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Fantasy 101  <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> A BIT ON FANTASY

Fantasy 101 : A BIT ON FANTASY

Posted 8 Years Ago


telling you what fantsy is
A BOOK OUT OF ME

A BOOK OUT OF ME

1 Lesson, Updated 5 Years Ago

I am going to write my story in life. My Struggles, the joy i have earned, the cries i have made. The trials to pursue my dreams as a cadet officer and now to become an officer someday. I want to know the other part of myself through writing...
Haiku for Amateurs <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> A Brief history of "Haiku"

Haiku for Amateurs : A Brief history of "Haiku"

Posted 6 Years Ago


A history of the renowance and development of Haiku.
The Right Way to Write Wrong <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> A brief intermission

The Right Way to Write Wrong : A brief intermission

Posted 8 Years Ago


A personal introduction and summary of the philosophy of the course.
A Couple of Tips of How to Improve Writing: From Me, To You

A Couple of Tips of How to Improve Writing: From Me, To You

3 Lessons, Updated 2 Years Ago

Here, I will share my EXTREMELY PERSONAL AND SUBJECTIVE opinion of what makes a great writer. I hope this helps you. I will focus mainly on books and fiction/nonfiction and even playwrights, but I hope you poets can get something out of it too.
A Few Basic Things

A Few Basic Things

1 Lesson, Updated 6 Years Ago

Setting, character development, tone, you name it. All will be covered in this course, except grammar, because I cannot stand grammar. I hope to maybe share what I've learned with other people.
Forgiveness <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> A Foolish Heart

Forgiveness : A Foolish Heart

Posted 7 Years Ago


A person apologizing
Fantasy Worlds <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> A Foundation

Fantasy Worlds : A Foundation

Posted 7 Years Ago


How to begin brainstorming.
 Writing Prompts  <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> a game of reactions

Writing Prompts : a game of reactions

Posted 1 Month Ago


Describe a character's reaction to something without explaining what it is. See if your fellow prompt responders can guess what it is. my example is down below; you may guess & answer and then create one yourself
Abandon your Fear <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> A ghost returns

Abandon your Fear : A ghost returns

Posted 7 Years Ago


Be careful and respectful on all souls day.
Writing and Constructive Criticism - the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> A Good Story is in the Mind's Eye of the Reader

Writing and Constructive Criticism - the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly : A Good Story is in the Mind's Eye of the Reader

Posted 7 Years Ago


You can't please all the readers all of the time. Sometimes, you can't really please any of them. Read more at http://LetUsWrite.wordpress.com
A Grammar Reference

A Grammar Reference

2 Lessons, Updated 7 Years Ago

A few tutorials on basic-through-advanced concepts in English grammar & punctuation.
A Guide to Writing in First Person

A Guide to Writing in First Person

2 Lessons, Updated 6 Years Ago

A short guide to writing in first person, will be updated weekly.
A Healing Sword

A Healing Sword

Updated 2 Years Ago

For every piece of writing, a purpose is glued. Writing is a whisper of silence therappy, it heals both the writer and the reader calmly. If your writing is for the people in vain, then, you're in the right guide.
A How To: Hook, Line and Sinker

A How To: Hook, Line and Sinker

1 Lesson, Updated 5 Years Ago

Just a quick tutorial on how to make your story one that's unforgettable.
A Minor Manifesto For Fiction Writers

A Minor Manifesto For Fiction Writers

1 Lesson, Updated 3 Years Ago

How to write fiction in my opinion. Not a theory, but what actually works. You can also find this on my Deviant Art page, Gedalya-Inc
A Point for Originality

A Point for Originality

4 Lessons, Updated 8 Years Ago

This is to improve your stories and make them more original...sort of. Read my blog post "A Point for Originality" for more
Preparing yourself for Publishing <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> A quick look inside the publishing process

Preparing yourself for Publishing : A quick look inside the publishing process

Posted 7 Years Ago


What exactly happens inside a publisher's walls? This lesson will provide a little insight into the process.
A Guide to Writing in First Person <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> A Quick Update: More Lessons Coming!

A Guide to Writing in First Person : A Quick Update: More Lessons Coming!

Posted 6 Years Ago


An update for the month of May 2012, to all my subscribers (new and old).
The Right Way to Write Wrong <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> A schizophrenic approach to character development

The Right Way to Write Wrong : A schizophrenic approach to character development

Posted 8 Years Ago


How to ration out personality traits so that your characters are complex but easily distinguishable from one another.

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