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    Symptoms of mental illness can be fantastic! Now I do not mean they are wonderful, this is just one definition of the word, &...  more*
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    Jun 6 - posted by MusingMindsUK
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    ‘Amateur’ is Not a Dirty Word
    When some individuals call others 'amateur' is seems to have a connotation that the...  more*
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    Jun 2 - posted by MusingMindsUK
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    What is Creative Writing?
    Creative writing can simply be said to be any piece of writing that involves using the faculty...  more*
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    Jun 1 - posted by MusingMindsUK
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    What is Narrative Hook?
    A narrative hook (or just a hook) is a literary (narrative) technique. It is the ...  more*
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    Mar 16 - posted by MusingMindsUK
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    What is Non Verbal Communication?
    When we talk of non-verbal communication, we are talking about the transmission of messages...  more*
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    Feb 21 - posted by MusingMindsUK
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    You've heard of past tense, but have you fully aware of the different forms in which past tense comes in? This article discus...  more*
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    Feb 14 - posted by MusingMindsUK
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    This article is based on scientific research and actually seems to make a lot of sense to me.
    First of all, let's get some de...  more*
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    Feb 12 - posted by MusingMindsUK
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    Formatting Your ScriptFont
    A screenplay is always written in 12pt Courier or 12pt New Courier font.
    Title page
    Your title pag...  more*
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    Feb 8 - posted by MusingMindsUK
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    The following article is the longest article I've written so far at just under 2000 words! It discusses the seven different t...  more*
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    Feb 6 - posted by MusingMindsUK
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    Have you ever heard of verbless poetry? I hadn't until I came across it on Wikipedia. What is it? Well I guess it's pretty se...  more*
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    Feb 5 - posted by MusingMindsUK
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    Asyndeton
    Asyndeton is the omission of conjunctions, coming from  the Greek neuter word asyndetos meaning unconnected, i...  more*
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    Jan 11 - posted by MusingMindsUK
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    Story Basis: Will Versus Destiny
    Which of the two is the basis of your story? In order to help you, I ask, is your character ...  more*
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    Mar 15 - posted by MusingMindsUK
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    The Etymology of Aposiopesis
    This word comes from Classical Greek. Apo- means, "away from, free from, separate,"and the stem ...  more*
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    Mar 10 - posted by MusingMindsUK
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    Let's start this article with some narrative.
    Present Tense"Garou? Garou? Are you in the kitchen?" Garou's mother calls out."...  more*
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    Mar 9 - posted by MusingMindsUK
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    The Story Theme Versus the Story Message
    The story theme is a general principle within the story. The story message is an ill...  more*
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    Feb 17 - posted by MusingMindsUK
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    Tone: The Writers Voice
    Tone is the attitude of the writer that is sensed by the reader. Note that this differs from mood.Ton...  more*
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    Mar 15 - posted by MusingMindsUK
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    What is Focus?
    In storytelling, focus refers to what the story emphasises and concentrates on. It is what should be prom...  more*
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    Mar 15 - posted by MusingMindsUK
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    What is Mise-en-scène?
    Mise en scene refers to "placing on stage."  It describes the arrangement of everything th...  more*
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    Feb 14 - posted by MusingMindsUK
  • The ‘5 W’s' are:

    Who
    What...  more*
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    Jun 5 - posted by MusingMindsUK
  • Plot Twist & Shout
    What is Plot?
    Please read this article to find out more what plot is. In that article, I dis...  more*
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    Jun 4 - posted by MusingMindsUK