Whether you're writing a script, speech or novel, the first question is the same: What's your story about? Take the following quiz to answer this question.
"Dialogue not only keeps young readers engrossed in the action, but also makes the page appear less formidable by breaking up the text." That's one of the tips from Tracey Dils, author of You Can Write Children's Books. Read more tips here.
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"Person" in writing refers to how the viewpoint character will tell the story (fiction or nonfiction). Your choice affects not only the reader's experience, but also how you go about telling your tale. Here are some thoughts on the topic of person from the study materials of "Getting Started in Writing," a workshop from...
What do we mean by description? Rebecca McClanahan dispels some myths about the uses and goals of description.
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Improve your writing and expand your network of writing friends by joining a critique group you can attend from the comfort of your home.
Is writing something you can't NOT do? If so, you're on the right track, as the case of writer Christine Byl