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Explain the type of story ideas i think about are

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Explain The type of story ideas I think about are going to be like a self-help book, but made into a story. Therefore, my stories are stories that is going to have a strong message. Also, these stories are going to be based on my life or based on a client I once had. For instance, I was in an abusive relationship for years, where it tore down my self-worth, and how it affected me through everything I did in life. Another story could be about a woman who is going through the struggles of dating. The type of stories I want to write for this class are going to have a strong message on love, dating, self-love, and just getting to know the real you, but made into a story, but also helping the reader. When it comes to writing, I want to really tap into my emotions and put it all on paper, so my readers can feel what I am feeling and see what I can see. I want my stories to come to life for my readers. In conclusion, Creative writing is a form of art where the mind can freely express ideas, emotions, and the ability to magnetize your readers. By letting them in your world of your creativity. Creative writing should be fun because it's an expression of the writer. I am looking
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4 forward for the next four weeks to see how I can tap into my creativity side so I can learn to tell amazing stories that comes to life in my reader's minds and help them with whatever they are going through in their life.
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5 References Sellers, H. (2017). The Practice of Creative Writing: A Guide for Students (3rd ed.). Boston, MA: Bedford.
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  • Spring '11
  • Stuart
  • Writing, The Reader, Creative Writing Journal

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