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Character Quirks City Building Killing Characters Escaping a Tight Spot Love Your Antagonist Plot Hole Gapping Licence to Write Plot Twist Character Motivation Ticking…

How to tell a story #unstarvingartist

7 Steps to the Perfect Story (The Rhetorical Journey)

Encourage descriptive writing with alternatives for "said"

Not sure I'd use this title for my anchor chart, but it's great to build descriptive writing "Said is Dead".Encourage descriptive writing with these alternatives to "said".

Some beautiful words we should all use more often.

I love words, and the English language is so very vast. Unfortunately we hear so very little of it on a daily basis. Expand your vocabulary; expand your mind.

28 Mini Thesaurus Charts perfect for writing journals! Comes mini and standard size!

Thesaurus Charts - synonyms for common words

28 Mini Thesaurus Charts perfect for writing journals! Could adapt this to use with the mini books my kids mave

128 Words to Use Instead of Proofreading Services

128 Very Good Words That Are Very Capable of Replacing “Very”

128 Words to use instead of "Very"|Writing is hard, and writing without repeating yourself is very, very hard—but as you may have already noticed, one of the most repeated words in English is the intensifying modifier "very.

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reflectionofthemind: “ Warning: You may encounter some opinions. Writing Myth: You have to start your story off in the middle of the action, or “In medias res”. It is said (as I have heard fro

Paragraph Reminder~  This is great for students who are beginning to write multi-paragraph narratives or essays.  Simple, clear, and helpful!

Great resource for paragraph changes. It bugs me so badly when writers don't change paragraphs when there's a new speaker.

Printable writing aid that lists words that writers can use to describe someone's voice.

Writing Aid - words that describe someone's voice (Butterfly and Bear)

Download this free touchy feely printable to help you use all of your senses when you write. #writingtip #amwriting #nanowrimo

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