Did you have imaginary friends as a
child? Did you pretend to be someone else while you were
playing? If you did, you're as normal as two-thirds of
children surveyed as part of a study by University of Washington and University of Oregon psychologists.
This type of play is rich in the tools
future writers will need to create great fiction, develop
interesting characters, and tell good stories.
Why not delve back into your childhood
this week and remember the characters and stories that
There are points in almost every story where exposition is necessary. Working out when to explain the plot and when to leave the reader to draw their own conclusions can be tricky for even experienced writers.
Plotting your story - structure
articles on the Fiction Writing site
plan or not to plan
the Fiction Writing forum
Did your fiction skills develop early,
in childhood, or did you discover your love of telling a story
us about it on the forum!
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