James Cospito's Moleskine Stash Brooklyn Art Project HQ CC BY See-ming Lee

Make, Publish, Print

‘Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.’ Benjamin Franklin

Practice polishes prose, and you don’t need to publish everything for public scrutiny and comment. Whether you want to write blogs, books or screenplays, get into the habit of writing every day. 750 Words encourages you to write three pages a day in a private online journal, and Penzu has military grade encryption to protect your innermost thoughts.

Check your grammar and punctuation with Grammarly and Paperrater. Visit the Urban Dictionary for definitions of modern slang words and phrases. Use Thesaurus to find words with similar or opposite meanings, and check out TV Tropes for common storytelling conventions.

Excerpt from Chapter 4, Make, Publish, Print

Image: James Cospito’s Moleskine Stash Brooklyn Art Project HQ CC-BY See-ming Lee