Yep, this is geared toward students, librarians and teachers, and I am only certainly one of those. All jokes aside, in my experience it is rudimentary to always rely on your basics, your foundation and R. L Stine is here to give a couple of hints a tips for idea development and methods for story composure. So, whether you have a small one that would like to write a story, or your grew up reading the Goosebumps series, head on over and have a download of his 17 page PDF educational writing guide:
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WARNING: Some elements of this post are NSFW, as also the suggestive themes and premise of this book and movie. The movie is Rated R for drug and sexual content, language and a brief violent image.
S.D. McKinley.com presents a quick dive into the book and film, A Scanner Darkly.
I must not have been as big of a fanatic I thought I was about the story A Scanner Darkly, because I just learned that the movie was first a book by Philip K. Dick.
As artists, it is so important to use several different methods for creation of work. We as humans pull information from everything around us, including other forms of media. In this composition I used a series of magazine cut outs and arranged them in the best way possible to write some lyrics. The lyrics are read from the top left in a circle: