How To Develop Story Line Ideas

Jo Ann M. Colton's "Little Red Writer Book" Series, Book 2

by Jo Ann M. Colton



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/21/2010

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 80
ISBN : 9781449072261
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : E-Book
Page Count : 80
ISBN : 9781449072278

About the Book

How to Develop Story Line Ideas is a stimulant for the imaginative mind. Designed to help new writers seek and recognize a plethora of ideas for books and other pieces, Book 2 of Jo Ann M. Colton’s “Little Red Writer Book” Series energizes aspiring writers to follow their literary dreams and aim high for success.


Story line ideas are everywhere—often right before our very eyes. Colton discusses what she believes to be the fundamental foundation for developing ideas for writing books, short stories and articles, and then expands upon her theories.


This seek-and-you-will-find guide provides innovative tips, information and exercises to increase writers’ mental acuity and get their creative juices flowing. From embracing the idea of writing to discovering and gathering story line ideas to getting those ideas down on paper, the book encourages writers to push themselves toward greater accomplishments. As a result, How to Develop Story Line Ideas is an interesting and enjoyable motivational experience for rising writers.

About the Author

Jo Ann M. Colton is a book writer of fiction (Pieces of the Puzzle) and nonfiction (The Entrepreneur's Guide to Business Basics 101). In addition, she is a freelance writer of business material for private clients, as well as newspaper, magazine and business profile articles.

Colton is an experienced public speaker, seminar/class instructor and workshop facilitator of writing-related and business topics. She also consults with emerging writers on various matters related to publishing and marketing. 

Jo Ann M. Colton has founded and facilitated writers' groups in both Las Vegas and the Denver area.  Her groups have offered writers an opportunity to meet and network with others of like minds, share writing resources, address topics of interest and concern, and experience and enjoy the occasion of allowing their works to be heard and critiqued by their peers.