My First Story Writing Book

A simple book which could help emerging, young child-writers at the beginning of their creative journeys.This three-level blank creative resource comes with over 100 pages of writing space in which to create prose or poetry and ...

Author: R. Bristow

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781721621132


Page: 124

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A simple book which could help emerging, young child-writers at the beginning of their creative journeys. This three-level blank creative resource comes with over 100 pages of writing space in which to create prose or poetry and illustrations. There are some links to sites to help parents/carers get ideas to support their child.

Write Your Own Story Book

Have you ever wanted to write a story but wondered where to start? The Write your own story book is here to help.

Author: Louie Stowell

Publisher: Usborne Books

ISBN: 9781409523352

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 96

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Suitable for aspiring young writers, this activity book is full of hints, tips and handy tasks for writing stories. It includes writing tips, techniques and methods to make every story a masterpiece, with helpful activities on coming up with ideas, writing from different points of view, and creating characters, settings and story lines.

The Crime Interviews Volume One

Somewhere, in a box, there might be that first story ... I started writing books in my early twenties, and I've written quite a few that haven't been ...

Author: Len Wanner

Publisher: Blasted Heath Ltd

ISBN: 1908688203

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 300

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If you're interested in learning about how to write, how to be a writer, or about the writing life in general, what greater resource and pleasure than frank, in-depth interviews with best-selling authors? In The Crime Interviews Volume One, Len Wanner interviews: Ian Rankin• Stuart MacBride• Karen Campbell• Neil Forsyth• Chris Brookmyre• Paul Johnston• Alice Thompson• Allan Guthrie• Louise Welsh So much more than a collection of writing tips, The Crime Interviews Volume One is brimming with pithy, witty and sometimes just plain weird revelations. It provides a unique and unforgettable insight into how authors think... and how they write. See also The Crime Interviews Volume Two and Volume Three. [Two Ravens Press published a previous edition of this book in 2011 under the title Dead Sharp: Scottish Crime Writers On Country And Craft] What they're saying.... This is fascinating reading and a real treat. A rare insight into the minds of a diverse group of crime writers, writing in one genre, living in proximity, but all with utterly different, individual voices."•-Peter James, author of Dead Like You "Len Wanner is the perfect interrogator, subtle, accommodating and incisive, and these interviews elicit many layers of deep, dark and vital intelligence."•-John Banville, author of The Sea•

Write Your Own Adventure Story

Write another story Perhaps while you were writing the first story , some new ideas ... If so , go back to the start of this book and repeat some of the ...


Publisher: Capstone

ISBN: 9780756516383

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 64

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Guide to writing adventure stories with tips on creating believable characters and plots, using dialogue, and overcoming writer's block.

My First Piano Adventure Writing Book C

Tell a musical story with your teacher. 1. First, play the THEME. Pretend the goose has just eaten Aunt Rhodie's fresh bread! Goose Adventure Theme and ...


Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation

ISBN: 1616778962

Category: Music

Page: 64

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(Faber Piano Adventures ). Writing Book C (the companion book for Lesson Book C) provides 64 colorful, fun-filled pages of writing, ear-training, and "CLAP for Sightreading" activities. A focus on reading skips leads students to cross bridges, connect flags, meet a mouse, and skip to deep-sea treasures, to name just a few! Writing Book C engages children in the lives and melodies of classical composers introduced in the Lesson Book C. Take part in Haydn's Fun Facts and Game, make after-dinner music with Mozart, tap Beethoven's rhythms, and help Tchaikovsky tell the story of a doll with a broken arm. The valuable educational activities and vibrant illustrations of My First Piano Adventure are sure to delight the young beginner and teacher.


FREDEDWARDS KABOGOZA MY FIRST LOVE STORY LOVE STORIES WHICH LADY ON EARTH ... me a good advice of writing books and the books which I could be able to write ...

Author: Fred Kabogoza


ISBN: 1304102734



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Science Fiction Voices 5

I bought my first typewriter in 1931 , for the single purpose of writing great , thrilling science ... I do far better books than I do short stories .

Author: Darrell Schweitzer


ISBN: 9780893701512

Category: Authors, American

Page: 64

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The Random Rhymes of Inspiration

After writing a few more stories I then began some basic college studies and I laid my book aside. One early morning before my eyes were awakened, ...

Author: Jennifer Miller

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 1449758258

Category: Poetry

Page: 64

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This is a book of many different stories, filled with life situations that many people go through. Some are tough situations that I myself have been through. All are written in rhyme, to inspire people to stand strong, hold to their faith in Christ, not looking back but to continue moving forward.

Slash and Burn

I couldn't remember a time when I didn't want to write books. I wrote my first story, a Nancy Drew ripoff called Tiffany Lane and the Secret of Hartwood ...

