He turned out one or two novels a year for over twenty-five years, bringing his grand total of novels, short stories, screenplays, and even comic books to over forty.
Nailahi - April 14th, 8: BorysK - March 14th, I am not a writer, but it is inspiring, full of great anecdotes and packed with knowledge. BDRichardson - March 4th, Thanks a lot for that. On Writing might have changed my writing life. Thanks for the permission slip, and lighting my exodus from "politically correct society.
But I figured I owed you some kudos. David Hoag - February 25th, 5: Now write five ways of continuing the story, not ending the story, but continuing the story to the next event, scene, etc.
Let your imagination go wild. Loosen up your thinking about the events in the story. Your what ifs can be as diverse as your imagination can make them. More than likely, and this has proved to be true through years of teaching and writing, one of the what ifs will feel right, organic, to your story and that is the direction in which you should go.
Sometimes you will have to do several groups of what ifs per story, but thats OK as long as they keep you moving forward.
That said, it seems to me that the best generator of fiction would consist of a team. The team would be part child-like and preferably young to do the sort of thing that children do all the time dreaming up what-if situations at a moments notice; this team-member, by definition, would be the artist.
Part of the team would also have to be well educated in the use of the English language -- knowing the subtleties of meanings, how to change voice and how to change point of view, and when to do it; this part of the team would, by definition, be skilled.
The best candidate for this educated part of the team would be an experienced fiction writer. This truth was brought home to me a few years ago as my year- old grandson, Richie, sat at this computer and composed a brief story based on an ancient culture which he was then studying in social studies.
The assignment would be judged by both his Social Studies and English teachers. The complexity of the story that he turned out in one evening was something that I marvel at, even now. It would have taken me at least a week to do that.Books at Amazon.
The attheheels.com Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more. “On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft,” was written in by Stephen King.
This book is one of Kings few non-fiction works and reads like a textbook for writers. The book also is somewhat a on writing by stephen kingdoes anyone know the theme of on writing by stphen king.
Yes. Stephen King is writing about the art of writing in this book. 🔥Citing and more! Add citations directly into your paper, Check for unintentional plagiarism and check for writing mistakes. Writing is an art form created by past experiences, future hopes, fantasies, and limitless imagination.
It brings feelings, knowledge, adventure, mystery, and foreign times and places to life. about writing it, but the easy answer isn’t always the truth.
Colonel Sanders sold a hell of a lot of fried chicken, but I’m not sure anyone wants to know how he made it. - From On Writing. by Stephen King, The whole process of creative writing reminds me of Robert Frosts poem The Road Not Taken.
The only given is that a character does SOMETHING, Who the character is, and what the character does, is something that is left entirely up to the writer.