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40 days ago 0 comments From: Writing-Admin Categories: Editing  Tags: prowritingaid grammar checking manuscript editing software 
prowritingaid.com —    ProWritingAid analyzes your writing and presents its findings in 25 different reports. Each writer has their own strengths and weaknesses and so different PWA reports will appeal to different users.Remember, all the software can do is highlight potential pitfalls in your writing. It's up to you, the writer, to decide which suggestions work within your specific context, and which ones should be ignored.   Pro Writing Aid   1) The Writing Style ReportThe Writing Style Check is one of the most popular and comprehensive reports that ProWritingAid offers. It highlights several areas of writing that should be revised to improve readability, including passive voice, overuse of adverbs, repeated sentence starts, hidden verbs and much more.Learn more about all the elements included in The Writing Style Report here.   Pro Writing Aid 2) The Grammar ReportThe Grammar Check works similarly to the spelling and grammar checkers in a word processor. It highlights any word that’s not in our dictionary in case it’s misspelled. It also looks at the construction of the sentence to make sure that the structure, punctuation and tense are correct.But, in addition to these standard grammar checks, our team of copyeditors have been inputting thousands of specific checks that they have come across in their years of editing. For example, they noticed that many writers write “adverse” when they actually mean “averse”? When this comes up, the software will offer a short explanation about how the two words are different so that you can make sure you select the correct one.Find out more about these specific checks and how they are created.   Pro Writing Aid 3) The Overused Words ReportThere are some words and sentence constructions that are fine to use occasionally, but become problematic when they are overused. They fall into five main categories:1) Too Wishy-Washy2) Telling Rather Than Showing3) Weak Words Dependent on Intensifiers4) Nonspecific Words5) Awkward Sentence ConstructionsLearn more about overused words and see some examples.   Pro Writing Aid 4) The Clichés and Redundancies ReportWriters often use clichés when they are working on their first draft because thinking up original wording takes time and can interrupt creative flow. That’s fine. But, when you go back to edit, this report will pick out instances of unoriginal phrasing so that you can replace them with fresh ideas.Redundant wording creeps into the texts of even the most experienced writers. It adds quantity to your writing, but not quality. Every word in your writing should be there for a reason. This report helps you eliminate the clutter.Read more about clichés and redundancies here.   Pro Writing Aid 5) The Sticky Sentence ReportA sticky sentence is one that is full of glue words. Glue words are the 200 or so most common English words (in, of, on, the, at, if, etc.). They are the empty space that readers need to get through before they can get to your ideas. Generally, your sentences should contain less than 45% glue words. If they contain more, they should probably be re-written to increase clarity. Let’s look at a quick example:• ORIGINAL: Dave walked over into the back yard of the school in order to see if there was a new bicycle that he could use in his class. Glue index: 60.7% - Sentence length 27 words• REDRAFT: Dave checked the school’s back yard for a new bicycle to use in class. Glue index: 42.8% - Sentence length 14 wordsThe second sentence is much easier to read. Unnecessary information has been discarded, and the wording is more concise. The point of the sentence comes across clearly.Read more about glue words and sticky sentences here.Try ProWritingAid for free now   Pro Writing Aid 6) The Repeats CheckWriters often mistakenly use the same word several times in the span of one paragraph because it’s foremost in their mind. But those repeats can set off an echo in the reader’s mind – that subconscious feeling of “Didn’t he just say that?” It can be irritating to read and, worse, it can detract from what you are trying to say.But it’s difficult for writers to spot repetition in their own work. When they are editing, they go over the same text several times and become impervious to that echo feeling. And when you replace a word when making amendments, it’s easy to forget that the same word was in the sentence before or after. This report highlights repeated words and phrases in your document so you can use a more diverse vocabulary.Read more about finding repetition in your text.   Pro Writing Aid 7) The Sentence Length ReportWriting that uses varying sentence lengths keeps the reader’s brain engaged. Some should be short and punchy, others should be long and flowing. Sentence variety adds an element of music to your writing.ProWritingAid will create a bar graph of your sentence lengths so that you can pick out areas where you should add more variety. It will also give you an Average Sentence Length Score, which will highlight whether you are using too many long sentences, which may result in a monotonous text, or too many short sentences, which may result in a choppy text.Read more about how to improve your sentence length variety.   