Author: Valerie Bronwyn

Publisher: Bold Strokes Books Inc

ISBN: 1626390231

Category: Fiction

Page: 220

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The Angels and Demons Literary Weekend brings former New Orleans resident Winter Lovelace back to town from her gig as writer-in-residence at a prestigious women's college in upstate New York. Winter desperately needs a break from the book she is struggling to finish, and hopes that this weekend will inspire her and trigger her creativity. But while waiting for a friend in a hotel courtyard, a body lands at her feet, and Winter is dragged into a baffling mystery quite against her will. The victim is a notorious m/m romanceî author who is also a homophobe, and the list of people who wanted her dead is quite extensive. Winter herself is considered a suspect! To make matters worse, Winter's ex shows up to cover the story for a local news stationƒan ex Winter had hoped she'd never see again.

INSPIRING LEGENDS Real Life Inspirational Stories Book 1

"Writing's still the most difficult job I've ever had - but it's worth it. ... "I seriously doubt I would ever have written the first story had I not been a ...

Author: Stan Barren



Category: Self-Help

Page: 76

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Do you think that you are stuck while chasing the dream of your life and need the start to do the things that you always want to do? Don’t worry! This book has a plenty of inspiration & motivation for you. Read the 40 real life inspirational & motivational stories of popular & famous people around the world and get inspired & motivated to chase your dream and start doing the things that you always want to do. This is the first book from the series Real Life Inspirational Stories where you will find inspirational stories of famous people like Abraham Lincoln, Albert Einstein, Anne Frank, Aung San Suu Kyi, Charles Darwin, Claude Monet, Conan O'Brien, Daniel Craig, Dick Cheney, Djimon Hounsou, Ella Fitzgerald, Eminem, Halle Berry, Harry Houdini, Harry Truman, Hilary Swank, Jerry Seinfeld, Jim Carrey, John Grisham, Lady Gaga, Leonardo Da Vinci, Lionel Messi, Lisa Kudrow, Lucille Ball, Mahatma Gandhi, Marilyn Monroe, Martin Luther King, Michael Oher, Oliver Stone, Pope Francis, Richard Branson, Socrates, Stephen King, Steve Jobs, Susan B. Anthony, Swami Vivekananda, Thomas Edison, Tina Fey, Vincent Van Gogh, Warren Buffet. Our mission is to inspire & motivate everyone to find their real value to the life and make the best out of it to change the world into better place. If you are a person who struggles in life with facing problems, setbacks and don’t find the right motivation to do things the way you wanted to be, also you have tried everything that gives you the motivation but doesn’t last long then you need to ask yourself one question. Are you giving up on your dreams of your life? Your positive answer depends on how motivated you are. The biggest problem for everyone is to stay motivated all the time and get what they want. When you start living in fear and being the victim of what life gives you, the frustration starts to make you to give up on everything, the aspiration that you seek in life seems impossible most of the times. Ignoring this problem only make it worse and put you at risk of living an ordinary and suffered life. Your dreams will never become true. I know how you feel but I found a way out and I can show you how to overcome this. I went through very tough situations in my life, I was homeless, broke and frightened. Getting the right Motivation was never easy, but I found a way to deal with it and get what I want. Just look at the results of what I have generated for myself. I have been able to do the things that I would not have imagined. Today, I have a successful life, because I am doing what I always wanted to do. I like to inspire other people and help them to approach their dreams. I am motivational speaker and writer. I have written motivational books, also speaks at schools and events as a motivational speaker. After reading my books and listening to my speeches others have responded that their life is now much more meaningful. Imagine what it will feel like to live your dream. Every day you able to do what you love. Stay motivated and strong in tough times. Isn’t it great? Here’s what you get from me is a gold mine of inspiration. I have written some amazing motivational books like this one. Staying motivated is your goal and it is served and I promise that these books will become your source of inspiration. What are you waiting for? Go and get your copy to start reading these amazing inspirational stories.

My Reflexions

On the Events that Triggered me to Write Dilip V Subhedar ... I wrote my first story book, My Two Worlds (Rawat Media Private Limited, Ahmedabad), ...

Author: Dilip V Subhedar

Publisher: Educreation Publishing



Page: 205

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My Reflexions is a story book containing 19 stories written by a retired engineering professional. According to the author, barring two stories, Angkor Wat – A Travelogue and Priyesh Menon – An Obituary, all stories are a work of fiction. Each story was a result of the author hearing an event reported in news in the print or TV or Internet or social media or even in his own life that suddenly triggered him to think differently. When the author looked at the event from various angles and reflected on it a new story was born. The seven stories from this book - The Clone, The Missing Week, The Carrier, The Underworld, The Space Twins, The Invasion and Journey of a Soul are classic science fictions and show author's love and his exposure to India's Space Program during his long service in the Research Laboratory under Dept. of Space. The author has succeeded in dealing with the complex plots in all these stories in a remarkably free flowing language and tries to search his own answers and solutions to many questions the modern science has failed to answer, so far. The Thread and The Obsession deal with the intricate and complex human relationships in the family life in our society today. All the remaining eight stories are based on the socio-political atmosphere prevailing in the country. They are thoroughly enjoyable due to the element of subtle humor in their narration and do not intend to hurt anybody's feelings.

