What s the Story

These are the uncomplicated basics of working with What's the Story? What remains to be considered are the various ways in which these Casts of Characters may be employed. The Single Author use is the most obvious.

Author: Rudolph H. Weingartner

Publisher: University Press of America

ISBN: 9780761852773

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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This book is designed to prod the imagination without constraining its flight. The twenty casts of characters, complete with illustrations, hint at numerous possibilities and should inspire readers to try their hands at fiction and learn the art of writing.

What s the Story

We are a publicaon in print and online designed to provide informaon: for fun, for what's happening, for things you In Print might want to see in other publicaons, but don't. We look for stories ... 2016 DuPerault on What's the Story?

Author: Janice Hermsen

Publisher: LeRue Press (LRP)

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Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 12

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Have you been hacked? Janice Hermsen shares some inspirational tidbits; it's all about emotions in Dennis DuPerault's Things to think about; Brian T. Shirley's talking about politics, uh oh...Mike Aloia brings doors that open life; new this month, Pypeline Editing talks about, what else? Editing! And Richard G. Pugh describes an 1800s "lay anesthesiologist"; what's that? Eddie Floyd's got a whole lotta movin' and shakin' goin' on. Don't miss Dave Huggett's twelve amazing facts about coffee. Last, and a favorite, our quiz to test your knowledge about, well, just about anything. Enjoy!

Oasis What s The Story

Release dates for the new album (What's the Story) Morning Glory? were drawing near and the world's media was now packaging the band to its own taste and deciding where the stories lay. It was testament to Liam's talent for hellraising ...

Author: Iain Robertson

Publisher: Kings Road Publishing

ISBN: 9781786062352

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 300

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'You can only marvel at Robertson's brilliant audacity as he attacks the on-the-road-off-their-heads genre with giddy aplomb... He is either a genius or an utter madman' – NME 'Robertson's raw portrayal of Liam Gallagher makes every indiscretion you've heard about seem perfectly feasible!' - TIME OUT Oasis were a band like bands used to be. Hard-drinking and substance abusing. If they liked you, they loved you. If they didn't, you had to be prepared for confrontation. They were also the most viscerally exciting rock band to emerge from Britain for years. Iain Robertson is used to tough jobs – after retiring from the Parachute Regiment, he took on jobs guarding George Harrison, Gary Moore and Johnny Rotten. But keeping Oasis on the rails after debut album Definitely Maybe ignited their rise toward global superstardom would be the toughest gig of them all. Iain was side-by-side with Oasis as their road manager and minder, twenty-four hours a day, eight days a week, as they took on the world and won. No one was closer to the maelstrom. His story is the defining chronicle of life on tour with Oasis.

What s the Story April May Issue

It is a wity, entertaining and insightul book full of stories told by original Three Dog Night drummer, Floyd Sneed, with perspecves from people who know him. ... Featured What's the Story Radio Show A few weeks ago,.

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Basile headlines this month’s What’s the Story? with his Dysfunctionally Yours World Tour. One of his stops was Reno, Nevada. Most of us know someone with cancer, unfortunately. Dr. Forsythe was interviewed in Suzanne Somers book Knockout: Doctors Who Are Curing Cancer. Our friend Brian T. Shirley talks about the struggles with Promotion that many indie performers face. We also featured Danny Heisohm, a determined cancer survivor who was on What’s the Story? Radio Show recently. He has an event coming up in April, 2017. Regular contributor, Richard Pugh talks about the Mendacity of Advertising. No, that doesn’t happen, does it? John Loranger loves to read (and write too). He recently reviewed Wuthering Heights. Have you read it? Failed leadership is compared to the sinking of the Titanic in Greg Smith’s article this month. And Mike Aloia shares “Into Temptation”. As always, ENJOY!

What s Your Story

before the first formal business was established, before the first deal, the six most powerful words in any language were Let me tell you a story. And, if there is ever a time when the last deal is done and the last business closes its ...

