| Style | Narration | Description | Dialogue | Plot Development | Characterization | Websites for Writers
Road Trip Activities for the Car: Poetry Writing — suggested by students of a poetry class at Fuller Library.
Poetry Resources — suggested by Natalie, a young reader of our website.
Maryville University Online’s Literary Devices Guide — a link sent to us by Peyton, a 13-year-old aspiring writer.
A Guide to Writing for College by Veritas Prep sent to us by the Teen Zone Writing Club at Veritas Prep in Tennesee. Good links!
102 Common English Idioms with Meaning and Examples from Michelle, an English teacher.
Homophones, they are everywhere. Suggested by Cloe, a visitor to our website.
The Student’s Internet Research Guide from InternetAdvisor.com
Style Manuals – You pick the one you like, and stick to it.
|https://www.perlego.com/knowledge/apa-guide/what-is-apa-citation-style/||A referencing and citations guide for APA and Harvard formats. The guide features tons of examples of how to cite various works in each format.|
|www.aaanet.org/publications/style_guide.pdf||The American Anthropological Association style guide has some interesting stuff.|
|www.bartleby.com/141/||Online Strunk & White, Elements of Style, you can’t go wrong with this information.|
|http://owl.english.purdue.edu/CMS||The Chicago Manual of Style (CMS) covers a variety of topics from manuscript preparation and publication to grammar, usage, and documentation. Perdue OWL|
|http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/MLA||Modern Language Association (MLA) style guide from Perdue OWL|
|http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/APA||APA (American Psychological Association) style guidelines from Perdue OWL|
Plot Development: Climax, Resolution, and Your Main Character
Plot Development: How To Create A Plot Outline In 8 Easy Steps
11 Plot Pitfalls – And How to Rescue Your Story
Plots and Stories
Why Readers Read Mysteries — James N. Frey