Pro Writing Aid 8) The Pronoun ReportWhen writers are in creative mode, they often rely on pronouns to keep the narrative moving: “He did this”, “She did that”, “They ran there”, “I found out.” That’s fine. It’s more important to keep writing momentum up than it is to get every sentence just right.ProWritingAid will scan your document and calculate a pronoun percentage. Ideally it should fall somewhere between 4% and 15%. Any more than this and writing can feel dull. This is especially so with initial pronouns – those at the start of the sentence. The initial pronoun percentage should be under 30%. Run the report and replace your pronoun-heavy passages with more dynamic wording.Read more about why you should keep an eye out for too many pronouns.   Pro Writing Aid 9) The Transition ReportStatistics show that published writing has a high level of transition use. Transition words are the road signs in writing. And great transitions help your reader follow your train of thought without becoming bogged down trying to discern your meaning. Words and phrases like “similarly”, “nevertheless”, “in order to”, “likewise,” or “as a result” show the relationships between your ideas and can help illustrate agreement, contrast or show cause and effect.The Transition Report will give you a “transitions score”, which is based on the percentage of sentences that contain a transition. We recommend that you aim for a score of 25% or higher, which means that you use at least one transition word or phrase every four sentences.Read more about transitions and their importance.   Pro Writing Aid 10) The Consistency CheckConsistency is so important in writing. It makes it feel professional and polished. ProWritingAid doesn’t care if you choose to write in American or UK English, as long as you choose one and stick to it. Likewise, it’s up to you whether you capitalise a word like “Yoga” but the report will highlight if you have done it in one place and not in another.The Consistency Check highlights inconsistency of spelling, hyphenation, capitalisation, and punctuation.Read more about keeping consistency in your writing.   Pro Writing Aid 11) The Pacing CheckPacing refers to the speed at which a story is told and how quickly the reader is moved through events. Good writing contains faster-paced sections, such as dialogue and character action, as well as slower-paced sections, such as introspection and backstory. Differently paced sections should complement each other, allowing the reader to move with you through the narrative.ProWritingAid’s Pacing Check finds those areas in your writing that are paced more slowly so that you can spread them out.Learn more about the importance of pace in writing   Pro Writing Aid 12) The Dialogue Tags CheckDialogue tags are the words that refer dialogue to a specific character. The two most common examples are “said” and “asked”. They are essential in writing, particularly in scenes that include several characters, because they help the reader follow the conversation. Ideally, your dialogue tags should be invisible within your writing, just signposts that point out who is speaking. The character’s actions or the dialogue itself should be carrying the emotion. Where possible, try to omit dialogue tags altogether. Instead, use description and action to point out your speaker and build your scene.The Dialogue Tags Check will highlight all your dialogue tags so that you can find a better way to demonstrate emotion.Learn more about replacing dialogue tags here.   Pro Writing Aid 13) The Sensory Check (NLP Predicates Check)Every writer has a tendency to favor one or two of their senses over the others, and this affects the way that he or she experiences the world, processes information and makes memories. When you are writing for a broad audience, you should try to write with words (primarily verbs, adverbs and adjectives) associated with all five of the senses. It will help emotionally engage with the widest range of people.Run your writing through the Sensory Report and make sure that you have all five senses covered.Read more about the importance of writing with all five senses here.   Pro Writing Aid   14) The Vague and Abstract Words CheckThere are two types of words that muddy the waters for clarity and concise writing: vague and abstract words. Vague words lack specific information. If you say you will be “slightly” late it’s less clear than if you say you will be 20 minutes late. Your understanding of “slightly late” may be quite different to mine.An abstract noun denotes something intangible, such as a quality or state, whereas a concrete noun denotes the person or thing that may possess that quality or be in that state. For example: man is concrete and humanity is abstract, brain is concrete and thought is abstract. Abstract nouns are sometimes perfect, but they should not be used to excess as they lack specificity.Run the Vague and Abstract Words Check to find those words that should be replaced with something more specific or concrete.Read more about the dangers of vague and abstract language here.   Pro Writing Aid 15) The Thesaurus CheckOften, changing just one word in a sentence allows a writer to present a more nuanced or specific idea. The contextual thesaurus allows you to explore a wider vocabulary. Unlike most thesaurus suggestions, our report takes into account the context of the word in the sentence and offers replacement words that fit within that context.Learn more about how the Thesaurus Check can help you expand your vocabulary and enrich your writing.   