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cognac69, in Writing Tips. 08/26/2018 (Updated: 08/26/2018)
A response to Prompt #694 - Creative
Tag - First Line, I'm tired of this, so I'm going home!
It prompted me to think of an event in my past and decided to share, maybe give you something to think about.
It's reasonably accurate and factual.
Winged_Wolf, in Writing Tips. 04/24/2018 (Updated: 04/24/2018)
worksheets and tips that i find are helpful for when i am working. you are more than welcome to copy and use for yourself!
BHopper2, in Writing Tips. 12/14/2017 (Updated: 12/14/2017)
An article discussing how using Role-Playing Games to help craft better stories.
Mikiesboy, in Writing Tips. 12/09/2017 (Updated: 12/09/2017)
Why research can make a difference to your story.
Libby Drew, in Writing Tips. 01/20/2012 (Updated: 01/20/2012)
The Writer's Life: A (mercifully) short piece on the evolution of storytelling.
Lugh, in Writing Tips. 01/01/2012 (Updated: 01/01/2012)
The easiest way I've found to brainstorm alone.
A very simple plotting method that works for me.
A little essay on how I deal with the muse and elusive plots.
Libby Drew, in Writing Tips. 12/23/2011 (Updated: 12/23/2011)
An article discussing a story's first round of edits.
sat8997, in Writing Tips. 02/06/2011 (Updated: 02/06/2011)
Comicality, in Writing Tips. 01/30/2011 (Updated: 01/30/2011)
Some possible methods that can be used to get around writer's block, and get back to finishing the stories you're working on
Discussing the positive and negative effects of hearing from tough critics on your work, and how to better use it to your advantage
An article discussing the fear and doubt in starting your own story, and finding a way to get past it to get those initial ideas out on paper
Talking about the actual words used to describe sexual situations, from the innocent to the extremely vulgar, and the impact they can have on your story
An article talking about the importance of reader feedback in online fiction, and how just a few words to an author can keep them going strong