Here's a simple formula that will help you create a great title: Read on for the details!
Generic Fiction Questions Use our general fiction questions when you can't find specific discussion questions.
They're basic but smart. How did you experience the book? Were you engaged immediately, or did it take you a while to "get into it"? How did you feel reading it—amused, sad, disturbed, confused, bored? Describe the main characters—personality traits, motivations, and inner qualities.
Are the main characters dynamic—changing or maturing by the end of the book? Do they learn about themselves, how the world works and their role in it? Talk about the book's structure.
What main ideas—themes—does the author explore? Consider the title, often a clue to a theme.
Does the author use symbols to reinforce the main ideas? See our free LitCourses on both Symbol and Theme. What passages strike you as insightful, even profound?
Perhaps a bit of dialog that's funny or poignant or that encapsulates a character? Maybe there's a particular comment that states the book's thematic concerns?
Is the ending satisfying? If not, why not If you could ask the author a question, what would you ask? Have you read other books by the same author? If so how does this book compare. If not, does this book inspire you to read others?You shelve your writing dreams and believe you’ll never be a writer.
Here are some ideas disguised as quotes to banish blank page blues and get you started: Write your truth. 1. If there’s a book you really want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.
~ Toni Morrison. 2. Write down the thoughts of the moment. When creating a quiz the questions are important to engage your audience, but after writing a few it can be a challenge to think of new question ideas.
If you've had a "EUREKA!" moment or simply love writing, then you should take this quiz. What genre would you be best at? (NOTE: If you don't like your result, just ignore it.) For 10 % you are: You should write an action book! Comics and graphic novels are your strong point.
Examples include stuff like Spiderman.4/5(16). italicize: when typing title of a big piece (book, movie, long poem, play) underline: when hand writing the title of a big piece Quotation: when writing the title of a smaller piece or part of a bigger piece (book chapter, short poem, article).