A Writer’s Guidebook

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Getting the story out of your head, onto the page, has never been easier. Step 1: Choose a picture, photograph, or draw your own. Step 2: Follow the step-by-step writing prompts in this book. Still can’t think of anything to write about? Choose a Jump Starter word to help you get your pen in motion. Step 3: Put it all together. Let your imagination run wild and write that story. It could be real (non-fiction) or imaginary (fiction). Use some, none, or all of your pre-writing to write a mystery, thriller, romance, adventure, poem, myth, fairy tale, horror, science fiction, historical fiction, western, or tall tale, because you are . . . Writing in the Rough! Don’t wait a minute longer. Grab your pen and start writing today!

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In this series, The Shape of Things, you will not only write fantastic stories, but will learn about shapes at the same time. For example, how many sides does a hexagon have? When is a pentagon not a pentagon? Step 1: Draw a picture using the shapes inside the box. Step 2: Follow the step-by-step writing prompts in this book. Still can’t think of anything to write about? Choose a Jump Starter word to help you get your pen in motion. Step 3: Put it all together. Let your imagination run wild and write that story.

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Getting the story out of your head, onto the page, has never been easier. In this series, you will gaze into the adorable eyes of Izzy (the rescue dog) as she begs you to write your own “howling” tales.