Write and take your soul into letters of each word

A Writer's Manifesto - Natasha Lester Author of If I Should Lose You and What is Left Over, After

Ray is my favorite.

I loved this, although I'll have to admit, I don't think you have to write everyday to be a writer. I don't and I am a successful author. But I think like a writer everyday. <-previous pinner (Well said)

When I struggled to identify what made for a meaningful Good vs. Evil theme, I turned to The Dark Knight to deconstruct how Batman delivered his complex brand of ethics.  Now we are going to use what we learned as a framework for analyzing the same theme in Harry Potter & The Sorcerer’s Stone, Twilight, and The Hunger Games.

The Case For Blurring the Lines Between Good and Evil

When I struggled to identify what made for a meaningful Good vs. Evil theme, I turned to The Dark Knight to deconstruct how Batman delivered his complex brand of ethics. Now we are going to use what we learned as a framework for analyzing the same theme

If the end of a book does not please the reader, the story might not remain in the readers’ heart. The end is a very important part of a novel and it remains in the reader’s heart when the story finishes. Check out these 5 different types of endings. *

If the end of a book does not please the reader, the story might not remain in the readers’ heart. The end is a very important part of a novel and it remains in the reader’s heart when the story finishes. 5 different types of endings

This may be the most important part of writing a story.

This may be the most important part of writing a story. Least important facts first. Most critical facts last.

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