Mind Mapping for Fiction Writing

Mind mapping exampleDo you make a skeleton before writing your work of fiction? I do. It is important for me. The skeleton is like a railroad that makes the machinist saves his time from thinking all the time, “Where do I go after this station?” You can say, skeleton for a novel is the same as scenario for a movie. The audience does not need it, but the storymakers do.

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Growing Pains

When you were a toddler, you had probably ever cranky about the pain on your foot. There was no injury or wound, but pain happened. When your teeth started to grow and your gums ached. Or, when your last molar was about to appear. Those are few instances of growing pains, the pain due to …

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Ideas to Fill Your Idea Bank

IdeaAs a writer, we know how important is an idea (sorry, I think it’s not only writers). Bad news is, it comes whenever it wants, randomly. Good news is, you can always catch it through a simple tool called idea bank, be a note or a handheld gadget. And these are activities to fill that idea bank:

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Characteristic of A Movie Crazy

I have few friends who are movie-crazy, I mean, a film maniac. No doubt, movie is their breath. Nonetheless, I enjoy observe such behavior; how they are thinking, how they act. This is their common characteristic: There are always Home Video’s member cards in his/her wallet. Still around his/her wallet, we will find some cinema …

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