5 Short Stories That Will Make You a Better Writer
I selected the five short stories below for their diversity in style and subject matter, but also because each one is a well-crafted story in its own right. If you own any modern short story collec…
Random Writing Tips (Book 2)
#3 in non-fiction. The first book is done at 200 parts and thanks to you it was pretty successful so I decided to go for another part to continue with the random tips, quotes and advices. hopefully, this will reach more and more writers and help many aspiring authors to improve their writing skills. ENJOY :)) **I DO NOT OWN THE COPYRIGHT TO THE MATERIALS PUBLISHED IN THIS BOOK. A big THANK YOU to @martaxSofia for making the pretty covers for the books. :)
How To Write Your Best Story Ever With One Epic Exercise - Jennifer Manuel
Learn this simple, centuries-old exercise. It will refine your style, develop your voice, and deepen your grasp of narrative structure. I guarantee it.
Why Every Writer Needs a Writer's Notebook - Between the Lines Editorial
A writer's notebook is the perfect place to keep your inspiration, ideas, notes, and references to anything else you need for your next project!
How to lengthen your novel using J.K. Rowling’s outline method
What if your novel is too short? Using Rowling’s outline method, you can identify and fill in the holes in your story.
Scene and Sequel: Making them work together - The Manuscript Shredder
Scene and sequel is a simple, yet powerful, formula that will help you create the lean, exciting plotlines readers crave. By mastering this technique, you can cut out all the dead weight and unlock your story’s true potential.
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The first part would be hardest for me considering how many times the sanctity and privacy of my journal has been brutally violated.
43 Words You Should Cut From Your Writing Immediately
Removing these useless words helps speed up the pacing of both action and dialogue, and makes your work more polished and professional.
The Magic of Getting Up Early and Writing 500 Words | Filling the Jars
If you're a writer or a blogger, you know how important it is to find time to write and keep the creativity flowing. Click through to read about rediscovering the magic of writing 500 words a day -- and how to find time to do it.
Perfecting the Resolution: The Story Structure Series Part Nine | The Novel Smithy
So, the Resolution forms your reader’s final thoughts on your story, but how? Well, through a combination of catharsis, world-building, characters, and theme. These elements work together to give your story a satisfying end, both for you and your audience
Story Writing Websites: 200 of the Best | Now Novel
How to write a book: practice your craft, find a writing community, seek help from a writing mentor and use these 151 must-visit websites for writers.
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How to Start a Writer's Notebook | Cole Smith Writes
If you want to keep better track of your ideas, or get serious about regular creative brainstorming sessions, here's how to start a writer's notebook:
How to Plot a Story: Understand Plotting, Conflict and Climax
How to Plot a Story: Understanding Plotting and Climax. Plotting a story can be tricky, but it's the difference between a poorly and a well developed story.