Pro Writing Aid 16) The Diction ReportThe Diction Report helps you avoid unnecessarily complicated writing by analyzing your word selection and sentence construction.When it comes to writing, less is more. Make every word count. If it's not essential, cut it. Too often when writers are trying to sound authoritative, they choose the wordy ways of saying something simple. Why write “has the ability to” when you can write “can”? You’re just using more words to say the same thing, which actually makes your writing much less clear. Similarly, following some basic writing rules like “Don’t end a sentence with a preposition” can help make your writing stronger.Read more about how The Diction Report will highlight those areas of your writing that are overly cumbersome to read so that you can simplify.   Pro Writing Aid 17) The Alliteration ReportAlliteration is the repetition of a beginning consonant sound. One of the most famous examples is "Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers". Alliteration creates an enjoyable rhythm when reading and so is often used in advertising, or to attract attention and comment. Alliteration is also widely used in poetry.The Alliteration Report will highlight all instances of alliteration in your document.   Pro Writing Aid 18) The Homonym CheckThere are many words in the English language that sound alike but have different spellings. Choosing the wrong spelling can change your sentence completely. The sentence “He lost his patients” means something quite different from “He lost his patience”.The Homonyms Check will highlight all the words with homonyms. Hover your curser over the word and the alternatives will be displayed as a tooltip.   Pro Writing Aid 19) The Corporate Wording ReportThe corporate wording report identifies places where wording can be simplified. It concentrates on words that are often found in corporate reports that make the reports harder to read and understand. It highlights the words that it finds and suggests alternatives.   Pro Writing Aid 20) The Acronym CheckAn acronym is a word or name formed as an abbreviation from the initial components in a phrase or a word, e.g. NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization), ESPN (Entertainment and Sports Programming Network), or LOL (Laugh Out Loud). The Acronym Report highlights all of the acronyms in your text, and creates a list of all the acronyms you have used. Misspelled or inconsistent acronyms are not usually picked up by normal spell-checkers so the list allows you to easily scan for errors. It can also help you create a glossary of acronyms for your text.   Pro Writing Aid 21) The Complex Words CheckProWritingAid defines complex words as those with three or more syllables. It is not wrong to use complex words, but paragraphs that contain too many will be less clear. If you can replace a complex word with a simpler one – e.g. enquired with asked or proximate with near – then do it.Run the Complex Words Check and then scan your document for paragraphs that contain a higher than usual occurrence of multi-syllable words. See if you can replace some of them with clearer vocabulary.   Pro Writing Aid 22) The Eloquence CheckThis report was designed to help you develop your use of stylistic writing techniques such as alliteration, epistrophe, and hendiadys. The items in this report are not suggestions, just aids to help you along the way.   Pro Writing Aid 23) The Combo CheckThe Combo Report is a customizable feature that allows users to choose their favorite reports and run them simultaneously. This is a great feature for content writers, bloggers or students who edit a lot of shorter documents rather than one long book. You know your own bad writing habits better than anyone, so choose the reports that will have the biggest impact for YOU.   Pro Writing Aid 24) The House Style CheckIf you are a premium user, you can create your own House Style Check to look for specific issues relating to your organization. For example, if you want to make sure that the word “Director” is always capitalized in your reports, you can create your own rule in the software that will flag it anytime it is in lower case. To take another example, imagine a fashion design company who always wanted their September collection to be referred to as the “autumn” collection rather than the “fall” collection. They could create a rule where ProWritingAid highlighted any instance of the word “fall” and offered a suggestion that it be changed to “autumn”.Create your own rules that help members of your organization adhere to your house style guidelines.   Pro Writing Aid 25) The Plagiarism ReportOur plagiarism checker is designed to help you detect unoriginal content in your writing. Once you have detected unoriginal content you will be able to add proper citations to your document. Plagiarism is a major concern for many people, especially those writing academic works. The plagiarism checks performed by ProWritingAid will check your work against over a billion web-pages and articles to make sure that you have correctly cited any unoriginal content. It is easy for unoriginal content to slip into your work, and the consequences can be disastrous.  
