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Chirp and Chatter: Guest Author: Judythe Morgan

Listening to Plot Ideas People love to share their plot ideas once they find out you are an author.

Go Teen Writers: How to Develop Your Story Idea Into A List of Key Scenes - Part 1

Go Teen Writers: How to Develop Your Story Idea Into A List of Key Scenes - Part 1 Not perfect, but still some good ideas for scenes you could include.

Incorporate writing into your schedule and WRITE! -  "Weekly Writing Plan to Strengthen Your Writing Muscles"

Weekly Writing Plan from ezine

Incorporate writing into your schedule and WRITE! - "Weekly Writing Plan to Strengthen Your Writing Muscles".

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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

Put the feisty into your characters. Make them tenacious. Give them a bone to pick or a mystery to solve and let a character go until they get what they came for.

By Janice Hardy, Last week I shared some great plotting tips from Southpark creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone .

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Inspiring Couple: Meghan Flynn & Jonathan Levitt

Plant an edible forest garden. Make your garden more productive by exploring forest gardening. You can learn how to mimic a natural forest, and create a productive fusion of garden, orchard and woodland.

When the evening news is overwhelming, when injustice reigns and life reads like conflict straight out of a history book, how do we find the mental and emotional space to write?

When the evening news is overwhelming, when injustice reigns and life reads like conflict straight out of a history book, how do we find the mental and emotional space to write?

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