Writing Exercises

Nothing improves your writing more than simply to write.  On Morgen Bailey’s Blog she has writing Exercises that will help improve your writing and thought processes.  I encourage you to take a look at these exercises and fine tune your writing skills. Find your passion.  What motivates you and then practice.  Don’t forget to keep writing on a continual basis! From poetry prompts to writing in 1st Person, etc….  I’m sure you can’t lose with these.

 

Go here: Morgen’s Online Script Writing Grouphttp://scriptwritinggroup.wordpress.com/exercises/

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    Jul 28, 2014 @ 03:42:17

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