you need imagination to tell a story. And story telling is basically the ability or act of writing down or vocally relating your imagined or true story. Again, as children you probably did this with your friends. For example, girls do it with their doll houses and boys might do it with their toy trucks, etc.
Forming an image is a lot like painting, except the canvas is your mind.
There are a number of word processors out there. I am speaking primarily of Microsoft Word, but this information should be helpful elsewhere as well.
In Word Usage I touched on Spelling. I thought it wise to expand on the subject. Here are some thoughts.
In Word Usage I touched on Grammar. I thought it wise to expand on the subject. Here are some thoughts.
Word usage is an important but probably overlooked ingredient of a successful story.
What is Flow of the Story?
That is keeping the story moving chapter by chapter. Or keeping the reader’s interest throughout.
This is the second part of a two-part series. In Part 1 we looked at the advantages of writing a series. Today we look at the How.
New writers are often advised to write a series. The argument is you have a better marketing opportunity. If a reader likes one, he/she will likely buy the others. Is it true?
I write primarily either historical events and people or future events and people. But a case can be made for writing about current events. There are a lot of possibilities; here’s a few: