Story Maker

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two different ways to write an informative text in english and spanish, with the words reading as a reader what an interesting story
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Are you a reader or a writer? It's interesting what goes on in our head when we read a book isn't it?
the 7 basic plot types are shown in this graphic above it's title text
Top Pinterest Infographics for Writers and Authors - Julianne Berokoff
The 7 basic plot types, by Now Novel; Top Pinterest Infographics for Writers and Authors
a black and white poster with the words 8 rules for writing books
Darly❄️Jamison (@DarlyJamison) on X
I promised to put anxiety aside and write my heart out this weekend and I did (I even made it to Act 2)! And whenever those nasty insecurities crept in, I reread the eight rules for writing books. This quote never gets old! #MondayMotivation #WritingCommunity #WritersLifepic.twitter.com/VMnqO4lUKE
a poster with instructions on how to write a scene
Infographic: John August's 11-Step Guide to Writing a Scene
John August's 11-Step Guide to Writing a Scene - This is for screenwriters but still offers insight for novelists
the four elements of storytelling infographical poster with information about storytelling
The 4 Elements of Storytelling Infographic
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the top ten novel writing tips
How to Write a Book And Get it Published: A Beginner's Guide - Aha!NOW
Ten helpful novel-writing tips. (Just remember... rules may be broken if you can explain why you're breaking them!)
the character list for characters in shakespeare's play
Traits
writersrandomramblings: “ Character ”
the instructions for how to write a scene in 11 steps, with text overlay
How To Write A Scene
How to write a scene - Writers Write
the four steps to end your novel
The Word Riven: Photo
Resources, hints, tips and inspirations for writing
the steps to developing your story are shown in this graphic above it's title
How to Develop a Story: 10 Steps to a Winning Plot - Now Novel
How to develop a story: 10 steps to a winning plot