Story Starters: 101 Novel Ideas for Starting your Story

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101 fun, interesting writing prompts, plus a cool picture prompts bonus section. More

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About Stephanie A. Mayberry

“I have fully submitted myself to God, presented myself as an empty, willing vessel for Him to use. And that is how He uses me. Writing is my ministry; it is my service to Jesus.” ~Stephanie A. Mayberry

Stephanie A. Mayberry is a Christian author whose passion for writing has become her ministry. A widely published, professional freelance writer living in North Charleston, South Carolina, she is fulfilling her calling of ministry through her writing.

As an adult with Asperger’s Syndrome, she ministers to other Aspies (people with Asperger’s Syndrome) through her blog, The Christian Aspie and several books she has written about being a Christian with Asperger’s Syndrome. She also uses her experiences with domestic violence to reach out to people who have been through abuse and help them find healing through Jesus.

But God has also impressed upon her to write other titles as well. As she says, “God writes the words, I just hold the pen.”
You can read Stephanie’s work in Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Power of Gratitude, Transition Magazine in Canada, Mobile RVing, HealthPlanSenior.org, and others.

Upcoming projects include:

Joy in Ashes – Stephanie’s firsthand account of God’s faithfulness and provision during an unspeakably difficult trial in her life.
Boots on the Ground - Tells the story of Stephanie’s experiences working with FEMA in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy which devastated parts of New York and surrounding areas in October 2012.

Stephanie is a full time freelance writer and portrait photographer living in North Charleston, South Carolina with her infinitely patient husband, C.W and her adored, “9 pounds of fury,” Chihuahua Gizmo.

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Review by: Qhaddafy on Sep. 04, 2013 :
'First Lines', 'Open Ended...', or 'Story Bullet' contain nothing but a very basic starter. Any decent fiction-writers will come up with such ideas, sooner or later. The 'Plot Lines' and 'Probing Q' chapters however, are different. Those two has many decent ideas for starting your story, and even some are quite original. Like 'Mandy's neigbours' ; definitely a great plot for mystery, horror, conspiracy, or even a romance novels.

This book is useful for authors faced with 'writer's block', but not worth it otherwise. Though of course there's cheaper alternative....
(reviewed 36 days after purchase)

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