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Feb
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comment What is a good tool for organizing story notes?
If you participate in NaNoWriMo you get 20% off. If you win (finish) you get 50% off
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Feb
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comment Do screenwriters freewrite/outline directly in script mode?
Thank you for your answer. I was looking for an even more micro level description of how screenwriters work. Do they start their brainstorming/discovery writing in the script format, or start with a general outline and add the dialogue and interior descriptions later?
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asked Do screenwriters freewrite/outline directly in script mode?
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comment Writing discipline
I did something like this for the last day of NaNoWriMo two years ago. Managed 14.000 words in one day (and won myself six months of tendinosis), so this works really well
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comment Can anyone recommend a free website builder?
What doesn't Wordpress provide options for. Just select a theme that is customed for mobile devices.
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answered Can anyone recommend a free website builder?
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answered How can I get started screenwriting/playwriting?
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answered Is it better to have a deadline?
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answered Can Readers Relate to a Book without Humans?
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asked Good book on writing for children?
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asked How to tell a story with the least amount of writing?
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answered Character Development - How much is too much?
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comment How to get over writer's block related to revising?
I mostly write fiction, so I'm not that into the structure of academic papers, unfortunately. I guess a google search like 'structure of non fiction text' would provide som useful hits. When you have that, just keep free-writing, and the material will sort itself out in a logical structure (at least that is what it does for me). Keep writing, and you'll often get a 'vision' for what goes where.