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3 Simple Prewriting Strategies
Prewriting Strategies... lots of writing processes summed up.
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i need these for whenever i have writer's block and need to get my thoughts flowing.
the text on this phone says, i'm not going to know what it is
It’s okay.
Starter sentences
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Hehe my full name is Delaney and it's on there! :p
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Perfect, I love making lists!
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apparently you should actually only use 'said' but hey, you do it your way >.^
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(You don't have to do all of this at once to have a good chapter but it's important to know what elements will make a good chapter lol)
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Sometimes a sychological weakness can hurt others. I am currently writing a story where one of the characters has a psychological weakness that has caused him to hurt others in the past. There's nothing wrong with him morally, which is why he isolated himself in order to keep from hurting anyone else. His want. His Need however, is friendship.
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This actually helps a lot because I think people overuse descriptive writing sometimes
the latin phrase for latin phrases
Latin phrases everyone should know
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This is the best advice on writing dialogue I've seen tbh. Also short and easy to understand!
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Forgive the curse words, this is valuable.
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My personal favorite: have them die in a necessary danger that was created by the protagonist to eventually bring down the antagonist