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Some of our homeschooling doesn’t look like “regular” schooling. Okay, most of it doesn’t look like it lol. That does not mean they are not learning, nor does it mean they a…
ENGLISH VOCABULARY: "on" versus "in". Certain vehicles / #transportation in the #English #language are said to be something you either get in or get on and are never changed. There are no rules for why it's #on or #in; they simply must be memorized. Here is a few common #vehicles & their matching #word... #grammar #ESL #bilingual #teacher #America

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the top 10 storytelling tips for writing an effective novel infographical poster
Eric Delcroix
Le Top 10 des erreurs dans le Storytelling #Storytelling via Top...
the ultimate guide to creating an info sheet for your website or email marketing campaign - info poster
7 Top Book Promotion Tips To Better Reach Your Readers | LitFire Publishing Blog
Don’t you want an attention-grabbing, thought provoking, emotionally stimulating book cover? Check out these easy, fail-safe ways to create book titles.
an info board with the words what really makes a good story? and icons on it
Storytelling: Racconta la tua azienda!
Storytelling #unstarvingartist
ten things to avoid when writing an article on the internet, including text and pictures
10 mistakes aspiring writers make:
Such wise and useful advice.
neil gaiman's eight rules of writing on a blackboard with green lettering
Neil Gaiman: 8 Rules of Writing
8. The main rule of writing is that if you do it with enough assurance and confidence, you’re allowed to do whatever you like. (That may be a rule for life as well as for writing. But it’s definitely true for writing.) So write your story as it needs to be written. Write it ­honestly, and tell it as best you can. I’m not sure that there are any other rules. Not ones that matter.
the content marketer's essential guide to the 21 types of content we all crave
UltraLinx
The 21 Types of Content We All Crave - what is the context of the content you publish to your audience?
an info sheet describing how to write a story
How to Write a Scene: Nailing Purpose and Structure | Now Novel
Infographic: 5 ways to begin a scene | Now Novel
five characters who should be in your story infographical poster - click to enlarge
8 ½ Character Archetypes You Should Be Writing
5 Characters Who Should Be in Your Story Infographic // I mostly like this, although I do rather object to the fact that the 'love interest' is the only female shown. :p
an info sheet describing how to create an epic character in the book, which includes information for
Start A Fire
How to Create an Epic Character for your novel: this infographic lays out nine foundation blocks to help you get to know your character on an entirely new level. Make sure to check out the workbook by clicking the pin if you want to delve into your character development in more detail! // Something Delicious
an info sheet with different types of writing and numbers on it, including the words
10 Dialogue Errors Writers Should Avoid At All Costs
10 Dialogue Errors Writers Should Avoid – Writers Write
an info sheet with the words female villaines and their meanings in purple on it
Warning: These 5 Points Will Help You Create Awesome Female Villains - Sacha Black
What is it about women that just isn’t scary? Perhaps it’s because women can represent motherhood and mothers are loving and caring. Or maybe it’s because we are (generally) smaller fra…
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How to Successfully Kill a Character: The Checklist
Have you wondered about killing off a character in your novel? Here's a checklist to figure it out.