Author: Ryan Mathews

Publisher: FT Press

ISBN: 9780132277426

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 222

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“As usual these two future-finders have their fi ngers on the pulse of what’s happening--and what we need to know about. In every business, in every organization, the seven most important words these days are: ‘But wait! A story goes with it!’ You need to read this book to fi nd out why.” —Alan Webber, Co-founder,Fast Companymagazine “A great story sparks our imagination, challenges us to think, and resonates with our collective conscience. Ryan Mathews and Watts Wacker’s story about telling stories does exactly this. It is an essential guidebook for capturing and conveying the essence of corporate identities and enriching brands.” —Paul A. Laudicina, Managing Officer and Chairman of the Board, A.T. Kearney Storytelling is the universal human activity.Every society, at every stage of history, has told stories–and listened to them intently, passionately. Stories are how people tell each other who they are, where they came from, how they’re unique, what they believe. Stories capture their memories of the past and their hopes for the future. Stories are one more thing, too: They are your most powerful, most underutilized tool for competitive advantage.Whether you know it or not, your business is already telling stories. What’s Your Story? will help you take control of those stories and make them work for you. Legendary business thinkers Ryan Mathews and Watts Wacker reveal how to craft an unforgettable story…create the back story that makes it believable…make sure your story cuts through today’s relentless bombardment of consumer messages…and gets heard, remembered, and acted on. THE TEN FUNCTIONS OF STORYTELLING Discovering what stories can do for your business THE ABOLITION OF CONTEXT Telling stories when the past no longer defines the future THE FIVE MOST IMPORTANT STORY THEMES Leveraging themes your audiences will understand and believe APPLIED STORYTELLING 101 Storytelling for your industry, your company, your brand, and you MASTERING YOUR STORYTELLER’S TOOLBOX Making your stories more compelling, more believable, and downright unforgettable Use Storytelling to Gain Powerful Competitive Advantage in Today’s Increasingly Skeptical Marketplace Leverage the incredible power of storytelling in marketing, sales, investor relations, recruitment, change management,and more Indispensable techniques for every CxO, entrepreneur, and marketing, sales, and communications executive The latest breakthrough book from best-selling futurists Ryan Mathews and Watts Wacker

What s Your Story

In particular, though, decide what each character wants with regard to the main character's struggle. Consider, for instance, a story about a mouse who wants to be king of the jungle. Who might the other characters be?

Author: Marion Dane Bauer

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 9780547531687

Category: Young Adult Nonfiction

Page: 146

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The award-winning author “provides mentoring and practical and technical advice in this handy how-to book . . . as useful to teachers as to young writers” (School Library Journal, starred review). Storytelling is a universal experience. From an early age, we begin to shape our own world by crafting tales. But learning to tell—and write—a good story isn’t easy. It takes dedication and practice, just like for a musician or an athlete, and it can be just as rewarding to accomplish as winning a game or mastering an instrument. It’s the kind of work that feeds our souls and makes us glad to be alive. In What’s Your Story?, Newbery Medal-winning author Marion Dane Bauer discusses how to write fiction from beginning to end, including creating a story plan, choosing the best idea, bringing characters to life, deciding on a point of view, creating realistic dialogue, keeping readers hooked, and revising and polishing the finished product. “Her last comment is telling: ‘Knowing your craft can help you tell a story. But only by taking risks can you make art.’ After many pages of provocative information and straightforward counsel, that sentence may be the one to launch youngsters to the challenge. The book speaks directly to young writers, but many adults (teachers, librarians, reviewers, editors, would-be writers) will also find this sensible dissection of the storytelling process invaluable.”—Kirkus Reviews (starred review) “A pragmatic, organized approach to story writing . . . the exercises and thought processes introduced as groundwork come across as stimulating rather than tedious and may serve to hone analytical skills as well as inspire even the most reluctant writers to try their hand.”—Publishers Weekly

What s Your Story

... make a big difference, because the very first part of telling a story is taking the time to think about how you're going to tell the story; what tone will you use? Are you going to highlight the drama in your stories or the humor?

