Use this series of visual haiku writing prompts to exercise your haiku writing skills! Writing haiku means capturing a single moment in time. These prompts will help spur your imagination!
Learn how to use the Three-Act structure to create riveting stories, and see expert examples of the Three-Act structure from 1982’s Poltergeist!
Learn to use the haiku format to write beautiful haiku poetry in three easy steps. Read five expert examples of haiku.
In 1951 the film Rashomon, by famed Japanese director, Akira Kurosawa, premiered at the Venice Film Festival and changed storytelling forever. Rashomon created a revolutionary plot device called the Rashomon Effect. Learn how to use the Rashomon Effect!
Learn what is second person point of view. Find examples of second person point of view, and discover how to write 2nd person POV!
This writing exercise will help you develop a research question find credible sources and outline your controlling idea.
Learn what an unreliable narrator is, and how to write one in your story. Plus, examples of the six types of unreliable narrators!
This writing exercise will help you create an inciting event for your novel. Along with your an inciting event we’ll map out your plot points too!
Learn what first person point of view is and how to use first person point of view. Also, look at expert examples of first person POV.
Learn how to write a conclusion in 3 simple steps, and no time at all! Find out what a good conclusion looks like, and how to write a terrific one!