When writing a story or a novel you need to know the surrounding for your characters. First you need to narrow down which country for state the story’s going to take place.Doing a little research before, can help with adding details later into your story. This exercise is by randomly picking a country or state you would love to write about.Do some research about what’s the capitol is, state bird, population, weather, state flower, what grows there, what animals lives there, state tree, etc… Check a map to see which states, cities, towns, or countries border around it. List lakes, rivers, streams and oceans.Get to know your setting as much as your know your character.When you get a book publish do not be surprise in the comments someone will nick pick everything from your grammar, editing skills, spelling and even your facts about certain trivia things.It’s better to be prepared to cover all bases.Write in your journal other countries or states to get a feel of doing research while you are writing your stories.Have fun with this project and just maybe you will find out interesting facts about state or country you are writing about.
What do you call when you restate when speaking or writing but you keep the basic meaning but tell it in your own words called___________________________.
This journal writing exercise is getting to know yourself better. I like to pull out my latest resume and have it handy. Look over your resume throughout the years. Even having a photos, from the past to help you remember. Now take out your journal and write down in chronological order all you have experienced in your lifetime. Start with your birth to the present. Write down good times and bad. Life experiences, fun times and if you feel comfortable write down hard times. Keep writing until your get to the present day…today. This journal writing has no word count.Just explore and relate all you experienced. This is one main step toward writing your own autobiography.Look back at your list and now fill in the blanks relating more of what happen than how you grew of the experiences.Amazing exercise to see how awesome you really are. You may even want to share your autobiography with your children or even to the world. This is just the beginning.
Journal Writing Exercise: Choose a Favorite Book You Love Would You Recommend It To Someone? Yes or No?
Journal writing exercise consist of picking out one of your favorite book fiction or non-fiction. Write down the title and author. Now write down a quick description of the book. In the next paragraph express who or why you would want that person to read this book. Explain why you picked that book for them? 200 words or less.
The next step you can let them borrow your book or buy them their own copy. Put a small note expressing why you choose that book for them. Go through your book shelf to find out other book you can share with others. Make a note which book your lend out to whom. Great reminder.
Organizing Tip: Here is My Organizing Tips for Snowy Trips When Having Food Allergies. Carpe Diem Middle Reader Fiction
Just yesterday, it was snowing, the thoughts of snow and slippery roads and stuck in a snowdrift is a worry we do not think of, until we are right in the middle of a big snowstorm. Besides having food allergies. Ice and snow calls for extra preparation and stocking your vehicle.
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