218 days ago 0 comments From: Writing-Admin Categories: Fiction Writing  Tags: writing fiction writing tips fabjob 
fabjob.com — Get Paid to Write Imagine … seeing a book you've written on display at a local bookstore … flipping through the pages of your favorite magazine to find an article written by you … reading your poetry in a respected publication … noticing your name in the credits of a movie or television show … watching a performance of a play you've written … or finding your personal essay in a popular book. About a Career as a Published Writer While a fortunate few writers can become bestselling authors earning millions of dollars a year from their writing, it is possible to enjoy success as a published writer in many other ways. You may dream of reading glowing reviews of your writing, signing books for readers eager to meet you, having your family and friends see your work in print, depositing checks you've earned for your writing, or enjoying some of the other perks that come with being a published writer. As long as you have the desire, you can become a published writer – no matter how young or old you are. Guide to Become a Published Writer If you would like to be paid to write, the FabJob Guide to Become a Published Writer is for you! In this e-book you will discover how you can get published. Whether you are a novice, or have already been paid for your writing, this guide will give you valuable information to make publishing your writing both easier and more profitable. See a free sample of Become a Published Writer The guide was written and compiled by Sheila Seifert, who has over 1,000 sales as a freelance writer (fiction, nonfiction, poetry, etc.) As a university instructor, she has taught creative writing, composition, and magazine writing, and is a sought-after speaker for writers' conferences. In this guide she shares with you her own experiences as well as insider tips and expert advice from hundreds of successful writers, writing teachers, and editors. This guide does not go into detail about the mechanics of selling your writing, because it includes links to excellent resources on manuscript formats, proposal examples, etc. Instead, this guide focuses on helping you develop the skills and traits needed to become a successful published writer, through professional advice and practical exercises. The guide covers topics of vital importance to anyone who wants to achieve greater success as a published writer, including: Getting Ready Motivating yourself to write Overcoming writer's block Techniques for getting ideas Developing your creativity Writing a first draft Finding your voice Developing Your Skills in Different Genres Poetry An introduction to writing poetry Expressing emotions Images in poetry Rhythm and meter Revision techniques Fiction Creating characters Developing plots Conflict, tension, and suspense Point of view Storytelling techniques Writing dialogue Nonfiction and Other Genres Magazine articles Business writing True-to-life or as-told-to stories Personal essays Screenwriting Playwriting Advice for All Genres Doing research Using humor Choosing a title Interviewing subjects Collaborating (co-authoring or ghostwriting) Editing your manuscript Writing as a Business Finding your niche Working with editors and agents The publishing industry What to include in a proposal or synopsis Overcoming rejection Marketing yourself Plus much more!   How to Get the Published Writer Guide   Also see:   BECOME A BOOK EDITOR BECOME A BOOK PUBLISHER BECOME A BOOKSTORE OWNER BECOME A CARTOONIST BECOME A CHILDREN’S BOOK AUTHOR BECOME A FREELANCE WRITER BECOME A MYSTERY WRITER BECOME A PUBLISHED WRITER BECOME A ROMANCE WRITER BECOME A SCREENWRITER BECOME A SONGWRITER BECOME A TRAVEL WRITER
218 days ago 0 comments From: Writing-Admin Categories: Writing  Tags: writing children's writer fabjob 
fabjob.com —  Touch the Hearts of Children Beatrix Potter. A.A. Milne. E.B. White. Lewis Carroll. Even their names conjure up memories of friends we have met within the pages of books. Can you imagine your name being linked to this list of great authors someday? About a Career as a Children's Book Author How many times, while reading a children's story, have you dreamed of writing your own and getting it published? The FabJob Guide to Become a Children's Book Author gives you what you need to make your dream come true. Lovingly written by coauthors Jeannie Harmon and Sheila Seifert, the guide offers you the insider information and practical advice you need to achieve your dream of becoming a published children's book author. It's like a publishing workshop packed with insider information – taught by two of the best teachers in the industry. Jeannie Harmon has written more than twenty children's books and currently serves as the Senior Editor in the children's book division of a U.S. publishing house. Sheila Seifert has been a successful freelance writer for over fifteen years, and teaches writing at the University of Colorado at Denver. In