Struggling to finish your novels? Learn how to tweak your workflow process and write one in only five days! After taking way too long to write a fantasy epic, author and educator Scott King refined his writing process so that he could crank out a novel in five days! Through easy-to-follow tips and helpful examples, Scott takes a theme and shapes an entire story around it. Let him walk you through the prewriting process, slogging through a first draft, and doing the rewrites.
"Incredible 5 day journey"
Finish The Script! is a screenwriting audiobook for anyone who wants to be a writer. It takes a step-by-step approach and focuses not only on theory but also on the actual writing process. It's a full college course squeezed into audiobook form that will take novice writers from concept through rewrite. Based on actual class lectures and assignments, Finish the Script! is for any writer looking for that extra push and guidance.
"This is THE book for Screenwriters & Writers!"
The life story of Coretta Scott King - wife of Martin Luther King Jr., founder of the King Center for Nonviolent Social Change, and singular 20th-century American civil rights activist - as told fully, toward the end of her life, to one of her closest friends. Coretta's is a love story, a family saga, and the memoir of an independent-minded black woman in 20th-century America, a brave leader who stood committed, proud, forgiving, nonviolent, and hopeful in the face of terrorism and violent hatred every single day of her life.
Struggling with his parent's divorce, 10-year-old Karim Jacobs invokes the power of a mischievous djinn to save their marriage. Twisting Karim's words, the djinn, warps reality into a place where everything is made of desserts and uses a candypunk technology. Caught in a war between Brownies and Cupcakes, Karim must stop Zimmah, save his parents, and restore the world to normal!
"I LOVE A GOOD KIDS AUDIOBOOK!! LOVED IT!!"
The chaotic magic of hundreds of djinn are destroying San Francisco. Dinosaurs. Butterfly volcanos. Buildings made of jello - if someone can wish it, it's happening. Unable to access his own powers, Zimmah, the former djinn, must rely on Karim and Whitney's help. Standing in their way is Alkema, Zimmah's murderous father, an almost omnipotent ifrit who enjoys watching the suffering of others. If not stopped he will not only destroy the city, but plunge the entire world into total madness.
After surviving a mass shooting, FBI Agent Nathaniel Ryder is forced to confront his worst fears as Ameriguns, a group of lone-wolf gunmen, put Washington D.C. under siege. When Ryder's superiors suspect him of orchestrating the terror, he must go on the run, unable to trust his co-workers or friends. Only he can clear his name and put an end to the killings.
"I Was Hooked On Ameriguns From The Opening!"
Karim and Whitney were normal kids until they met Zimmah, a wicked djinn with a twisted sense of humor. A few miss worded wishes takes them to other worlds and the zaniest adventures imaginable. Whether they're caught in a candypunk war between the Cupcake and Brownie Kingdoms, an epic battle between Unicorns and Mermaids, or a surprise invasion of San Francisco, the action never stops and the stakes couldn't be higher.
A deeply funny story by Scott King about his gay agenda and network TV.
A deeply funny story by Scott King about a very scary diagnosis.
Zimmah the wicked djinn thought he was so smart. He thought nothing could stop him, let alone a mere child. That was until he met Whitney, a devilish girl who used his own powers against him. A wish gone wrong sends Zimmah, Whitney, and Karim to the Otherworld, a magical land where Mermaids and Unicorns are caught in an epic war. All Whitney wants is to save her sick mother, all Karim wants is to get home, and all Zimmah wants is revenge on the children who have tricked him.
Check in to these hotel-based stories: attend the International Mr. Leather convention, try to find appropriate porn to rent on Easter when you're Catholic, and explore the mysteries of human nature poolside with Michael Patrick King, Scott Thompson, and Beth Lapides (rated R for racy content).