Pie Corbett on Igniting Writing
How do real writers begin the creative process?
“We know that there needs to be that initial moment of inspiration – an event, observation, or experience – that acts as a catalyst. After that, the writer’s craft hones and shapes the story, allowing the characters, setting and plot to speak to the reader.
The first challenge with getting children to write is offering them that initial, creative experience that fires their imaginations and makes them want to write. After that, you need to focus on the ‘how’. For access to quality fiction and non-fiction resources, look no further than
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