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Story Discovery

Roza Csergo

Series: Self-taught Writer

Story about:writing, writing tips, writing advice

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Description of book "Story Discovery"

Let's learn the principles of storytelling.

Follow along as I try my best to discover my voice, my writing style.

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Thank you for reading.

PS. If you have any writing-related tips or quotes that motivate and inspire you, please feel free to leave it in the comments section below.

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Kasey M.C. 18.07.2020, 01:53:35

Wow...... I'm really learning a lot from this book. Thank you for writing this book. I love it, and keep up the good work.

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Kasey M.C. 19.07.2020, 00:07:33

Roza Csergo, No problem and I will check out the rest of your books as soon when I can.

Marilyn Lucero 19.09.2019, 16:03:06

I had been wondering how to do copywrighting and ISBN thing but it's too bad of me to realized just now that you have it all explained here

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Roza Csergo 19.09.2019, 16:06:56

diamond46, I'm so happy you're reading my book.
Everything that you publish here is automatically copyrighted.
But if you want some peace of mind, then you can register the final version of your work according to your country's laws. I hope my research gives you some guidance.

Celeste I. 03.08.2019, 06:59:13

Very informative and useful, for newbies to amateurs, even maybe expert writers could learn a thing or two from this. I suck at certain elements, so hopefully, I can muster and use some of these well. Thanks for the story~

(Is it that bad to borrow an idea or two from other stories and change it up a bit to call your own? I mean, there's a saying that originality isn't a thing or as typical anymore. I'm just asking)

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Celeste I. 03.08.2019, 23:57:46

Roza Csergo, That's great to hear at the very least~

Brad Emshwiller 31.07.2019, 23:34:26

Tons of good information here. Big thanks.

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Roza Csergo 01.08.2019, 00:13:21

Thank you for reading my work. It means so much to me.

Brad Emshwiller 31.07.2019, 23:14:33

Well right off the bat I have to thank you for reminding me that copyright symbols are never a bad thing. I have a few that need it....

Roza Csergo 11.07.2019, 12:39:31

"Every story is made up of both events and characters. A story happens because a pattern is interrupted. If you are writing about a day that is like any other day, it is most likely a routine, not a story."

Roza Csergo 04.07.2019, 13:20:50

"Don't write for the market,
write for your readers.
It's not about writing a best-seller,
it's about sharing something
that can touch hearts
and shift minds."
~ Bryana Beecham, one of the authors of the anthology "Love Unlimited"

Roza Csergo 02.07.2019, 09:25:07

Quote of the day:
"After nourishment, shelter, and companionship,
stories are the things we need most in this world."
~ Philip Pullman, English novelist, writer of the fantasy trilogy "His Dark Materials".

Roza Csergo 29.06.2019, 16:36:56

The quote of the day comes from Roy T. Bennett, author of "The Light in the Heart"
"Never let hard lessons harden your heart;
the hard lessons of life are meant to make you better, not bitter."

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Roza Csergo 29.06.2019, 16:38:46

Roza Csergo, “Instead of worrying about what you cannot control,
shift your energy to what you can create.”
~ Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart

Ruby Rose 28.06.2019, 23:02:43

Excellent advice in this chapter as well. As writers, we spend a lot of time all alone with our thoughts, and we need a community of others.

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Ruby Rose 28.06.2019, 23:22:32

Roza Csergo, Absolutely. :)

Steve Ringer 28.06.2019, 12:36:41

I'm not a writer but this information is necessary to anyone who wants to be one.

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Roza Csergo 28.06.2019, 12:55:22

Steve Ringer, Your kind words mean a lot to me.
Thank you

Roza Csergo 28.06.2019, 10:39:31

Today's quote:
"There is no greater agony
than bearing an untold story
inside you."
~ Maya Angelou, poet and writer, memoirist and a civil rights activist.

Ruby Rose 27.06.2019, 19:14:11

Well done Roza! Filled with fantastic, useful information for writers.

“I can shake off everything as I write; my sorrows disappear, my courage is reborn.”
— Anne Frank

PS: Your writing did not reflect as a second tongue to me. Great job!

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Roza Csergo 27.06.2019, 19:19:12

Ruby Rose, Amazing quote. I love it.
And thank you for your comment.
I've been reading and writing in English for years.

Roza Csergo 27.06.2019, 09:21:37

Quote of the day:
"Don't forget - no one sees the world as you do,
so no one else can tell the stories that you have to tell."
~ Charles de Lint, writer of urban fantasy

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