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Stephen King On Twilight, 50 Shades of Grey, Lovecraft & More (55:51)
 
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Stephen King speaks on a number of topics and takes questions from students, faculty and others in a "Master's Class" before a bigger event at UMass Lowell. King also premiered a new story, "Afterlife": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j--hDgtmQIw
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How to Magically Outline Your Novel... (So It Practically Writes Itself)
 
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Click here: https://misquepress.leadpages.net/30daynovel-2/ to grab the Free Workbook that goes with this video! Novelists, if you are writing your novel without this AWESOME outline, you're probably struggling WAY more than you need to... and missing huge plot holes. This will help you nail that novel with a strong and dynamic internal structure.
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Five Facts For Characterization! [NaNoWriMo Day 13]
 
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Today I talk about my method for developing characters and give an impromptu speech about not quitting NaNoWriMo. SERIOUSLY THOUGH. Don't quit. There is zero reason to quit. Even if you don't win, just keep writing, and you'll still be happy with your results come December. Promise.

NaNoWriMo - http://www.nanowrimo.org/en/participants/kat-tastic
Twitter - https://twitter.com/kat_tastic
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Print Your Manuscript!
 
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Today's writing related video is all about printing out your manuscript and revising on paper instead of just the computer screen! Make lots of notes, use colors, and don't rush it!

My twitter - http://www.twitter.com/kat_tastic
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Cluster Plotting (Novel Planning)
 
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Johanna Harness shares her experience planning a novel using clustering techniques. This is especially helpful for those planning to participate in NaNoWriMo.
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Outline a story in under 5 minutes (or a little over)
 
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Author, student and teacher Adora Svitak demonstrates some basic elements of narratives and quickly outlines a story.
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Writing Your First Novel
 
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Buy the ebook online at Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Writing-Your-First-Novel-Reynolds-ebook/dp/B00ECFZTVY, or iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/book/writing-your-first-novel/id684068866?mt=11

John Reynolds will take you through the key stages in writing a novel. If you've never written a novel or would like to improve your writing ability this will also be of interest to you. His first novel Uncommon Enemy is available as an eBook on Amazon Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/Uncommon-Enemy-John-Reynolds-ebook/dp/B00BIT4Z1W
Visit John Reynolds online at http://www.drjohnreynolds.com
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TOP 13 BOOKS OF 2013!
 
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Today I'm sharing my top 13 favorite books of 2013! They're all "really good" and "so cool" (because apparently I don't know any other adjectives). But hey, if you're in need of some new book recommendations, you've come to the right place!

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How to NaNoWriMo
 
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THE SNOWFLAKE METHOD: http://www.advancedfictionwriting.com/articles/snowflake-method/

NaNoWriMo: http://nanowrimo.org
My NaNo page: http://nanowrimo.org/participants/littlebookowl
The forums: http://nanowrimo.org/forums

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- Music by Kevin Macleod / incompetech.com -

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The Top 5 Mistakes Amateur Writers Make
 
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Learn the top 5 mistakes that amateur writers make and how to avoid them. Below are additional links that will help you correct the issues with your novel.

Point of View:

Head Hopping: http://thewriteditor.wordpress.com/2013/11/26/the-difference-between-omniscient-pov-and-head-hopping/

Developing a solid third person point of view (either omniscient or third limited): http://thewriteditor.wordpress.com/2013/12/04/developing-a-solid-third-person-point-of-view/

Telling vs. Showing

How to show instead of tell in your writing: http://thewriteditor.wordpress.com/2014/02/17/how-to-show-instead-of-tell-in-your-writing/

Conflict

How to plot a novel (a lot of info about conflict is included): http://thewriteditor.wordpress.com/how-to-plot-a-novel/

For more help with writing or to check out my editing services, visit my website:
http://thewriteditor.wordpress.com

Feel free to shoot me an email with questions or video ideas: ellenbrock (at) keytopservices (dot) com
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My NaNoWriMo Survival Kit!
 
