The Scriptorium Webzine for Writers Newsletter--October 2009
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THE SCRIPTORIUM NEWSLETTER October 2009
New Faces, New Voices...
Change is good!
>> ON WRITING
Zero to One Column
by Chuck Heintzelman
The biggest writing careers start with a small step...
Article by Holly Lisle
Creating The Premise for Your Novel
Article by Scruffy Scribe
Ten Tips for New Writers
Article by Will Ross
Stop Procrastinating - Write Your Article Or Book Today
Article by Angela Booth
'I Can Write A Book In A Weekend,' And Five Other Annoying
Things Beginners Say
Article by Dana Girard
Links to articles on outlining, procrastination, creating
a good hook, and secret weapons of research.
Want to get started writing science fiction? Melissa Scott
shows you the way in Conceiving The Heavens: Creating the
Science Fiction Novel.
>> WRITERS SHOPS
Don't miss this month's great deals and new items!
Fire up your brain with exercises on Twitter stories,
dangerous wishes, and pets lost and found.
>> YOUNG WRITERS
A new guest article for young writers, new links,
and new creativity prompts to get your brain in gear!
Looking for inspiration? Check out new designs at The
Scriptorium Shop, http://www.cafepress.com/thescriptorium
>> PLUS a new Q&A and story starters in the toolbox, gift
ideas for writers, and be sure to take this month's poll...
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The Scriptorium Webzine for Writers
Sherry D. Ramsey, Editor & Publisher
Julie A. Serroul, Associate Editor
Chuck Heintzelman, Columnist