this guide they share with you the insider advice they have discovered through many years in the publishing business. Guide to Become a Children's Book Author If being the author of books for children sounds like the career of your dreams, the FabJob Guide to Become a Children's Book Author is for you! In this e-book you will discover how you can get started, market your work, and get published. See a free sample of Become a Children's Book Author The guide covers topics of vital importance to anyone who wants to become a published children's book author, including: Getting Ready Myths about writing for children Deciding who your audience will be How to come up with a book idea that will attract an editor's attention How to develop your creativity and writing talent Step-by-step advice on how to write picture books, nonfiction books, and juvenile fiction. You will learn what you need to know about: Format Plotting Getting illustrations Research Characterization And more! Getting Published Manuscript preparation tips that will improve your odds of getting published A link to a list of children's book publishers, including editors' names and contact information How to write a query that will make an editor eager to read your manuscript Working with a literary agent Negotiating a book publishing contract Creative ideas for breaking in to children's book publishing through: Working or volunteering with children Writing for children's magazines Writing Sunday school lessons Writing school curriculum Online publishing Self-publishing Writing books for non-profit groups and schools Plus what you need to know about: Copyrighting your work Tips for working with a publisher How to promote yourself and your book Writing associations and resources A quick reference glossary at the back of the guide ensures that you'll be talking the talk with the people who have the power to publish your book.   Get the Children's Book Author Guide   Also see:   BECOME A BOOK EDITOR BECOME A BOOK PUBLISHER BECOME A BOOKSTORE OWNER BECOME A CARTOONIST BECOME A CHILDREN’S BOOK AUTHOR BECOME A FREELANCE WRITER BECOME A MYSTERY WRITER BECOME A PUBLISHED WRITER BECOME A ROMANCE WRITER BECOME A SCREENWRITER BECOME A SONGWRITER BECOME A TRAVEL WRITER
777 days ago 0 comments From: Writing-Admin Categories: Screenwriting  Tags: screenwriting fundamentals mark tapio kines lynda.com 
socialpolitan.org — Screenwriting Fundamentals   Join independent film director and screenwriter Mark Tapio Kines as he walks you through the process of getting your screenplay idea out of your head and onto the printed page. Learn how to define your story's characters, obstacles, and scope; understand the importance of each of the three acts in a traditional narrative structure; and discover how to build tension and reveal key plot points. Lastly, Mark shows you how to format your screenplay to make it readable and well paced, and navigate the legalities of adapting an existing property, collaborating with a cowriter, or engaging in a work-for-hire contract. Topics include: Finding the drama in your story idea Structuring your story into three acts Defining your protagonist's short-term and long-term goals Creating obstacles for your characters Understanding the importance of suspense Timing your plot twists Formatting your script Registering for a copyright
777 days ago 0 comments From: Writing-Admin Categories: Fiction Writing  Tags: writing fundamentals lisa cron craft of story lynda.com 
socialpolitan.org — Dig into the craft of writing a compelling story, with practical how-to advice and before-and-after writing samples.   In this course, author Lisa Cron digs into the craft of writing a compelling story based on what the brain is wired to respond to in every story we hear. Whether you're writing a story from scratch, or revising your story for the umpteenth time, this course offers practical how-to advice, then illustrates it using before-and-after examples. Discover how to craft a first page, zero in on your story's point, create empathy, find a character's secret goals and inner issues, translate generics into specifics, write for suspense, create cause-and-effect connections, build momentum and tension, and deftly implement setups, payoffs, flashbacks, subplots, and foreshadowing. Topics include: What is a story? Hooking your reader Feeling what the protagonist feels Being specific Creating suspense and conflict Writing flashbacks and subplots
930 days ago 0 comments From: Writing-Admin Categories: Writing Workshops  Tags: writing program nickelodeon animation studio 
nickanimationstudio.com — Nickelodeon's Writing Program is one of the best in the biz. Consider the facts: alum have gone on to create their own Nickelodeon shows and write for all sorts of TV series and films. While in the Program, writers meet our series creators, work in writers’ rooms, attend storyboard pitches, show tapings and more. Oh, and they write a lot too, all while being provided a salaried position for up to one year!
