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Photo about chapter one written by a type-writer. Image of idea, start, page - 2160734
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Photo about New Story Chapter One printed on a vintage typewriter. Image of progress, novel, share - 92865491
Hannah Day saved to Copy writing
Hyunjin : T'es beau tu sais 🙈 ---------- Jeongin : Faut que Chris il m'aime ---------- Changbin : Peut être bien... ---------- Minho : Han Jisung je t'aime ---------- Les âges seront modifiés mais l'ordre du plus âgé au plus jeune reste le même J'ai commencer cette histoire sur un coup de tête alors ne vous étonnez pas si elle n'est pas bien construite ou si elle n'est pas « de qualité ».
Dan saved to memes hehe >:)
How to write the first chapter of your novel? Use the 5 Essential Elements of Chapter One!. See bestseller & award-winner examples PLUS writing exercises.
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How can you write a successful opening chapter? Here are seven steps for writing the first chapter of your novel!
Wendy Young saved to Novel writing
The first chapter might be the most important chapter when writing a novel. Learn about the 5 elements crucial to chapter one! See how bestselling & award-winning novels handle chapter one. Plus, get exercises and prompts for aspiring authors!
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Liam Cross saved to Libraries
There’s something wrong with my opening chapter. I’ve edited it eight times, two of those were major overhauls, the rest tweaks. But still… just plain wrong, and the closer I get to the end of draft one (and I am real close now) the more preoccupied I become with the first chapter. I figured the […]
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Life is about balance - we need the darker moments to appreciate the happy ones, and vice versa. This idea is greatly reflected in the comics of Optipess, which has it built in the title that optimism and pessimism can coexist.
by Stephanie Morrill Stephanie writes young adult contemporary novels and is the creator of GoTeenWriters.com. Her novels include The Re...
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