Cristy Burne

Tips

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Phew! I’ve collected a list of online resources for young writers, teachers, creators, homeschoolers and anyone who’s keen to learn more about the craft of writing and creative writing…

Enjoy!

(Got a moment? Let me know what you think and if it was useful :-))

HOT TIPS….BEGIN!

1: Top ten tips for writing great stories. Perfect for students.

2: GR8 Tips for Writing GR8 Short Stories. Great for writing short stories.

3: Looking for opportunities and writing competitions for young writers? Check WritingWA’s terrific page for young writers.

4: Five top tips for turning your child on to reading Advice for parents with reluctant readers

6: Twelve ways to read a picture book Advice from visual literacy expert Dr Ernie Bond on deconstructing picture books.

7: Author marketing: example bios, straplines and spiffing pants Advice from Hachette Australia’s Jaki Arthur on how to market yourself as an author.

8: Six top tips: Preparing for the NAPLAN narrative writing test Ideas on how to quickly establish great characters and emotionally involve your reader – also useful to those not about to take a NAPLAN test 😉

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9: Fifteen things I learned redrafting my novel: how to edit your own work Advice is hard to take, especially when you’re giving it to yourself, but I have learned the hard way.

10: How to steal story ideas and ingredients from history, science and culture Blast away the fictional cobwebs with some inspiration from the real world. It really works!

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11: How to write a synopsis: four big secrets and an example Because we all need a gripping blurb…

12: How to get published: secrets revealed at the Perth Writers Festival Some gems from publishing professionals.

13: Ten questions your TV pitch should answer…with producer Amanda Higgs Loved ‘Secret Life of Us’ or ‘The Time of Our Lives’? Check out these tips from producer Amanda Higgs.

14: Three-step CPR for your feature film script (or my over-edited novel) Stuck with your draft novel and don’t know where to turn? Try this.

15: Want to get inspired or peek behind the scenes into how a book gets made? Invite me to speak at your school, festival or library.

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