Writing Skills

: Description: Resources to help students prepare for literature examinations [ More Information ]
: Description: RhymeZone allows the user to enter a word and have a variety of feedback ­ rhyming words,synonyms, antonyms, definitions, quotations and more! The cost of this resource is Free, [ More Information ]
: Description: A simple book publishing tool: put your book content into PressBooks, choose a book design theme, and export into: •ebooks format (for Kindle, iBooks, Nook, Kobo and others) •typeset PDF (for print-on-demand and other uses) •more exotic XML formats Write your own book. Teachers of English classes create books out of stories written by students. University professors write materials for their classes. [ More Information ]
: Description: A 184-page manual packed with all the information you need to easily plan and write a novel... This book will lay out everything you need to know about plotting, characters, setting, research, pacing and scene structure, getting the writing right, and preparing for submission to agents and editors. [ More Information ]
: Description: This comprehensive book will show you: * What you need to consider before you start writing your book * The different types of children's books * Why children's fiction is different from other fiction * What is important in children's fiction * How to create believable characters * How to write realistic dialogue *How to make sure your reader is 'hooked' after the first two pages * How to show your reader instead of telling them * Plotting and creating your book * Editing and polishing your work to a professional standard *The most common problems of novice writers [ More Information ]
: Description: This ebook allows you to develop, design, and write a professional quality how-to book so you can share your knowledge and passion with others. [ More Information ]
: Description: An international writing project, the limericks frequently use local spellings, grammar, punctuation and, most likely, rhymes that may not be familiar to all readers. Please keep in mind that what may at first look like an error is more likely to be an appropriate regionalism, correct according to the standards of the writer's home country. [ More Information ]

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