Writing A Book? – How To, Or Maybe How Not
It is not always wise to take on too much at one time. Being semi retired and having my designed computer program encoded…
A Barrage Of Communication Corruption – Message
What is all the Cods-wallop received by email, written on Face Book and cell phone message, all about? Corruption,…
Coping With Reality
Remains from the dark ages Is it not a fact, the more education one had in ones life, especially in natural science,…
Writing Articles Of Humour – How Easy is It?
Is it easy to write humour articles? What is humour? Described by the dictionary “A message whose ingenuity or verbal…
Is Funny You Should Ask!
Some of my friends wonder why Am I writing a book. It most be hard for them to imagine me doing more work that I am…
A Template for Coming Up With Stories
I recently came across a website that generated story ideas on the fly. I mean literally, you just clicked the button…
Creative Writing Articles (181)
WRITING ROMANCE
Writing romance--is there a formula? The key elements neccessary to write a romance that sells
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Feb 03, 2011  
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Published Young Authors On The Rise
So a 12-year old kid just won a short story competition. Jake Tomlinson's The Cannibal's Kitchen was, as the judges say, "a very clever tale with an unexpected twist at the end". Oh, "and rather gruesome too.” He beat out a slew of other competitors with just as much talent…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Sep 26, 2012  
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Ebooks Can Make You Money… Even When You Are Giving Them Away For Free!
It was in 2010 that digital books started outselling their hard cover versions on Amazon. In this age of digital content, it is important that your brand is always ready and poised to offer interesting and engaging content to your prospects in a variety of ways. EBooks are a very…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Jan 21, 2016  
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Writer’s Rules
I write mostly about myself. Perhaps all writers do—all writers have a style—perhaps that style comes from each person’s struggle to entertain others while still speaking mostly about him/her-self. I could be wrong. I could be an extremely self-centered person, and all other writers are naturally more self-effacing than the…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Oct 19, 2011  
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Coping With Reality
Remains from the dark ages Is it not a fact, the more education one had in ones life, especially in natural science, the less likely one is to hold irrational ideas, especially religious ones? I noticed some high quality contributions with a number of substantive arguments to prove my point.…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Jul 04, 2014  
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Run Down, The Book Of Me! The Year Of the Cat is Why I Write!
While I wonder about why I write, I think about the lyrics of an old song..!. A woman comes out of the sun wearing a silk dress running like a watercolour in the rain....This days she says, I feel my life just like a river running through...the year of the…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   May 09, 2012  
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Why Do People Shun on Others
Why do people still shun on others? from my experience I dislike when others make fun of others, It is a disrespectful thing to do to others when they are harmful. there is no need to have a grief on others when all they do is help others when they…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Apr 02, 2015  
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Academic Writing; Made Easy Tips
Amid your research procedure, you'd most likely have added to this treatment arrangement further as you adapted more information on your current subject. When you have finished your scientific journals, and before notwithstanding considering written work your current first nil draft, you ought to reevaluate your current paper approach and…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Jul 11, 2015  
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A Template for Coming Up With Stories
I recently came across a website that generated story ideas on the fly. I mean literally, you just clicked the button and it came up with something for you to work with. Here's an example: The story starts when a spaceship lands in New York. Another character is an FBI…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Dec 04, 2012  
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A Barrage Of Communication Corruption – Message Received!
What is all the Cods-wallop received by email, written on Face Book and cell phone message, all about? Corruption, gullibility, boredom, or am I missing something, am I stupid, or for that matter, just down right ignorant? Is this how the rest of the world perceives me? Purchasing products of…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Mar 16, 2012  
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Five Important Rules Of Assignment Writing
Assignment writing has significant importance in a student’s life. After great labor and tiring study this moment comes. Every student is almost completely prepared to cope with this task. Obviously, they have written down every word of the given lectures and they have practiced writing many times. However, if they…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Feb 03, 2015  
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Witty Expressions! Light Reading
As you must know by now, when the weekend approaches I get a little flamboyant, and let my guard down just enough to bring a smile. There is no greater joy than when one turns silly, and do not mind showing it. I had this memory yesterday, June thirteenth about…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Jun 14, 2012  
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Electrical Remodel Project: My Old Ranch House & My Old Brain, Part 2
After thirty years of working hard for the almighty dollar, times began to change. I wasn't excited as I once was about going to work each day. The economy and technology had evolved into something I was not prepared for. New devices such as cell phones, computers, laptops, and the…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Aug 24, 2012  
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Edith Brooks Learns to Love Computers
Early one Tuesday morning, 50-year-old Edith Brooks awoke with a smile on her face, thinking of the children's book she was writing. She was currently on page five, and she was aiming for a ten-page book. She was eager to finish it and send it off to a publisher. She…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Nov 22, 2015  
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Life Is An Adventure
Life is a long journey. Since we were born until today and nobody knows how long we can still breathe the air. That's true, our lives are only limited by age. For us who believe in God then I do not need to convince you that God may take our…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Jun 26, 2011  
