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Cleone Reed Deal a Story game for writers Six Degrees of Separation Sue Viders writer's tool

Deal a Story, such a wonderful product, and we need your help getting the message out there! Creating such a unique product that does not fit in any standard category makes for a real marketing challenge. Our product, Deal a Story by Sue Viders, is a card game for writers. It is a great tool to overcome writer’s block, to stimulate ideas for stories, a way to jar the memory when writing one’s memoir, a fun game to play in improvisational groups, etc. Writing teachers and coaches would find this to be a gem of a find. Vendors at conference would have...

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WHAT A DEAL on Deal a Story!

Cleone Reed Deal a Story Deals on deal a Story Sue Viders Tool for Writers Wholesale prices on Deal a Story Writer's Block Writer's Tool

 I would love to see Deal a Story by Sue Viders at every writer's conference, every classroom where teachers teach creative writing, and every writing group, whether a small local group or a professional group of writers writing for the movies or television. To foster this goal, I have created four different packages with significant discounts for those individuals or groups who get together to order in bulk! Usually, it sells for $19.95 per deck of 101 cards with millions and millions of possible ideas, but now it is available in lots of five, ten, twenty-five, or forty (or of course...

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Deal a Story and GO WILD with ideas!

Cleone Reed Adding twists to novels Card game for writers Character development choosing a genre choosing a plot Cleone Reed comedy writers Deal a Story overcoming writer's block playwrights plot development screenwriters Story development Sue Viders surprise endings Tool for Writers villians and heroes and heroines writer's block Writer's Tool writers groups writing coaches writing teachers

When I play with the Deal a Story Brain-Storming Card Game by Sue Viders, I end up with a wide variety of emotions. Today, the first hand I drew made me literally laugh out loud! Another one made me totally puzzled. Another one had me intrigued. I think the reactions and feelings are as endless as the possible stories that can come out of using this game, or as we refer to it, this writer’s tool. (Here is a sample random draw:) The idea is to pick one of sixteen cards in each group: Hero, Heroine, Villain, Plot, and Genre; and...

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