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How to differentiate yourself from other writers. <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> step 1! the fun part

How to differentiate yourself from other writers. : step 1! the fun part

Posted 7 Years Ago


in this stepp, we learn the first step on how to make a story more intresting!
Have Your Characters Write Your Story <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Step 1-Say Hello

Have Your Characters Write Your Story : Step 1-Say Hello

Posted 6 Years Ago


The first step to make your characters real, at least to you.
Be Intrigued <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Step 2

Be Intrigued : Step 2

Posted 5 Years Ago


Be Intrigued: a title
writing a good poem <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Step 2

writing a good poem : Step 2

Posted 1 Year Ago


step 2
RATE <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Step 2: read Life and Death (my story. rate in the comments for this lesson!!!)

RATE : Step 2: read Life and Death (my story. rate in the comments for this lesson!!!)

Posted 5 Years Ago


interesting!!! sorry i havent been active :(
Be Intrigued <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Step 3

Be Intrigued : Step 3

Posted 5 Years Ago


Be intrigued: a blurb
Be Intrigued <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Step 4 - FInal Step

Be Intrigued : Step 4 - FInal Step

Posted 5 Years Ago


Be Intrigued: a first chapter or page
How to create an incredibly emotional event in your story/chapter. <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Step one for all events: Idea

How to create an incredibly emotional event in your story/chapter. : Step one for all events: Idea

Posted 1 Year Ago


Well, if you want to write any good event, you need to plan first. You can do a private draft or post it online for others to give suggestions.
Developing a Romance <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Step one, character matching.

Developing a Romance : Step one, character matching.

Posted 7 Years Ago


Some characters, no matter how hard you try, will just not be able to work out.
Making the jump between "FanFiction" and "Original character" <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Step one: Panning for gold

Making the jump between "FanFiction" and "Original character" : Step one: Panning for gold

Posted 8 Years Ago


Removing your character from the storyline
How to Give your Writing a Deeper Meaning <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Step One: Your Voice

How to Give your Writing a Deeper Meaning : Step One: Your Voice

Posted 9 Months Ago


The is the first step of the process of making that blue curtain into something more. :D
How to Give your Writing a Deeper Meaning <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Step Three Continued

How to Give your Writing a Deeper Meaning : Step Three Continued

Posted 8 Months Ago


Here are some more methods for executing a deeper meaning :D
How to Give your Writing a Deeper Meaning <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Step Three: Methods

How to Give your Writing a Deeper Meaning : Step Three: Methods

Posted 9 Months Ago


This is the second to last lesson for giving your writing a deeper meaning.
How to Give your Writing a Deeper Meaning <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Step Two: What's your Message?

How to Give your Writing a Deeper Meaning : Step Two: What's your Message?

Posted 9 Months Ago


This is step two on giving your writing some meaning. It's all about the message you want to send through your piece and to your readers.
Good Story Plot <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Steps

Good Story Plot : Steps

Posted 6 Years Ago


Writing Story Plots
Steps to become a creative writer

Steps to become a creative writer

1 Lesson, Updated 6 Years Ago

In this course you will learn to become more creative and bloom in your writing
Learn To Write Fiction Like a Pro! <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Stick to your topic!

Learn To Write Fiction Like a Pro! : Stick to your topic!

Posted 6 Years Ago


One tip for writing fiction.
Stoking the Creative Fire

Stoking the Creative Fire

3 Lessons, Updated 7 Years Ago

A few short tips for finding ideas when they stop coming on their own. In addition, we might take a look a little later on at how to salvage ideas, and how to separate the wheat from the chaff -- because almost no idea is useless.
Literature or Journalism?  <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Stories, We hear, Are literature...??

Literature or Journalism? : Stories, We hear, Are literature...??

Posted 4 Years Ago


In this Lesson we will be discussing how Literature is actually part, of The journalism world, How it effects everyday life
 Writing Prompts  <img src='http://www.writerscafe.org/images/breadcrumb.png' width='7' height='11' alt=':' class='absmiddle' /> Story Based on Your Favorite Song

Writing Prompts : Story Based on Your Favorite Song

Posted 1 Year Ago


Take the first line of your favorite song and write a story.

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