Freelance jobs - freelance work - find freelancers jobs General Journal Prompts - Journal Prompts Freelance Writer's World The Ark Way back at the dawn of time, Noah may have been absolutely right to build an Ark. It's what we should all be doing right now, says Alexander Remizov of Russian architects Remistudio. Given that sea levels are set to rise as global climate change continues, it might be wise to have a back-up plan. The Ark biosphere was conceived by its designers as a green self-sustaining, disaster-proof hotel that could withstand extreme weather conditions like tsunamis and severe flooding. Its Slinky-like shape is also supposed to withstand earthquakes. Nice. Its solar panels and a rainwater collection system allow residents to live independently, should the power grid shut down. All it needs is a couple of rhinoceroses, an ostrich or two, and a pair of water buffalo. 2011 Feb 1 11 responses. share this Back to articles
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Everything you need to know about writing a query A hook, a.k.a. elevator pitch or logline, is 2-3 sentences explaining what your book is about. It’s the heart of a query letter, the thing that gets the agent to request pages. It is also the second hardest thing you will write (next to your synopsis, which we’ll discuss later). But here are some tips that made it easier for me. The Technical Stuff Write in third person, present tense. Keep it short. State facts, not opinions. How You’ll Really Get it Done Start with one sentence. Write what it seems to be about, not what it’s really about. You’ll know when you’ve found The One. Still confused? Like this: Like Loading... Tags: fiction, fiction writing, getting published, hook, how to sell your book, how to write a hook, how to write a query letter, literary agent, publisher, publishing, query, query letter, writing, writing help
CALLIHOO Writing Helps--Feelings Table Character Feelings You can describe your character's feelings in more exact terms than just "happy" or "sad." Check these lists for the exact nuance to describe your character's intensity of feelings. SF Characters | SF Items | SF Descriptors | SF Places | SF EventsSF Jobs/Occupations | Random Emotions | Emotions List | Intensity of Feelings