The basic goal in this workbook is for the writer to write at least one new story each month for twelve months.
Author: Heather Schuldt
The basic goal in this workbook is for the writer to write at least one new story each month for twelve months. The writer is in charge of writing more or less. The suggested word count for each story is 750-1,000 words, a 3-minute story. However, writers can write a novella or a full length novel if led to do so. This workbook can be used by individual writers, a writing group, a book club, or writing classes. In twelve chapters, the writer will have an opportunity to explore themes, settings, story conflicts, and complete a story each month. The writer will have an opportunity to develop writing skills and use his or her talent to exercise the craft of writing a good story in twelve chapters that coincide with twelve months. Over the course of one year, the writer will be encouraged to write a new pitch each month and attend a writing conference. At the beginning of the workbook, the writer can take a motivation test to see the level of awareness he or she has for writing stories and the level of awareness for writing for the benefit of others. The purpose of the motivation test is to see progress over one year. By taking the test before and after the workbook is complete, the writer can see real development in commitment to writing stories. This workbook is a place where writers will be motivated by seeing a compilation of stories over the course of one year.
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Author: Marquis Who's Who
Publisher: Marquis Whos Who
Authoritative and accurate information you need on the careers and credentials of the world's leading business executives in one handy source Who's Who in Finance and Industry lists top professionals from the United States and more than 160 other nations and territories. This expanded international focus provides current biographical information on leaders and achievers in technologically advanced economies as well as in emerging markets. To keep up with the ever-changing economic and corporate climates, new entries are added regularly to Who's Who in Finance and Industry. Among the 11,000 new entries included in the 31st edition, you'll find these noted individuals: -- Senior executives of the largest U.S. firms as measured by revenue -- Chairpersons and presidents of North America's stock exchanges -- Presidents of chambers of commerce in cities across the country -- Heads of federal departments, commissions, and boards concerned with agriculture, commerce, energy, labor, transportation, and finance -- Chairpersons, presidents, and CEOs of the largest minority-owned businesses -- Chairpersons, presidents, and CEOs of the largest Mexican and Canadian industrial firms -- Administrators and professors from the top business schools in the U.S., Mexico, and Canada Includes a comprehensive Professional Index to make your research fast and easy.