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Natasha Lester Author uses a monthly planning calendar to help her fit in her writing time.

How to Fit Writing Into Your Life: 6 Tips Based on My Writing Process

How to Fit Writing Into Your Life: 6 Tips Based on My Writing Process - Natasha Lester, Author

How I Plan a Book, Part 2: Before I Start Drafting

How I Plan a Book, Part Before I Start Drafting (including a cool tip for using Wikipedia)

"How to write a good story or book, excuse the set but not the tip!~Kylie" by tip-queens1 ❤ liked on Polyvore

How to write a good story or book, excuse the set but not the tip!

scrapbook of writing resources

reflectionofthemind: “ Warning: You may encounter some opinions. Writing Myth: You have to start your story off in the middle of the action, or “In medias res”. It is said (as I have heard fro

Probably true.....

you write because you need to write, pr because you hope someone will listen or because writing will mend something broken inside you or bring something back to life Joanne Harris

https://gumroad.com/l/storybinder

Story Binder

Keep all of your story's info organized so you can spend more time writing and less time hunting down your notes!

Writing Worksheet Wednesday: Make Trouble | e.a. deverell: creative writing blog

Make Trouble (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

The One Page Novel Plot Formula | via ✍ Lady Writer

memo to self: I can't read as screenshot, put print as PDF again, can't find where I put it.The One Page Novel Plot Formula - spreadsheet + Scrivener template

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I think is true for both books and screen. The writing in a film should be just as vivid and concise as any novel. You can see the rain on screen, but if the mood isn't there, if the characters aren't right, it's just rain. the sensation in writing

How to Write a Story a Week

How to Write a Story a Week: A Day-by-Day Guide

There are nine senses, not five! Learn what they are, and how they can help your writing! #thewritersaurus #amwriting #NaNoWriMo

Most writers know they need to write with the 5 senses defined by Aristotle - but there are actually 9 senses? Here are tips for writing with the 9 senses.

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