Professional creativity-enhancing writing strategies, techniques, and writing samples for clarity, closure, and commitment. Writing to help others, for health, resilience and confidence.
This content covers active versus flat writing, creating moods, textures, tones, body languages, gestures, behaviors, imagery, and tag lines, for numerous areas of professional creative writing, including fiction, non-fiction, technical writing iterations and applications, personal history, creative genealogy writing, reporting, and script writing for education/training or entertainment.
Writing Outside the Box also discusses genres such as historical, romance, time-travel, mystery, suspense, mainstream, and writing children's books, using your original poems, song lyrics, or expanding popular proverbs into stories or books, gift books, and publishing your own books and booklets, including writing, formatting, and publishing shorter romance novels and stories.
You'll learn about how to write corporate case histories, interview people to write personal and family history life story highlights and experiences, create time capsules, adapt scripts or plays into novels, write short stories, and learn more about uses of poetry as therapy in careers. You'll also learn possibilities for the writer in residence in business or education, and writing scripts for various events from ancient-themed weddings and celebrations to writing for wide panorama of applications from news releases and business to fiction with conviction.
This book also contains links to the author's video on how to be a personal historian and also the author's audio talk on what to expect from careers and strategies for technical writing, and other links to various resources for writers, editors, publishers, and interviewers.
Whether you write fiction, nonfiction, genre and mainstream or historical novels, stories, scripts, plays, or personal history and genealogy, you'll learn how to write stories or novels or adapt plays and scripts to novels and vice versa, using the push-and-pull odd and even chapters of a 24- chapter novel.
The technique shows how to use 12 pull chapters and 12 pull chapters, which also can be done with 8 pull and 8 push chapters of a 16-chapter romance or suspense novel. With even chapters in any genre or mainstream novel, half of the chapters create tension and half of the chapters bring people together. This works well in a wide variety of novels, not only romance, but also historical or thrillers.
Learn how to write corporate success stories and news releases or how to adapt and expand or reduce your fiction writing to fit your market, whether it's family history and time capsules, market-sized niche books, stories, romance and your romance genres, historical time-travel, writing audio or stage plays, or scripting those ancient-themed events.
This book focuses on enhancing your creativity, persistence in writing, and thinking outside the box in the niche-markets. You'll learn how to write for the changing content creation industries, digital or print content arenas, conventional and unconventional markets for writing, publishing by and helping others learn to write with clarity and brevity what markets will buy, and how to research what readers/viewers want.
The book also opens your ideas to learn more about what's happening in the fields of creative writing as therapy for de-stressing, and for finding inner peace within the various expressive arts therapies. Do you write poetry, personal history, memoirs, multimedia, radio or stage plays, or movie scripts? Write to sell? Write to teach/train, or report research news? Writing for your own closure, commitment, or simplicity?
Writing for people who think outside the box can help expand and adapt your roads to numerous niche and conventional publishing worlds where both multimedia and print stages open new platforms of expertise with which to connect.