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Where to Begin by Diana Flegal

Now days beginning writers have so many resource tools available to them.

Blogs, books, podcasts, webinars, and conferences are just a few.

I google everything.

Say I want to make a meatball sub casserole (which I made the other night, and it was delish!), or write a nonfiction book about surviving winter in New York City. Google those words and you will find this list, which will supply you with plenty of ideas for your chapters.

Basic story structure

This helpful information is part of Emma Coats fun and inspiring article: The 22 Rules of Storytelling, although the diagram was found in Austin Kleon’s book, Show Your Work.


Or Dan Harmon’s story circle: eight segments, each representing a stage of the story’s plot.

Books on managing your time, so you can write: Shock the Clock by Jeanette Levellie is another good one.

The best thing to do is begin. 🙂




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