Tips for Young Aspiring Writers To Get Started!

What goes into writing a book? Have you always wanted to write a book but don’t know where to start? Or perhaps you are a parent of a child who doesn’t like writing and would like to know how to get him or her interested in it. Then this video is for you!

As children are very creative, one way to get them invested in writing a story is to make it fun for them. Ready to catch a glimpse of what goes on in a writer’s mind and also learn some useful writing techniques? Let’s go!

On this online video, you will learn…

  1. What writers do to publish a book

  2. How to create your own heroes and villains

  3. How to describe your very own fantasy world

These two techniques are used for writing fantasy stories, but these techniques can be applied to a student’s school compositions as well!

Who is this video for?

You will be interested to join us

1. If you are a parent who is looking to get your children interested in writing

or

2. If you are a primary school *student looking to develop your own personal writing projects or would like to know how you can do well in school compositions.


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Ms. Xie

Ms Xie is an English Teacher at Lil’ but Mighty. Her best subject has always been English and she’s been writing ever since she could hold a pen. Her first book, Dragonhearted, was shortlisted for the Scholastic Asian Book Award in 2014 and published in 2016. It was also shortlisted for the Singapore Book Awards in 2017. She also won the Hedwig Anuar Children’s Book Award in 2018.

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