Author: Vincent Staniforth

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781682610725

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 176

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What’s Your Story is a compelling, inspiring guide for dads and their children. In turns provocative and playful, it lays out a path for fathers to share their stories. The results can be momentous. You see Mom for the first time—what happens next? Is resilience something learned or something developed? You’ve just had a perfect day—what happened? If I could hear your voice telling me something every single morning I wake up and every night I go to bed, what would you say? What’s Your Story fosters a powerful conversation between father and child. It encourages a dialogue that helps kids learn more about their dad—questions about their upbringing, belief systems and what stories they want to share with their family’s future generations. The authors offer a carefully crafted path designed to cultivate the sharing of a dad’s life stories and world view.

What s Your Story Raconte ton histoire

Over the past year, our What's Your Story? / Raconte ton histoire campaign has served as an opportunity for Canadians to share personal stories and memories that define what it means to be a part of this country at this time in our ...

Author: Radio-Canada, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Publisher: Mosaic Press

ISBN: 9781771612890

Category: Travel

Page: 224

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What's Your Story? A Canada 2017 Yearbook is a timely collection of profiles and portraits from Canadians in every region of the country—a snapshot of the diverse people, places, things, and events that tell a fascinating story of the country now and where it is headed. The Yearbook pays tribute to Canadian people and landscapes with stunning visuals from across the nation, framing the big and small moments of this important year. CBC/Radio-Canada asked citizens from coast to coast to coast to share the personal stories and memories that explore what it means to be Canadian in this historical moment. Their memories and narratives, supplemented with spectacular photo spreads, recollect the conversations, celebrations, and ceremonies that took place across the country in 2017.

What s Your Story

Stories about the earth are told to us every day. What stories do you wish were being told? Use these pages as fertile soil from which new narratives of the earth might grow. What story will you tell? Read each question.

Author: Rebecca Walker

Publisher: Sounds True

ISBN: 9781683644323

Category: Self-Help

Page: 232

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“This journal is beautiful. It will help you find your voice and, finally, hold it sacred.” ―Cleo Wade, bestselling author of Heart Talk Transformational questions for personal and collective change. In this time of global reckoning, revolution, and reinvention, authors Rebecca Walker and Lily Diamond invite you to excavate the narratives that have shaped your life and write a new, fulfilling story for the future. Consisting of 150+ questions―designed to be answered in as little as five minutes or as long as a lifetime―What’s Your Story?: A Journal for Everyday Evolution is essential for anyone ready to begin living their most authentic, creative, and meaningful life. Explore by area of life: Each chapter invites you to explore a different part of life as you move through your day―from waking up and encountering your mind, to being in relationship with your body, other people, nature, and technology, to reflecting on community, identity, and mortality. Explore by theme: Five themes, color-coded throughout each chapter, allow you to explore a particular focus from beginning to end: creativity and self-expression; self-care; activism; spirituality; and grief, loss, and the work of healing. “Finding the voice to know, write, and speak your story can mean the difference between an existence of repressed silence and a life of joyful fulfillment,” write the authors. “Our stories have the power to limit or liberate us.”

What s in a Story

For the Love of Books & Stories Tracey Ann Coveart, Robynne Eagan ... And writing a story is a lot like baking a cake. ... Then there are the extra goodies—the sweeteners and spices (story details) that give each cake its flavor, ...

Author: Tracey Ann Coveart

Publisher: Teaching and Learning Company

ISBN: 9780787744762

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 28

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Welcome to a book-lover's best friend! This collection of engaging and content-focused activities will help you nurture literacy in your classroom--or the entire school. Filled to the brim with suggestions for engaging students with books in a meaningful and academic way, you will be able to use these activities with small or large groups. They allow students to bring their own reading experience--regardless of level of proficiency--to the table to use as the basis for learning about reading and writing. And this resource will help mentor every student's most effective literacy model--you! You'll be given full background information for all activities so that you can set the tone for a confident and considered approach to the love of books!

What s Your Story Stranger

to write what you have been reading since ages, but what I feel and what I want to make you feel. There are, 1.3 billion people in nation, 1.3 billion stories walking around. How fulfilled the world will be, if we all start telling each ...