Writing Children s Fiction

A Writers' and Artists' Companion Linda Newbery, Yvonne Coppard ... My very first story, Tea at Mrs Manderby's, was 2,500 words long and meant for newly ...

Author: Linda Newbery

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 1472535332

Category: Reference

Page: 272

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Full of both inspirational and practical advice, Writing Children's Fiction: A Writers' and Artists' Companion is an essential guide to writing for some of the most difficult and demanding readers of all: children and young people. Part 1 explores the nature, history and challenges of children's literature, and the amazing variety of genres available for children from those learning to read to young adults. Part 2 includes tips by such bestselling authors as David Almond, Malorie Blackman, Meg Rosoff and Michael Morpurgo. Part 3 contains practical advice - from shaping plots and creating characters to knowing your readers, handling difficult subjects and how to find an agent and publisher when your book or story is complete.


What factors motivated you to write stories and in particular stories for ... I had my first book entitled It Is Time for Stories , published in 1973 .




Category: Children's literature


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The Storymakers

Writing Children's Books : 83 Authors Talk about Their Work ... How I work “ I just keep telling stories and see My first book ( and how it which ones turn ...


Publisher: Pembroke Publishers Limited

ISBN: 9781551381084

Category: Education

Page: 176

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Profiles of over eighty Canadian children's book authors include information on education, family, childhood, influences, creative ideas, and advice for future authors.

Conflicting Stories

Placed at the front of the book, this writing within the writing in Sui Sin Far's text ... Clearly this letter, appearing in the volume's initial story, ...

Author: Elizabeth Ammons

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780195359817

Category: Literary Criticism


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The early 1890s through the late 1920s saw an explosion in serious long fiction by women in the United States. Considering a wide range of authors--African American, Asian American, white American, and Native American--this book looks at the work of seventeen writers from that period: Frances Ellen Harper, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Sarah Orne Jewett, Alice Dunbar-Nelson, Kate Chopin, Pauline Hopkins, Gertrude Stein, Mary Austin, Sui Sin Far, Willa Cather, Humishuma, Jessie Fauset, Edith Wharton, Ellen Glasgow, Anzia Yezierska, Edith Summers Kelley, and Nella Larsen. The discussion focuses on the differences in their work and the similarities that unite them, particularly their determination to experiment with narrative form as they explored and voiced issues of power for women. Analyzing the historical context that both enabled and limited American women writers at the turn of the century, Ammons provides detailed readings of many texts and offers extensive commentary on the interaction between race and gender. This book joins the deepening discussion of modern women writers' creation of themselves as artists and raises fundamental questions about the shape of American literary history as it has been constructed in the academy.

My First Book

It must have been vague, for I had never thought of the subject before. 'Well,' said he, 'what would you think of trying to write a story?

Author: Various

Publisher: Prabhat Prakashan


Category: Fiction


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The Continuum Encyclopedia of Children s Literature

H. found herself listening to and enjoying her mother's stories of history , legend ... H. began writing full - time in 1967 ; her first book , Cecily , a ...

Author: Bernice E. Cullinan

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9780826417787

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 863

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Provides articles covering children's literature from around the world as well as biographical and critical reviews of authors including Avi, C.S. Lewis, J.K. Rowling, and Anno Mitsumasa.

Read My Shorts

... I never dreamed in a hundred years that it would lead to me writing and putting together a full blown book! My first story, Tales of a Green Horn, ...

Author: Swift Montana Smith

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595410642

Category: Fiction

Page: 212

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Although Swift Montana Smith's book entitled READ MY SHORTS is mostly about Cowboy Action Shooting and his personal experiences within the sport, there are also stories about the Wild West included within. The book is split into two parts with the first part being short stories that can be read in less than an hour; having said that, the eighteen stories listed in Part One will take several hours to read. The addition of the longer, short story in Part Two of the book about a Wild West character called Edgar Windfal is a pleasant narrative and very interesting. While some of the stories appear to be actual experiences, many of them are fictional in nature and have a comedic tone and are meant to be amusing. A few of the stories are serious and emotional; including the last one entitled Edgar Windfal - The Lucky Stone. Overall, the book is easy to read and very enjoyable.