Posts Tagged ‘Story’

How to write a story | John Dufresne | TEDxFIU

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Take a journey inside a writer’s mind and learn his approach to creating a story.

John Dufresne is the author of five novels, two of which were New York Times Notable Books of the Year, two short story collections and two books on writing and creativity: The Lie That Tells a Truth: a Guide to Writing Fiction and Is Life Like This?: a Guide to Writing Your First Novel in Six Months. The New York Times Book Review wrote of his latest novel, No Regrets, Coyote, “Dufresne is an original talent. His humor is frightfully dark, but also quite dazzling – even by the exacting standards of South Florida crime fiction.” Dufresne was a 2012-13 Guggenheim Fellow and teaches in FIU’s Creative Writing MFA program.

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Learning how to write a short story is beneficial for so many reasons (which we cover). Even if writing short stories isn’t your preferred medium, there’s a lot to gain from mastering them.

In this video, we break down how to write a short story step-by-step

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Now that you’ve gathered story ideas and photos, and chosen which stories are most important for you to tell, here are some useful ideas that will make the writing (or recording) process easier and far less painful!

Content writing is always in demand and you can earn handsome money by submitting quality posts/ stories to some big magazine & publishing houses. In this video, I have shared a little overview of How profitable content writing is? Also shared a few website URL where you will get a list of websites that pay 0 or more per article/ story submission.

Here are a few websites that I have collected from Google. Please click on the URL below to get the list of High Paying writing websites –

1) https://www.makealivingwriting.com/earn-money-online-websites-that-pay-writers-spring-2016/
2) https://moneypantry.com/get-paid-to-write/
3) https://www.writersincharge.com/websites-that-pay/
4) https://www.hostinger.in/tutorials/get-paid-to-write
5) https://moneypantry.com/earn-100-today-without-investment/
6) http://www.jeffbullas.com/20-amazing-sites-that-will-pay-you-100-per-article/

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1) How to get direct clients and orders – Article writing job PART 2 – https://youtu.be/ThaI2qZAW24

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The beginning and ending of a story in a newspaper are two incredibly important elements of any piece. Start and end a story in a newspaper with help from a writer, actor and corporate language trainer in this free video clip.

Expert: Sandra L. Campbell
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Bio: Sandra Campbell is a writer, actor and corporate language trainer.
Filmmaker: Vincent Vasquez

Series Description: Whether you’re trying to self-publish the great American novel or need to figure out how to cite a particular television show for a newspaper article, everyone could use a little help every now and again. Get tips on publishing, teaching and more with help from a writer, actor and corporate language trainer in this free video series.
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Articles of Style - Origin Story with Dan Trepanier

Thanks to Carl Murawski for putting together this interview.

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How to Find Time to Write - and Finish Your Short Story, Article or Novel

How to find time to write when you have to hold down a full-time job, look after the kids and do all the other stuff of daily life, is a good one. And here’s a good answer. To learn about freelance writing in more detail, go here: http://hubpages.com/@austinhackney For my informal ramblings and long-form essays, my blog is here: http://austinhackney.co.uk
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Reading Staretegies of English Laguage.
This video will tell you about
What is a Feature Article
What is a Profile Feature Story

This video will be helpful for people who have interest in English as a Teaching Language or Who work as Content Writer or Who Just Simply Like to write or read articles, books etc.