Writing

For fellow aspiring screenwriters: How To Write A Scene In 11 Steps

How to Write a Scene in 11 Steps. The best one is the last: repeat 200 times. What writer doesn't do that anyways?

Descriptive feelings

Emotions Circle Chart: broken down into smaller and more specific word groupings by category of emotion type. Great tool for growing the vocabulary when needing more descriptive words. Useful for psych stuff

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Tastes / Aromas

The coffee tasting wheel can be helpful when describing a coffees flavor and aroma. This is the standard go to table for anyone in the coffee industry looking for some word guidance.

A useful cut-out and keep for writers – words that describe someone's voice via @Writers_Artists #amwriting pic.twitter.com/PxFP7z5DPU

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Body Language - Eyes - Writers Write

Body Language - Psychology of eye movements. Not sure if it's true but I'll be observing eyes lol

Go Teen Writers: How to Write Your Character's Thoughts

Go Teen Writers: How to Write Your Character's Thoughts This could be a really good place for insights on creative writing

Plot and structure are like gravity. You can work with them or you can fight against them, but either way they’re as real as a the keyboard at your fingertips. Getting a solid grasp on the foundations of plot and structure, and learning to work in harmony with these principles, will take your stories to the next level.

A Writer's Cheatsheet to Plot and Structure

Plot and structure are like gravity. You can work with them or you can fight against them, but either way they’re as real as a the keyboard at your fingertips. Getting a solid grasp on the foundations of plot and structure, and learning to work in harmon

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