socialpolitan.org — Liquid Story Binder is a uniquely designed word processor for professional and aspiring authors, poets, and novelists. Writing software for those who require the editing ability of a commercial text editor as well as a document tracking system. It is for those who want the freedom to create and revise but are tired of losing track of their work.   DossiersCreate Dossiers for major characters and settings.TimelinesPlot your novel by organizing cards along colored timelines.StoryboardsCombine images and text to create a visual reference board.JournalsCreate a writing journal, or even fictional journals for each one of your characters.OutlinesCreate a collapsible tree of plot ideas.MindmapsLink ideas together using lines and text.Image GalleriesOrganize your reference images into galleries.ChecklistsA list of titles and captions with checkmarks.ContrastsA two-columned list for direct comparisons.BuildersOrganize complex scenes using titles, descriptions, and color indexing.Position MemoryLiquid Story Binder XE remembers just where you left off.Manuscript BuildingCombine multiple chapters into a single manuscript automatically.PrintingPreserve your font and paragraph editing with Format Printing.WorkspacesPreserve your favorite window layouts for quick access.Project GoalsWords per day, words left to write, days remaining, multi-document word counts.Color SchemesCreate the perfect writing environment with your favorite window colors.RecordingsRecord yourself reading your own novel. Test for pacing and time.File ListingsOrganize all your files into easy-access file trees.BackupsEvery Chapter has its own backup repository. Never lose a single word with automatic version and session backups. Compress your whole archive into a single ZIP file.ShortcutsQuickly access your favorite external software and documents.StatisticsTimes, Word Counts, Goals, Sessions, Versions, Days.ReaderRead over your work in a easy to view columned window, free of editing distractions.Music PlaylistsAdd your MP3s and sort them into playlists. Set the mood for writing.External EditingOpen your work outside of Liquid Story Binder.     30 Day Free Trial Without Any Feature Limitations Download Liquid Story Binder XE and test out it features before buying. The download includes the entire XE package without limitations. If you love what you see, return to our website a buy a special licensing code that will allow you to use Liquid Story Binder indefinitely. After that, all future upgrades and updates are absolutely free!     Liquid Story Binder   SOFTWARE FOR WRITERS, SOFTWARE FOR AUTHORS, SOFTWARE FOR NOVELISTS, SOFTWARE FOR POETSA WORD PROCESSOR FOR WRITERS, A WORD PROCESSOR FOR NOVELISTS, A WORD PROCESSOR FOR POETS, CREATIVE WRITING SOFTWARE, A TEXT EDITOR FOR WRITERS, WRITING, WORD PROCESSING, STORYBOARDS, MANUSCRIPTS, MANUSCRIPT PRINTING, PLOT OUTLINES, CHAPTER OUTLINES, REFERENCE NOTES, TEMPLATES, CREATIVE WRITING, DOCUMENT CLEANING, TEXT CLEANING
socialpolitan.org — Writers can learn methods to enhance their writing with online screenwriting courses from the Writers Store. From screenwriting tips & writing advice from best-selling authors to practical secrets about feature films from master producers and directors, there is something for everyone. Choose from hundreds of online writing classes, including free writing seminars, and advance to the next level within the entertainment industry!   Writers Store Online Screenwriting Courses & Classes
socialpolitan.org — Write from a Spark!   WriteSparks!™ is every writer's newest best friend! If you need some creative sparks to start or end your day, WriteSparks!™ is the perfect software for the writer in you!   WriteSparks!™ is not an e-book. It is not a writing course either.   WriteSparks!™ is a writer's software you can run from your computer whenever you need to...   jumpstart your writing break out of a block get rid of boredom write away your frustrations write for the sheer joy of writing   WriteSparks!™ can generate over 10 million story sparks to keep you writing for years... and all at a click of a button. Getting ideas for your stories has never been this easy!   100+ quick plots for you to twist 100+ poetic lines to flex your poetic muscles 150+ quick prompts that are perfect for warm-up writing 250+ tabloid headlines to get you to write your own tabloid stories 250+ first lines to jumpstart the stories inside you 800+ cliches to base your stories on 8,000+ random metaphors and powerful images for your stories 12,000 quick characters sparks -- put two people together and write their story 70,000+ random proverbs...with a twist! These are not your ordinary proverbs 300,000+ what if? story combinations 400,000+ random word combinations for flash fiction 500,000+ random paragraphs to spark off your imagination 1,000,000+ random personifications to begin your poem or story 3,000,000+ poetry-to-go verses combinations for you to build or base your poems and stories 5,000,000+ character profiles to flesh out and use in your stories   Generating ideas for your next story has never been this easy! WriteSparks!™ will generate over 10 million story sparkers for you! Take this software for a free test drive today.     There are 3 versions of WriteSparks!™ http://socialpolitan.org/y/writesparks
