Novel Writing Made Simple!
A Comprehensive Guide to Rules, Conventions, Resources and Terms — PLUS a Bonus Section on Memoir Writing by Phyllis Rowland —***7th Edition***
From Basic to Advanced—THE Book on How to Write Novels for Traditional Publishing
(Includes examples and samples, resources and references, Internet links, and a 500+ word lexicon)
This eBook will give you an in-depth understanding of:
• hooks, grabbers and cliffhangers;
• characters and characterization;
• conflict and plotting;
• suspense, tension and seeding;
• setting, description and imagery;
• storytelling techniques;
• story idea generation and overcoming writer's block;
• narrative modes and story tenses, and;
• writing in perfect deep POV and close psychic distance.
It is a reference (with charts) for:
• chapter, scene, paragraph and sentence construction;
• word choice (correct word, extra words, precise terms);
• punctuation and grammar;
• editing, revising and critique groups, and;
• 500+ terms every writer should know.
All for maximizing your story's entertainment value!
An easy to understand study manual for the beginning novelist, a reference and review for the experienced fiction writer;Novel Writing Made Simple is a comprehensive guide to the novel-writing craft. Its straightforward approach breaks down the rules and conventions of one of the most revered and subjective of all creative arts to their simplest forms. This thorough text covers everything from storytelling basics to manuscript submission. You'll make Novel Writing Made Simple your own complete how-to write novels guide.
If you have room for but one writing reference book beside your keyboard, Novel Writing Made Simple is the one to have.
Note: This book is a reference for writers seeking traditional publishing contracts and deals little with electronic publishing. For a good reference on how to write eBooks especially for indie writers, look for EBook Writing Made Simple!
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Published July 16, 2012
by Gordon A Kessler.
Education & Reference, Self Help.