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Are you a writer? Is someone you know a writer? Then you're familiar with how challenging it is to keep up with all the daily tasks (besides making tea, playing solitaire, doing dishes, checking e-mail, making more tea, and—oh yeah, writing!) that complicate a writer's life: keeping track of submissions, finding new markets, planning future projects, researching funding opportunities, and on and on! A Working Writer's Daily Planner 2010 makes it easy for writers to keep track of the practical, business end so that they can pay more attention to the real work of writing. With this daily planner you can organize your writing schedule, track upcoming deadlines, and learn about grant opportunities, contests, and workshop programs.
Before you even start putting pen to paper (or finger to keyboard), there are some issues that need to be addressed. A lot of writers out there think writing YA fiction is easy. It’s not.
Beat poet Allen Ginsberg famously said, “First thought, best thought.” He took it from an earlier poet, engraver, and visionary, William Blake: “First through is best in art, second in other matters.” The trouble is that when you sit down to write, your first thought isn’t necessarily as wonderful as you’d wish.
Fiction's Fundamental Unit What is a scene? On a particular hypothetical occasion, in a particular hypothetical place, we see enacted in front of us events and behaviors. These flow continuously until there is a break in time or a shift of place. This is the conventional definition.
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