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Amazing for teaching creative writing! "Answer all these questions and you should have a fully-developed character for your audience to connect with. A strong character can carry a weak plot; but a strong plot can’t carry weak characters. Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing A Book, Writing Ideas, Essay Writing, Writing Images, Picture Writing Prompts, Pre Writing

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Answer all these questions and you should have a fully-developed character for your audience to connect with. A strong character can carry a weak plot; but a strong plot can’t carry weak characters

counter one of the most abused words in writing, Go Into The Story has put together 115 word alternatives to the active verb “walks.” Enrich your vocabulary with some more unusual synonyms to everyday words. Book Writing Tips, Writing Words, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing Prompts, Essay Writing, Writing Ideas

115 Words for “walks”

Movies are primarily a visual medium. Therefore as screenwriters, we need to think visually… and write visually. Take the verb “walks”: How about these instead: amble, shuffle, staggers, paces…

English essay describing person According to the Purdue Owl, a good descriptive essay includes clear and powerful language, sensory description, tone and agreement. Since an essay describing a. English Writing Skills, Book Writing Tips, Writing Words, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Ideas, Essay Writing, Creative Writing Inspiration, Creative Writing Tips

Words Commonly Used to Describe Sounds

Via Audra Wolowiec’s beautiful blog Lineforms. bang, bark, beep, bellow, blare, blast, bleat, bong, boom, bray, buzz, cackle, cheep, chime, clack, clank, clap, clatter, clink, cluck, clunk, c…

Hello Literacy: Oral Retelling: Story Map on Steroids Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Reading Comprehension, Comprehension Strategies, Reading Activities, Reading Tips, Reading Groups, Close Reading, Reading Books

Oral Retelling: The Big Secret

Oral Retelling Header Sometimes I feel like a broken record when it comes to the disconnect between comprehension strategy instruction and comprehension strategy assessment...why is it that we continue to model and teach before AND during reading strategies when teaching reading, yet continually assess children's comprehension AFTER only? I just don't get it! The EOG is a reading test where we ask students to read a passage and answer multiple choice questions after reading and a running…

Big List of Words to Describe Voice Quality and Tone. writing tips and inspiration. Writer Tips, Book Writing Tips, Writing Words, Writing Quotes, Fiction Writing, Writing Process, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills

Master List of Words to Describe Voices

Hey friends! A month or so ago, a reader named Katy told me that she was finding my book Master Lists for Writers “brilliant with helping me not overthinking about specifics.” Yay! She asked if I h…

How to Revise for Structure, Part Two Save the Cat + Story Engineering = The Frankenstein of story-structure-overview-planning-plotting-revising-analysis spreadsheets Book Writing Tips, Writing Words, Fiction Writing, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing Prompts, Writing Worksheets, Writing Resources, Planning Excel

How to Revise for Structure, Part Two

Last time, we discussed Blake Snyder’s Save the Cat craft book and how we can use his writing tools to revise our work. His beat sheet points out when story events (beats) should occur in a screenplay, and most of his advice applies to all forms of fiction writing. Whether we dig into the structure of our stories […]

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How to Use Index Cards to Outline Your Book

So, I haven’t posted in quite a while. I do have a few good reasons though. I’ve been busy with my photography blog, A Moment to Capture, posting photos and looking for opportunities to…

Writers Write creates writing resources and shares writing tips. In this post, we share 39 synonyms for run. Editing Writing, Writing Words, Writing Lessons, Writing Quotes, Fiction Writing, Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Help

39 Synonyms For Run

Writers Write creates writing resources and shares writing tips. In this post, we share 39 synonyms for run.

Nanowrimo worksheets makes today's Freebie Friday all about planning your Nanowrimo with style and speed. Grab our Nanowrimo worksheets and plot away! Writing Quotes, Fiction Writing, Writing Advice, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing A Book, Writing Worksheets, Writing Resources, National Novel Writing Month

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Nanowrimo worksheets makes today's Freebie Friday all about planning your Nanowrimo with style and speed. Grab our Nanowrimo worksheets and plot away!

How to Use the "Save the Cat" Beat Sheet for Revisions Writing Quotes, Fiction Writing, Writing Advice, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing A Book, English Writing, Writing Ideas, Pulp Fiction

How to Use the "Save the Cat" Beat Sheet for Revisions

Before I start, thank you to everyone who commented, tweeted, and emailed me with support after my last post about losing my cat. You all have filled me with virtual hugs and put a smile on my face. Thank you. *hugs back* In fact, after writing that post and reading your notes, I was feeling good […]

FREE Character Notebooking Pages for Middle School 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Middle School English, Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Classes, Teaching Literature, Teaching Writing, Homeschool Curriculum

Character Notebooking Pages

A notetaking page outlining the different types of characters -- protagonist, antagonist, major, minor, flat, round, static, and dynamic. Use this free printable for defining the types of characters or for listing such characters from a work of fiction.

Your Character's Arc in the Third Plot Point -- Helping Authors Become Writers Fiction Writing, Writing Advice, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing A Book, Writing Prompts, Writing Ideas, Plot Outline, A Writer's Life

Creating Stunning Character Arcs, Pt. 12: The Third Plot Point - Helping Writers Become Authors

If you had pick the single most important moment in characters arcs, what would it be? The Third Plot Point, you say? Well, you’d be right.

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