Please don't keep that headache of yours. It isn't going to help you, and it probably will not be kind to your health. So, instead of taking Advil, listen to Wedding on a Budget. It's worth it, and it's cheap!
We gathered information from the real deal and incorporated it into this book. Not only will this give your writing that much more realism, but it will directly reflect you and as a debut writer.
"OK for the basics."
The definition of the word "imagine" is compelling. Imagination can induce you into a hypnotic trance, making you forget your own reality. In order to imagine a fictional world, you have to leave your rational brain and reach into your unconscious right brain. Listen to this audiobook to discover how.
"Bullet points it was"
Characters are the soul of your novel. This is why you need to make them memorable. The authors of this novel have done research so you don't have to. This book includes dialogue (what not to do and how to make the characters distinguishable), how to do background stories (what draws readers in and what makes them turn the pages), physical appearance (not everyone should look the same, adding diversity makes your story believable).... and so much more.
"Grammar errors in a Writing book"
If you're a self-publishing writer then you'll need a good beta reader. Beta readers are people who read your books before you publish them to make sure your stories are logical to your readers. Every author should have at least one beta reader, and this book will explain how to get one.
Think: creativity on a whole new high - bursts of colorful imagery, radiant characters, and interesting dilemmas all thrown into a very short story! Then that twist ending, shining a light so bright, blinding your readers with awesomeness and, best of all, yourself....
"A resource for absolute beginners..."
To tell or not to tell, that is the ultimate question... Writing a novel is all about showing the reader things they've never seen before. And since there is no movie screen, the only way to do this is through imagination and lots of it. This book includes places and location, actions, seasons and weather, and more. Remember, give your reader the pieces and let them put it together inside their head.
Say it isn't so! You are coming to the end of your novel...DUN, dun, dunnnnn...and now you have no idea what to write or what to do. How are you going to wrap up those loose ends in time (before the deadline of your debut novel)? I mean, brainstorming doesn't seem to work; inspiration from similar novels and the support of fellow authors doesn't seem to work. What, oh what, can a serious writer do in order to get the job done?
Let me guess: you have everything about the writing art pretty much mastered except one of the most important skills--infusing emotional impact in your writing. You enjoy seeing your characters change and grow, and you love the story you've created, but your beta readers or editor can't seem to feel much emotion for them. Been there, done that. We're in the same boat, so you're not alone.
Voice is what makes you, you. It's identifiable, easily remembered, and most importantly, it is why readers keep reading your book. Other than the amazing characters you've created, plot, and more... voice is what you need to develop. Voice is what is distinctly yours and no one can take that away from you. No one!
The essentials of dialogue truly depend on taste and voice. However unnatural dialogue can prevent readers from enjoying a story. This is a simple, useful audiobook. You can listen to it while you're walking your dog, brushing your hair, or even getting ready for a date.
"Left Me Wanting More"
Some writers like to draw from raw material, others like an outline. Even if you're not sure what you want yet, it's a bonus to read this book. Many writers start off great but then halfway through they get writer's block. NOT COOL. Then what? What do they have as a reference? So the manuscript gets put away for months, sometimes even years all because they didn't have an outline.
Query Perfection: Revealed! The ultimate guide to query perfection for your letter. Master the art and uncover the truth behind why most queries are thrown in the trash by agents. This Query Perfection audiobook will cover how to format a query letter; it also covers what you can say to draw in both your readers and query agents. Best of all, Query Perfection is short, sweet, and to the point.
Have you wondered what is the difference between a page-turner novel that will give you paper cuts and one you would abandon (maybe even throw away) before you reach page six? There is no mathematical formula or recipe for a gripping plot, but there is an outline and a few simple tips to keep in mind. The key is to write a plot that will remain fixed in the memory of a reader long after the last page of the novel.
Is your exposition up to par? Exposition exists to deepen your audience's understanding of the world in which your story takes place. It also provides readers additional information about the events of your story, such as explanation of necessary background information.
Think of the synopsis like an elevator pitch. You have only a few minutes, a one-time opportunity to sell your novel idea. Agents and publishers have busy days. Get it right the first time and you will see results.
Whether you’re writing science fiction, historical friction or a crime novel, you want to write a story that will draw readers in - that will engage them. We’re talking about writing realistic fiction or fiction that is at least entertaining enough that the reader will be willing to suspend disbelief. So how do you write a story that feels real to the reader? Research is the answer your looking for.
"Tongue in Cheek Comments"
Have you googled "How to pace a novel" and still haven't found the answer you're looking for? Pace, pace, pace! What is it exactly and how can you do it flawlessly? You may be writing your romance novel and in the fifth chapter there is a car crash. Should that scene's pace be different from your other scenes? Discover the answer in this informative audiobook.
You like creating your own stories. And scenes are what drives your novel towards the right path; however they are also one of the most difficult things to write. We've all been there. Trust me, you're not alone. But because of your difficulty with fleshing out scenes, you tend to get stuck and resort to yahoo answers, or worse, stop writing altogether.
Have 20 or 30 minutes? If so, that’s plenty of time. Write your detective novel now!
Mystery is one of the biggest genres. It’s sales on Amazon Kindle, Barnes and Noble, and so on, have always been remarkable. Why is that? Well, because it raises questions in the listener's mind (like a puzzle), where they have to figure our where the pieces connect. Your requirements: a mystery story idea that is waiting to be written.