1076 days ago 0 comments From: Writing-Admin Categories: Software  Tags: let storycraft story creation writing software 
socialpolitan.org —  Let StoryCraft Story-Creation Software (Windows or Mac) turn you into a master story-teller, taking all the story ideas dancing  in your head and transforming them into fully-developed short stories, novels, and screenplay.   Here's What StoryCraft Does For You: BANISHES WRITER'S BLOCK BY SIMPLIFYING THE ACTUAL WRITING PROCESS ~ StoryCraft not only guides you through the entire process of creating and developing your stories, but also offers quick access to your word processor for each stage of your story so that you can quickly record your ideas — no interruptions, no delays, no excuses. PERFECTS YOUR STORY'S PREMISE ~ Using StoryCraft, your basic story idea easily becomes a concise Story Concept that will form the solid foundation on which you'll build your story. ESTABLISHES THE IDEAL CATEGORY FOR YOUR STORY ~ Once you have your Story Concept, StoryCraft leads you almost effortlessly towards the decision of which Story Category (action, character, or epic) to use to develop precisely the kind of story you most need and want to write. MATCHES YOUR STORY WITH A TIME-PROVEN PATTERN SO YOUR STORY'S OUTLINE SITS CLEARLY IN YOUR MIND'S EYE ~ StoryCraft identifies 18 basic patterns, or Types, of stories that all the great myths and literary classics fall under, and results in a clear sense of the outline of your story — based upon your particular choice of Story Type — throughout the entire writing process. BUILDS COMPELLING CHARACTERS AND WORLDS ~ StoryCraft guides you through the creation of your story's main characters and their helpers as well as the worlds that they populate, prompting you to describe the precise elements necessary for main characters of stories of your Concept, Category, and Type. OFFERS INSTANTANEOUS ADVICE ON YOUR STORY ~ StoryCraft offers built-in help instructions, accessible from every screen, that instantly describe the desired task. LETS YOU BRAINSTORM FREELY AT EVERY MOMENT ~ StoryCraft allows you to brainstorm and develop unique plot twists at each Story Creation Step. GIVES YOU INSTANT NAVIGATION TO ANY ISSUE RELATING TO ANY PART OF YOUR STORY AT ANY POINT ~ StoryCraft allows you to work on understanding and resolving any part of the story, wherever and whenever you have a thought, an idea, or a difficulty. (Vist the StoryCraft Story-Creation Software website.) http://socialpolitan.org/y/storycraft GIVES YOU TOTAL WRITING FREEDOM ~ At every stage of your story, and at every moment of inspiration, StoryCraft writer's software allows you quickly and easily to put your writing ideas into your favorite word-processing program (MS Word, Word Perfect, etc.). RESULTS IN COMPLETE STRUCTURED NOVELS AND SCREENPLAYS ~ What you write with the assistance of StoryCraft develops naturally into a complete, logically arranged novel or screenplay, easily imported, for instance, into your favorite formatting program (Final Draft, Hollywood Screenplay, etc.). SIMPLIFIES THE REVISION PROCESS ~ StoryCraft helps turn the two tasks of writing and revision into a seamlessly integrated process by placing the information needed for revision within each step of the writing process, from beginning to end. CONVERTS INCOMPLETE WORK INTO FINISHED STORIES ~ StoryCraft allows you to work with any outside text, so that you can easily revise and finish stories that you had previously been working on, transforming almost magically old notes, story ideas, and undeveloped stories into near-perfectly developed stories, ready to publish. MAKES THE CRAFT OF WRITING EASY TO LEARN AND EASY TO PERFECT ~ StoryCraft has been carefully designed and refined so that even the most novice of writers can understand clearly and quickly every task (and yet also even the most advanced of writers find its approach sophisticated, reliable, and practical). TEACHES THE WORLD'S #1 WRITING METHOD AND PHILOSOPHY AS YOU WRITE ~ StoryCraft is more than just a writing tool; it is also a sophisticated complete course in writing that utilizes the Jarvis Method, the system of fiction writing that's the accepted standard among university writing programs around the world. REVEALS HISTORY'S GREATEST WRITING SECRETS ~ StoryCraft understands intuitively how you write because its system is based on the way classic literature and great myths have been written since the dawn of civilization.
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