“Touchy Feely Words” – How to Make a Difference With Words – Writers Resources
Every now and then I like to create another writing aid to pin to my writers pin board. These types of printables help me to access those parts of my brain that have been turned to mush during Nanowrimo. Use your senses when you write. Click on the image to download a PDF printable of ‘Touchy Feely’ words to pin to your inspiration board.
NEW Language Arts Educational POSTER - Other Ways To Say... - Synonyms
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On Writing Characters in a Novel and Making Sure Readers Care About Them - Natasha Lester, Author
Tips on how to make sure you're writing characters in a novel that readers care about, and what to be with till the end of their journey.
One of the most boring and banned words in classrooms is ‘went.’ There are SO many synonyms that you’re simply trying at all if you stick with the word ‘went.’ Lucky for you, there’s hundreds (literally) of other ways to express yourself using the English language.
How to Describe a Character's Looks Well
Dynamic, well-rounded characters hook readers and drive the plot of your story. However, describing your character well can be a challenge. With a little extra work, you can ensure your descriptions will engage your reader. Start by...
Writing prompts to help inspire your writing, break through writer’s block, or give you a place to start whenever you need a story idea. There are 199 writing starters below and most of them …
Stressed-Out Characters – Just the Way We Want Them--Guest Post by Diane Krause
by Diane Krause,@ DianeKrause2 In addition to writing and editing, one of my other interests is human behavior and personality type...