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Château de Montmirail, Marne by Renaud Camus. Oh how this stirs my writer's imagination.

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Map Your Imagination

surprising parent/child activity: create a map of your child's imaginary world

I wanna do this with all my major settings, honestly.

Writing Prompt: What is the backstory for this amazing little place?

We all know those tired clichés. It’s time to kill them. Take one of them and turn them on their heads or at least these will hopefully keep the errors out of your writing. If you think of any other way to change them up go right ahead. Happy...

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The Plot, the Setting, the Characters Story Elements

Teach Story Elements: Do you recognize Henrietta? She lives in the book 'The Plot Chickens' by Mary Jane and Herm Auch. It’s a hilarious read with fiction writing elements every writer must use – young or old! 'The Plot Chickens' teaches literary elements which are found in all fiction books.

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Young vampire.

Being a vampire is a pretty good deal- unless you get turned as a child like me...sure I look ten but I'm over a thousand years old. The saddest part? I can't buy anything by myself!

The Infamous Robert McKee: STORY Seminar in London - Sunni Brown

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Creative Writer Worksheets: Personal Archetypes

Archetypes