Learn the inner secrets of selling fiction to an ever-increasing audience of readers! Bestselling author and writing coach James Scott Bell brings you powerhouse techniques and strategies in this collection, much of which is from his popular posts at The Kill Zone blog. PLUS, interviews with some of the best writers working today, including: Sandra Brown, Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child, Jonathan Kellerman, Barry Eisler, Joseph Finder, Peter Straub, Stephen Coonts, Katherine Neville, Andrew Gross, Lisa Jackson, Kathy Reichs, M.J. Rose. If you're serious about selling your fiction, Fiction Attack! is your battle plan for breakthrough.
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"I had a novel with problems I didn't know how to solve. After James Scott Bell's class, I knew the solutions. This was easily the most practical writing class I ever attended. I sold my novel using what I learned." (Darrell James, author of Nazareth Child)
Mr.Bell provides good information not only about craft, but also about both traditional and indie publishing. But I think that what really stood out for me was the multitude of interviews with current best selling authors such as Lee Childs and Larry Brooks. This is one that I will definitely be listening to again. It's going into my writer's toolbox--under motivation and advice. Lastly, but definitely not least, the narrator's performance was outstanding! I'm going to look for other books he narrated.
I am able to listen to books while at my full-time day job. This title—written by the affable Mr. Bell, and narrated by the Mr. Basil—was a pleasure to listen to. I found myself bookmarking several parts of the book for later reference. Recommended listening for novices like myself. I would imagine that more advanced writers will benefit as well since Mr. Bell provides insights and tips into the craft, commitment, and art that has even more relevance now in the new age of digital publishing.
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Don't get me wrong the naration was perfect . I do not fault the reader. i just don't like the sound of his voice. I was hoping to get more clarity on the LOCK method of writing
over all a good book to have in one's library gurrrr cant get it to close
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