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|But, I Don't WANT to Write an Outline!|
Outlines are time consuming, but when writing a longer story, they are very valuable.
|In the Merry Old Month of May!|
National Hamburger AND Blood Pressure Month? Who knew May had so much going for it?
|#5670:||Contests & Activities||spidey|
My day without the internet!
|Life is a Subway|
Study the characters that are all around you.
A great many Fantasy stories include descriptions of warfare and military exploits. Article by user, "norcp."
|Save The Cat, Kick A Puppy|
Defining your protagonist and antagonist by the actions they take.
|Don't Look Behind You!|
There is always something following you, right behind, just out of the corner of your eye.
|The Benefits of Authenticity|
When you know where you are going and what you are on about, the details you add help create a feeling of authenticity.
|#5669:||Noticing Newbies||Coursera Students 1933191|
|The Secret to Being a Successful Author|
What's the secret to being a good writer? Let's find out.
|#5675:||Poetry||Red Writing Hood|
|Epulaeryu – Poetry Food for Thought|
Epulaeryu – Poetry Food for Thought. A culinary crafting of words for the poetic palate.
|Technology and Communication|
How does technology influence how we communicate with the ones we love?
|Setting the Mood|
A writer reveals a setting by describing details of that time and place.The mood makes you feel as if you are there.
|With a Wink and a Smile|
How a bully helped me transform into who I am today
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