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Startling Events Can Affect One's Life In Unexpected Ways
Life can present you with some real surprises when you least expect anything to happen. These occurrences let you discover who you are based on your response to the situation. They stand out in one’s mind. I’m sharing one with fellow writers because our job is to offer new and…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Dec 05, 2013  
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What is required for Creative Writing
What's required for creative writing? A simple answer, an architect, a builder, a cleaner and a gardener. A chef, assistant cooks, waiters, bus-boys and bottle washers. For good creative writing, an author capable of doing all the work. An architect needs a vision, an idea and the ability to see…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Apr 22, 2012  
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Hailey Gets Even
Twelve-year-old Hailey Campbell was in a predicament--the same predicament that she had been in for what seemed like her entire life. Her younger sister, Allison, had won the Scripps National Spelling Bee last year. With this win had come publicity. Hailey remembered the day the reporter came to the Campbell…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Mar 16, 2015  
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Genesis Celebrates Being Named Valedictorian
It was one week before high school graduation, senior finals were over, and graduating senior Genesis Mitchell felt like celebrating. Celebrating is normal when seniors prepare to graduate and go on to the next chapter in their lives, but Genesis had a reason to celebrate. She recently learned that she…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   May 15, 2015  
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How to Outline Your Novel Using MS Excel Before And While Writing
When writing your novel, many books talk about the two types of writers, the seat of the pants writer, and the organized, plotting every scene before writing the novel. I have found that I do some of both. A novel has two control strands, one for the novel plot, and…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Oct 29, 2012  
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The Lie
"I'd love to come to your Mary Kay party," Allegra Lewis, 23, said into her flip phone one sunny Saturday late in May, "but my family just showed up. They're being cool and taking me out for a day of fun." She was talking to her co-worker Andrea, who had…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   May 28, 2016  
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Survey Of Personal Writing Categories
Writers who pursue writing as a career tend to start writing, beyond what is required for the grade school through high school coursework, because they enjoy the activity. They enjoy playing with words, and imagining characters, or writing poetic verse. Sometimes a writer may discover she enjoys writing because she…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Feb 10, 2012  
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The Assignment
My name is Willow Thompson. I am 13 years old. Like most kids my age, I like to have fun, which is why homework was the last thing I wanted to do the night of December 1st. I could think of a couple of things that I would rather have…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Dec 09, 2014  
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Murder Of the Soul
From the view of my window I can see the eagles roosting on the tall and dead tree up above the property where I live. I take my binoculars and make a mental note of the spots on the tree he or she usually rests on. On sunny days it…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Jun 05, 2012  
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Wip: Getting A Work In Progress From Brain to Computer Screen Without Killing, Screaming Or Running Naked Into the Night
For a writer, a work in progress (WIP) is like a baby. It needs to be protected and nurtured, sometimes nearly viciously so. If you know a writer, even if they otherwise share your bed or are your best friend since grade school keep this in mind: you do not…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Aug 10, 2012  
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The Call I'll Never Forget
It was 2:00 on a Tuesday morning in early October, and I was sleeping peacefully beside my husband Connor. I was having a dream in which my grandparents stopped by, and they decided to take us out to eat. We went to Shoney's, where we had a tasty breakfast and…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Oct 07, 2015  
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Short Love Poems
Love poems are cute to give or say to someone you love dearly. Many search online for "quotes" or "short poems" even sms text messages. But what if you was to try coming up with them all on your own. May not be a easy task and your head might…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Apr 26, 2013  
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Article Writing – An Exercise In Psychiatric Examination?
Writing articles for some, a line of thought or modicum of sensibility, others a definite direction on a chosen subject, serious to “tongue-in-cheek” but all articles give an insight into the author. The sharing of an article, written on this medium, an insight into the mind and heart of every…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Apr 04, 2012  
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Law Assignment Writing, Do You Know Yourself?
Assignment writing service, law assignment help and law assignment writing have become an essential part of a university student. Clearly, law assignment writing is not simple like other types of assignment. Definitely, you must have good writing skills to accomplish this most difficult task. Moreover, only study is not sufficient…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Feb 11, 2015  
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The One Thing Every Writer Has Experienced Before
Writer's block. Oh. My. Gawd. You open the word editor, place your fingers on the keyboard, and suddenly the despair sinks in. You can't visualize the story. You can't formulate the right words. There's this thick wad of ephemeral nothingness just sitting there, preventing the flow of words that you…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   Sep 29, 2012  
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Exhibit A: The king beckoned the prince forward. The boy lunged, and they began to dance around the…
Kids who write / Juvenile authors Kids as Authors Do you know any kids who aspire to be authors or…
WHEN I’M A SHADOW Is this a myth or true? Does he take the life out of me, And render my body a…
When you've been writing for a long time, you'll know that there is a wealth of information available…
What statements need be used to make breastfeeding moms look more human? I started this article without…
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