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Today I share my NaNoWriMo survival kit! NaNoWriMo is a very dangerous event, so try really hard to survive it. 4 out of 5 doctors recommend not dying. That 5th one is an asshole.

Let's be NaNoWriMo friends! http://www.nanowrimo.org/en/participants/kat-tastic

I love twitter! https://twitter.com/kat_tastic

Check out other survival kits in the NaNoWriMo forums! http://www.nanowrimo.org/en/forums/reaching-50-000/threads/61938
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Marry, Kiss, Cliff! [Book Tag]
 
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Today I'm doing the Marry, Kiss, Cliff tag! There is entirely too much singing in this video. I apologize. I also apologize for pushing some of your favorite love interests off of imaginary cliffs. Sorry. It was difficult for me, too.

Tag was created by: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jio5tHpGjQ

And the method of choosing names came from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6c4tTQDQ84


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Book Haul Spectacular! [NaNoWriMo Day 16]
 
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I'm starting to run out of NaNoWriMo-type things to talk to you guys about, so today I just show off all the books I got in the mail! WOO YEAH BOOKS!

NaNoWriMo - http://www.nanowrimo.org/en/participants/kat-tastic
Twitter - https://twitter.com/kat_tastic
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How to Write a Book - In just Hours!
 
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A Simple step-by-step system for turning your ideas into actual books. I let you WATCH from the beginning as I brainstorm creating something from nothing knowing that it will create income for many years to come. Overcome writers block and actually START your project TODAY by following these simple proven steps. This will make the difference between having an actual PROJECT or a 'work in progress' versus just an 'idea' which often ends up being just a fantasy that is never even started.

Getting started is half the battle and the most important thing for you to do. This is how I do it. It's worked for me and others that have followed it.
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Have you been thinking, "How do I write a book?" Natalie MacNeil, author of She Takes on the World, has your back! She talks about her own experience writing a book and how you can write a book too. Be sure to come to http://shetakesontheworld.com/2013/03/how-do-i-write-a-book.html ‎after watching the episode to talk all about the publishing process and find out the #1 resource Natalie uses as an author.
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BOOKSHELF TOUR! [Spring 2013]
 
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That's right! It's time for the bookshelf tour update! In the first 7 minutes I do a quickie tour of my shelves overall, then for the rest of the video I go through each shelf, book by book, showing the covers. GET COMFORTABLE. IT'S GONNA BE A LONG ONE.

CHECK OUT MY UPDATED BOOKSHELF TOUR HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PrPGkJmktWg

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Goodreads - http://www.goodreads.com/katytastic
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Story [Factors of a Great Novel #3]
 
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Today I discuss story! It's all about conflict, cause, and escalating problems!

My twitter - http://www.twitter.com/kat_tastic

More in the writing/revising playlist : http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLw366ja7A0_cxTj-ZPftTqst5LV_Tnilt
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BOOKSHELF TOUR [END OF 2013]
 
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HOLY BOOKS, BATMAN! Welcome to my updated bookshelf tour as of the end of 2013! Editing this video nearly killed me, so I hope you enjoy it! :)

Previous Bookshelf Tour: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u80Rb1Pv7r0

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Finishing Books & Series!
 
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Today I discuss finishing books and series! I am a finisher--even if it's bad, I will read that book to the end. What are your habits on finishing books and series? Are you totally committed or do you peace out if the reading gets rough?

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Vintage Writing Sounds - ASMR
 
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Relax as I take what could be an 80 year old dip pen and introduce it to ink for the very first time. My son and daughter-in-law gave me this pen as a gift. It is a pen that was sold as a souvenir at a tourist attraction called Cave of the Winds, in Colorado. I believe it to be from the 1930's but cannot be certain. Perhaps it is newer, but then again I suppose it could be older...who knows. Headphones or ear-buds are recommended for this video.

