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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)

Writing Your Story // The Beginning

WRITING YOUR FIRST NOVEL PART 1: WHERE TO BEGIN

Writing your first sentence Writing your first novel First sentence tips Writing tips for your first novel

Go Teen Writers: How do you organize your story ideas?

Step One: Create ONE place to capture your "blips" of ideas. Step Three: Create a system for organizing works in progress (commonly known as WIPs).

If a little of the right kind of conflict is good for your story, then how much fun can you get out of doubling your story's conflict? The answer: oodles.

How to Double Your Story's Conflict in Seconds - Helping Writers Become Authors. Writing - Tips and Tricks.

Plot + Character = Theme Infographic. http://www.helpingwritersbecomeauthors.com/

Don’t Know Your Story’s Theme? Take a Look at Your Character’s Arc Plot + Character = Theme Infographic

You may use a revising checklist or an editing checklist to bring your story to fruition, but sometimes that's just not enough. Perhaps this particular story DOESN'T call for setting overload, or this particular story DOES call for characterization development. Every story is unique in its needs. The following five techniques will get you working with your story in the way revision was intended to be: a literal re-vision-ing of what your story is intended to be. They will get you thinking…

How to Find Your Story's Heart: 5 AWESOME Revision Techniques

You may use a revising checklist or an editing checklist to bring your story to fruition, but sometimes that's just not enough.

Great collection of resources, including short stories to teach literary elements, excellent literature to add to your curriculum, and ideas for helping your students to write stories themselves.

Short Story Resources For Teachers; great collection of resources, including short stories to teach literary elements, excellent literature to add to your curriculum, and ideas for helping students write stories themselves

Turns out maps are a more important than just a distracting exercise...

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.

Structuring Your Novel IPPY Award 165

Structuring Your Novel: Essential Keys for Writing an Outstanding Story (Helping Writers Become Authors Book

How to Rock Your Story's Tension. Make your Story Stand Out From the Crowd. From the How to Write a Story guide series on ShesNovel.com

How to Rock Your Story's Tension

4 Types of Villain – The Last One is Truly Scary Because He’s So Good

4 Types of Villain - The Last One is Truly Scary Because He's So Good

The Super-Secret Way to Create Suspense in Your Story - Helping Writers Become Authors

Degrees of different emotions

The second path to suspense in your story is dramatic irony. (Dramatic irony has always been my FAVORITE way to create suspense. It's more fun to write, and it prevents the reader from feeling tricked.

Go Teen Writers: How to SHOW your story instead of telling it<---- great tips!

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

Instead of saying, "Myrtle was SAD", say "Myrtle cried and cried and cried, she cried so much her eyes turned into raspberries and got eaten by a small brown bird".

Planning on writing the next great outdoor-focused novel? Never Name an Emotion in Your Story - Helping Writers Become Authors

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