The look in her eyes – Part 1

Written by Deepshikha Mohapatro

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She ran indeedrepparttar house calling out “Romi, get up there is a fire”. She picked up Romi fromrepparttar 143540 bed. Suddenly she threw him out ofrepparttar 143541 window and jumped. She new it for sure that there not much time to go downstairs and walk out ofrepparttar 143542 door,repparttar 143543 house would come down. There was someone outside ready to catch Romi. How did she know that someone would be there to catch her baby? She was onrepparttar 143544 ground and Romi was safe in a strangers arm. The house was falling into pieces. It seemed like all this had happened before and she had seen it. Maybe it was her dream turning into reality, dreams that were haunting her. Fear smiled on her face.

To be continued…..


Story Development Software: Good or Evil?

Written by David B. Silva

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Truby's Blockbuster, onrepparttar other hand, quickly gets me torepparttar 143327 heart of my story and has me puttingrepparttar 143328 pieces together in a relatively short time. I don't use it for all my projects, but find it most helpful forrepparttar 143329 bigger books.

Could I write withoutrepparttar 143330 use of software?

Of course.

Would my stories be better for it?

Probably no better. Probably no worse.

Then what'srepparttar 143331 point?

The point is this: story development software can serve both good and evil, depending on how you use it. If you rely too heavily onrepparttar 143332 software, then you defeatrepparttar 143333 purpose of being a writer, which is to bring your own take onrepparttar 143334 world into your work. Your stories will likely begin to all read alike, very cookie-cutter and pre-fabbed. You'll be moving us another step closer torepparttar 143335 day when computers will write our books for us.

But if you userepparttar 143336 software to organize your thoughts, to makerepparttar 143337 initial brainstorming process quicker and more efficient, without relying too heavily on each and every aspect ofrepparttar 143338 software, then it can serverepparttar 143339 good in your work.

Much likerepparttar 143340 rules of grammar,repparttar 143341 rules of struture and story development are there to guide you. Once you thoroughly understand how they work, you're freer to break them. This is when you step forward as a writer, with your own voice, and your own creative approach to writing.

If you'd like to check out some of these programs, here are some good places to get started:

Novel-Writing Programs: Screenwriting Programs:

Whether you decide to use story-development software or not---Steinbeck, Hemmingway, Faulkner and many others did just fine without them---always remember to bring yourself to your work.

That'srepparttar 143342 only true way you'll ever be an original writer.

The Successful Writer

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