The Stages of Storytelling

I love this site and the newsletter that comes with it. The posts offer practical advice and inspiration for writers of all levels.

The site promotes a couple of kinds of story development software, but you don’t need to buy either to enjoy the current posts and the archive.

Today’s post breaks writing down into four steps.

  1. Inspiration
  2. Development
  3. Exposition
  4. Storytelling

My current projects are on the fifth step–revision, but that involves looking back at the others to evaluate my original intention and to “see again” (re-vise) what the story has become.

Where are you in this process?

See Me Around the Internet

My contemporary acrylics on canvas

My Authors Guild Site

Art ideas for kids related to my book, Everyday Art for the Classroom Teacher

My handle on Instagram

Poetry Prompts and Samples Related to My Chapbook Early Tigers

My Writing Page on Facebook

My Stock Photo Portfolio on iStock

Life on Colorado’s Western Slope

Learning Ideas for Pre-K- Grade 1 Related to my Book ABC Follow Me

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