Author: Damini Aggarwal

Publisher: Damick Publications

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Category: Fiction

Page: 180

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Sometimes we choose a path but see ourselves walking on another. Unexpectedly we are forced to accept it because destiny is the most uncertain evil of our dreams. Bani, a young, smart, and a small town yet an ambitious girl carries a charm to tempt anyone towards her. She aims to join Journalism Institute in Delhi at first, but ended up joining the law school as her second choice. Life seemed to be crueler when it took away her father. Vasu, a good looking, enthusiastic and a brave advocate who never failed to crack even the toxic cases, lost his wife, Meera in some conspiracy and started losing faith in life until he met Bani. A few months later, as an assistant under Vasu, Bani decided to work upon Meera's case which co-incidentally brought Bani and Aayan, Bani's lost love together, again twisting the lives of all three. Revolving across three cities, the story weaving paralleled lives is an intriguing account of twists and turns. 'What's Your Story, Stranger?' is a refreshing heartfelt tale of faith, hope, determination, friendship and courage. This inspiring love-mystery tale thus redefines our beliefs in life as stories move us and drive us to what we can really become in life despite losses, failures and setbacks.

What s Your Leadership Story

That is, they cannot just magically create an inspirational story out of their otherwise typical life. ... What we learn on the job, in school, and through the stories of others creates a legacy on which our leadership is built.

Author: Gretchen Oltman

Publisher: ASCD

ISBN: 9781416630418

Category: Education

Page: 175

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In this book, Gretchen Oltman and Vicki Bautista walk you through the eight steps necessary to craft a personal leadership philosophy: a reflective explanation of the leadership style, core values, mindset, and real-life experiences that make you the leader you are today. When you can authentically tell your story, your school community will know you, what you value, and why you make decisions the way you do. You will rediscover a sense of purpose, renewal, and inspiration that may have slipped away amid the chaos of life—and you can build a stronger connection with those you lead and work beside. Leading in a school setting does not mean you need to lose your individual identity. You became a school leader by following your own unique path. You possess talents that set you apart from others. By working purposefully to share your personal leadership philosophy, you can create a new expectation of what school leaders should be and counter the unrealistic assumptions that others may hold. You can be more than your title. What's your leadership story?

What s Your Story Wilma Rudolph

CUB REPORTER MEETS FAMOUS AMERICANS WHAT'S YOURSTORY, WILMA RUDOLPH? KRYSTYNA PORAY GODDU KRYSTYNA PORAY GODDU THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK WHAT'S YOUR STORY, WILMA RUDOLPH?

Author: Krystyna Poray Goddu

Publisher: Lerner Publications

ISBN: 9781467796446

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

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When did Wilma begin to run? What was the first important race she ever won? Cub Reporter interviews her to find out! Learn how Wilma overcame polio and became the first American woman to win three gold medals at a single Olympic Games. Readers will see how to use interviewing skills and journalistic questions to reveal the story behind a famous American.

The Short Story of What s Killing Florida

CDC launches updated Harmful Algal Blooms ( HABs ) website and the One Health Harmful Algal Bloom System OHHABS as hot weather brings extensive HAB events https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/hsb/success stories / harmful algal blooms.html ? fbclid ...

Author: Kelly S. West

Publisher: Gatekeeper Press

ISBN: 9781662908316

Category: Science

Page: 56

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This book is about the demise of Florida which in turn pollutes the rest of the world. It is an honest eye-opening story of how quickly humans are destroying what nature provides right here in America, on a small peninsula, surrounded by water. If we use our resources properly and pay the true price for its use, we will prosper, not destroy. Which path will humanity take? Everyone should read this story if they want to open their eyes to the reality of the world. Then visit the sites and do research to verify the truths. Some people cannot face the truth, they have families to raise, property to support. But to those who are or wish to be truly free, I say “face the truth and act to protect nature”. Wanda S. Hayes Klopf

What s Your Story A Beginner s Guide to Creating Effective Presentations with PowerPoint 2007

STEP 5 Author Content & Refine By now, you should have a pretty good idea what your presentation is going to look like. The next step, then, is to populate the outline and storyboard created in STEP 4 Outline & Storyboard with content.

