How to write an adventure story

Rogers, Cindy
June 1994
Hopscotch;Jun/Jul94, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p10
Provides rules for writing adventure stories. Solicitation of attention; Use of personal experiences; Use of dialogue; Need for action; Topics for adventure stories.


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