Lesson 2: Creative Writing &
Key Word Writing

Lesson Theme: Creative Writing & Key Word Writing.
This lesson introduces an extremely simplistic intro to creative writing. Some of you are seasoned writers, and others are just getting started! No matter where you are in your writing skills, try to take some of the simple principles and ideas introduced, and incorporate them into your bag of writing tools. This lesson also introduces a new concept for web writers, called key word writing. Learn how to drive more traffic to your website or blog. Or, develop the knack for keywords and write great articles for Crown of Beauty!

Lesson Motto: If you can talk, you can write! 

Key to Remember: See it before you start writing. Imagine the wanted image in your mind's eye, then use words to bring it to life! You are eyes to the blind. Make sure you see where you're going before you starting writing!

Suggested Homework:

The "homework" for this lesson is simply suggested but highly recommended! If you want to make the most out of this class, I encourage you to go for it! Depending on how much free time you have, choose from any or all of the exercises below.

Princess Challenge: Do the five to ten minute writing exercise mentioned in the video. Then, rewrite it when the spoiler and tips are given away. Post it on the forum for feedback! Share both versions so we can all see the improvement.

Bonus Challenge: Take the keyword challenge! See if you can use the tips in this lesson to create a high-traffic keyword page for your own website or blog. If interested in taking this challenge, mention your desire to do so below, and I will give you a few extra tips. :)

Don't Forget About the Creative Collaboration! 

Lesson 2: Creative Writing & Keyword Writing

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Lesson 2: Read What Other Girls Are Saying!

Click below to see what other girls are saying. You can either comment on their posts, or start your own! (:

A Princessy Short Story 
Here is my short story (first attempt). I hope you all enjoy it! :) Rapunzel, Belle, and Tiana opened the back gate and were met with quite a sight. …

Guess who - princess style! 
Here it goes!:) Ive only been to Disney once years ago, and I don't remember too much except it was freezing and there were some delicious churros! Haha …

HannahWilson {wilsonsisterto7} 
I just let myself go & write until I found a bit of a storyline... Hope it's sounds okay! :) "Look out!!!" Merida shouted, swiftly pulling Belle …

Practicing!  
Quick writing exercise: "No. Way." Merida's fiery red locks swung across her shoulders as she whipped her head around. Mouth gaping, she stuttered, …

My Creative Writing 
So this is my attempt at creative writing. I've never been great at creative writing, but I decided to attempt it anyways. -Bailey Belle, Mulan, and …

My Princess Free-Write :) 
Strolling through the woods behind Disneyland, Mulan, Cinderella, and Rapunzel walked hand in hand. It had been a long day of hugging children and posing …

Two Versions of the Three Princesses Not rated yet
First Draft: The smiles on the three princess' faces could not have been bigger or brighter than on that beautiful sunny spring day. On their way to to …

First(and only, haha) attempt Not rated yet
"You know, Aurora," Cinderella said fondly, "they designed the Disney Land castle after the one Charmont had built for me for our honeymoon." The two …

Practicing!  Not rated yet
Quick writing exercise: "No. Way." Merida's fiery red locks swung across her shoulders as she whipped her head around. Mouth gaping, she stuttered, …

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