Author: Kai Chuang

Publisher: Kai Chuang

ISBN: 9780615158068

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 120

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Creating a PowerPoint presentation can be easy, but designing one to inform, persuade, or sell is not so simple. This guide walks you through how to combine communications techniques, information design principles, and data visualization methods in a step-by-step manner that gets your point across, and helps you to: * Communicate more effectively. * Design aesthetically pleasing presentations. * Present data smartly and efficiently. * Increase productivity with PowerPoint 2007.

How to Build a Story Or the Big What If

Other family members work, too. I know one young writer who sends her stories to her grandfather who lives halfway across the country. He's a tough but fair critic, it turns out. But what if your family members can't bring themselves to ...

Author: Frances O'Roark Dowell

Publisher: Atheneum/Caitlyn Dlouhy Books

ISBN: 9781534438422

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 128

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From bestselling author Frances O’Roark Dowell comes a fresh and accessible guide to storytelling that breaks down the sometimes-daunting writing process into straightforward, doable steps, just right for budding writers! If you’ve written anything, ever, you’re already a writer—so, congratulations! As many aspiring authors know, though, telling an actual, complete story is, well, a different story. As unfinished drafts pile up and writers’ block strikes, it may start to feel like there’s a special formula to finishing a project that you’re just not getting. But crafting a story isn’t magic, if you have a little know-how! And here it is—know-how! In her witty, clever way, critically acclaimed author Frances O’Roark Dowell explains the storytelling process with simple, easy-to-understand steps. Follow along as she shares sample stories and identifies building blocks and obstacles to conquer—all hilariously illustrated, in a way that’ll have you typing all the way to the end of your own story. In addition to writing many books including Shooting the Moon and Dovey Coe, Frances O’Roark Dowell has over a decade’s experience teaching writing workshops for kids. Ready, set, write!

What Really Happened the Story of Clinton Inc s Efforts to Rewrite Bill Clinton s Record on Iraq and Terrorism

If we can preemptively attack Iraq using shaky intelligence – 'facts' and 'an imminent threat theory' that was not convincing to most of the rest of the world - what's to stop Russia from attacking Chechnya, China from attacking Taiwan, ...

Author: Kevin Groenhagen

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781435734364

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In What Really Happened, Kevin Groenhagen presents the facts concerning Bill Clinton's actual record on Iraq and terrorism. It's a record that is far different from what Clinton Inc, and their allies in the media have been telling the American people during the past eight years. The facts Clinton Inc. has attempted to rewrite include, but are not limited to, the following: * The Clinton administration in 1998 claimed that al Qaeda reached an understanding with the government of Iraq that al Qaeda would not work against that government and that on particular projects, specifically including weapons development, al Qaeda would work cooperatively with the Government of Iraq. * Secretary of Defense William Cohen in July 2000 said protecting the American people from the threat posed by axis of evil (Iran, Iraq, and North Korea) was the most important issue to address. * Bill Clinton's policies vis-a-vis Iraq ultimately led to 9/11 and other messages with no words.

When and How to Write Short Stories and What They Are

What you should? What's better? There is. A story – a good story, a strong story – is about one thing. Honour. Love. Innocence. Betrayal. Growing up. Awareness. Doubt. As is, for that matter, a novel, if you care to shake it around, ...

Author: Morris Lurie

Publisher: Common Ground

ISBN: 9781863350136

Category: Authorship

Page: 64

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Inspirational and practical guide to writing short stories by an experienced writer in the form. The text is presented in conversational style, generally in sense-lines. Includes author's 'personal history of recommended reading'. The book is also available as a downloadable PDF document at the publisher's website, www.CommonGround.com.au. Author's short stories have been published in 'The New Yorker', 'Punch', 'The Times', 'The Transatlantic Review', 'Meanjin' and 'Quadrant', and have been collected in ten volumes.