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5 Narrative Writing Exercises

5 Narrative Writing Exercises

When you're writing, it's the narrative that informs the reader of what is going on. You will use your narrative to report events, tell stories, or offer a dialogue between characters. To make this happen, it is important to develop…

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5 Descriptive Writing Exercises

Descriptions are what will bring words to life. When they are engaging to a reader, it transports that person to the moment being described within a narrative. Writers that can establish moods, stimulate the senses, and encourage an emotional response…

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4 Memoir Writing Exercises

When you're writing your memoirs, it can be difficult to know which stories should be included and which should be left out. It can also be difficult to write down those stories in a meaningful way if writing has never…

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7 Great Non-Fiction Writing Exercises

Writing non-fiction can be a challenge. Not only do you need to make your information interesting, but it must contain knowledge that the reader doesn't already know to keep them engaged. The structure of your content is very much like…

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