The pen is made from what appears to be brass and has a Mother of Pearl body. Also in the box was a nice hand-painted, Mother of Pearl letter opener. I must admit that I was surprised by not only how well the pen wrote, but by the amount of line variation I was able to achieve. This video is not a review, but rather me simply enjoying a very thoughtful gift. For all of you eagle-eyed types, yes, I realize that I wrote a word or two twice, that was intentional because I wasn't happy with the first one, so no need to call me out on it. Out of habit, I also wrote "fountain pen" when I should have wrote "dip pen". No biggie, just relax and enjoy:)

If you are wondering what I am writing at the time a massive drop of ink fell from the over-loaded pen, it was just some information I found on the internet about the Cave of the Winds attraction. I was going to read it after I wrote it, but due to the video taking an ugly turn, I decided on the fly to just post it here in the description. Enjoy:)

Cave of the Winds info:
Discovered in 1869 and opened to public tours in 1881, Cave of the Winds has been a place for visitors to explore the underground world for 130 years. But the history of the caves goes back even further -- it's millions of years old!

Early legends of the Jicarilla Apaches, who migrated through the Pikes Peak region around 1000 AD, told of a cave in the Manitou Springs area where the Great Spirit of the Wind resided.

In 1869, a recent settler to Williams Canyon named Arthur B. Love became intrigued by a cleft in the canyon's western wall. When he investigated the opening, he discovered a large limestone archway and a cave entrance that would later become Cave of the Winds.

The modern era of Cave of the Winds began when brothers John and George Pickett went looking for new caves on a scouting trip in Williams Canyon in 1880. They discovered a small shelter cave near the limestone archway.

When they lit their candles, they noticed that the flames flickered in the wind that blew from a nearby crevice. When they crawled through the passageway, they emerged into a large chamber that promised a world of exploration.

That world of exploration was opened up by George Washington Snider, a stone cutter from Ohio who traveled to Colorado seeking fame and fortune. In the fall of 1880, Snider excavated passages from the Williams Canyon caves and discovered Canopy Hall. "It was as though Aladdin with his wonderful lamp had effected the magic result," Snider wrote.

Snider continued to excavate and began preparations for guided tours. Cave of the Winds has been in continuous operation since February 1881 -- making it one of Colorado's original visitor attractions!

Electrical lights were switched on in the caves on July 4, 1907, and visitors began traveling to Cave of the Winds in even great numbers -- first by carriage and railroad, and now by car and SUV!

Headphones or ear-buds are recommended for this video.
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THE BOOK TOWER CHALLENGE
 
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CHALLENGE TIME. LET'S DO THIS.
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1.) A first book in a series.
2.) A second book in a different series.
3.) A book with blue on the cover.
4.) A book that's title is 7 letters long. No more, no less.
5.) A book you've never read.
6.) A book with the sky on it.
7.) An author with the same first letter of their forename as yours (for me that would be J for Joel eg. J.K Rowling).
8.) A classic.
9.) A non-fiction.
10.) A book with four or more colours on its spine.
11.) A book that says "#1 New York Times Bestseller" on the front... yes these are very precise things you need to find.
12.) The smallest (smallest width and length, not just by pages) book on your shelf.
13.) The latest book you bought (if you bought more than one at once, just pick one of those at random).
14). A book that has a cover with a face on it.
15.) A spin-off book.
16.) A book that was published over 10 years ago.
17.) A book with a sequel coming out next year.
18.) An author who has got the same first letter of their forename as their surname.
19.) A book with an epilogue.
20.) And lastly, a book that has a title that features a made up word.

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public domain: finale from William Tell Overture
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How to Outline a Scene for a Novel or Short Story
 
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This is how I develop a scene plan from an idea in a synopsis, either as part of the outlining process or just before writing it. For a copy of the scene template as a Word doc, PDF, or as part of a Scrivener Template, visit: http://carolinenorrington.com/2013/09/27/how-to-plan-a-scene/
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