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Go Teen Writers: How to Develop Your Story Idea Into A List of Key Scenes - Part 1

How to Develop Your Story Idea Into A List of Key Scenes - Part 1 (essentially a loose plot outline)

Go Teen Writers: How to SHOW your story instead of telling it

Go Teen Writers: How to SHOW your story instead of telling it. Some great ideas/advice from a teen writer.

Writer Off The Leash: The Stages of Writing a Book

The stages don't end there, though. There's still publishing :P (Writer Off The Leash: The Stages of Writing a Book)

Writing inspiration for where to find story ideas so good they practically write themselves and a free eBook on what to do after you write a book.

Where to Find Story Ideas So Good, They Practically Write Themselves

How a map can save your story world - map cartography drawing illustration resource tool how to tutorial instructions | Create your own roleplaying game material w/ RPG Bard: www.rpgbard.com | Writing inspiration for Dungeons and Dragons DND D&D Pathfinder PFRPG Warhammer 40k Star Wars Shadowrun Call of Cthulhu Lord of the Rings LoTR + d20 fantasy science fiction scifi horror design | Not Trusty Sword art: click artwork for source

By Tineke Bryson, Staff In last week’s post we tackled the intimidation many of us feel about creating a map for our novels.) This week we focus on why we can.

Writing a fantasy novel - 34 must-visit websites for fantasy writers: world building, name generators, and more!

Writing a Fantasy Novel - Useful Resources

Writing a fantasy novel means paying attention to common elements of the fantasy genre, worldbuilding and more. Use these helpful fantasy writing resources.

I find a few of these helpful but the rest I completely disagree with. Nothing good ever comes from writing "the easy scenes" and then trying to piece them together and fill in the gaps. Trust me--I know.

Mentioned are 10 tips to overcome writers block. There are several techniques you will find helpful if you do have brief periods of not writing.

how to create tension in writing

How to Create Tension in Writing: 8 Tips

Learning how to create tension in writing is important whether you are a thriller or crime writer. Read more on writing a page-turning novel.

A professor at University taught me this. It might be annoying AF, but it's a great process.

I hand write all my first drafts and then re-write/edit wholly within the typing out of my second draft. Please excuse the swears

Infographic – 6 ways to bring setting to life via @NowNovel | #writing #writingtips #storytelling

Setting Infographic for Writers

The Writer's Journey Roadmap is a weekly prompt sent out by 7-time author Laura Davis. You can post your responses to the weekly prompts on the Roadmap blog, a free, lively, supportive online writing community. www.lauradavis.net/roadmap

The Writer's Journey Roadmap is a weekly prompt sent out by author Laura Davis.

This NaNoWriMo outline is your 30-day cheatsheet!  The research for these scenes is based on the common structural elements of Harry Potter, Twilight, and The Hunger Games.

#NaNoWriMo Outline: Your 30-Day Cheatsheet

This NaNoWriMo outline is your cheatsheet! The research for these scenes is based on the common structural elements of Harry Potter, Twilight, and The Hunger Games (not to mention The Hero's Journey).

Infographic: Guide To Using Pinterest for Writers. Ways you never thought of to write better and get readers using Pinterest.

Guide To Using Pinterest for Writers (Infographic

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Fiction Friday: 8 Things Writers Forget When Writing Fight Scenes

Laminated animal pictures to help students write facts, stories, opinions in dry erase marker ~ for practice in writing centers ~ 1st grade

Great Daily 5 or Writing Workshop activity. Laminated animal pictures to help students write facts, stories, opinions in dry erase marker ~ for practice in writing centers ~ grade

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