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7 Steps to Creating a Flexible Outline for Any Story

Let’s take a look at how to get the most out of the outlining process, beginning with the shaping of your premise and working all the way through to a complete list of scenes. 12 more words

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NaNoWriMo 2016: Day 2-The Dreaded Outline

Those who have followed my writing journey for a while know my extreme LOATHING for story outlines. Yes, they’re incredibly helpful, but my brain just isn’t wired to write following an outline. 233 more words

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Story Brainstorming Worksheet

Today is the first day of NaNoWriMo and I’ve already managed to get my 1,667 words in for the day.  I hope that all of you are making great progress as well.   377 more words

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Element One: A Captivating Plot

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Today we are going to focus on how to develop a truly mind-blowing plot.

There are so many sources on the internet and in various print resources that it’s hard to know exactly how to lay out your story. 1,005 more words

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The Setting of a Novel

The setting of your novel is a critical element that needs careful consideration and planning. It is the backdrop to your story, and requires as much thought as you give to the characters and storyline. 945 more words

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Fiction Genres

Defining Genres

Fiction is normally divided into a range of categories that are referred to as genres. It will be the first way for readers and publishers to judge your novel, and every writer needs to select the genre of their own work. 1,061 more words

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The Role of Chapters

Chapters are a wonderful invention that help to compartmentalise a novel, breaking it up into sections that are easily read in one sitting. 1,045 more words

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