A simple, but in-depth guide for those who wish to not only write science fiction, fantasy, and horror, but who also desire to get published for money. Based on a series of published articles spanning seven years, this book provides the writer with everything they need to know about how to create an idea for a novel, create settings, build atmosphere, plot, pace, and tension. Whether a science fiction, fantasy, or horror writer, the answers to how to write and get published lie within the pages of this book. With step-by-step instructions, the writer can’t go wrong!
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This book is the supporting material for a writing class taught at writing conferences and in no way is meant to be a full-blown writing book. Class attendees asked for a cheap ebook and we complied.
Making a scene is as easy as ABCD – Action, Background, Conflict & Decision. In this book you’ll learn how to frame each scene of your story. A good scene reveals information that moves the story forward (new goals, old secrets, hidden motives), shows conflict between characters (adds tension), deepens the character’s development, and creates suspense (introduces a new wrinkle that leaves the reader hanging). Learn the three keys to scene summary, how to create memorable moments in your story, what 4 questions you should ask of each scene.
Learn professional secrets and begin crafting great scenes (and a great novel) in just five minutes.
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Donna Jo Napoli has received acclaim for her young adult works and is especially known for her historical novels and her retellings of myth and fairy tales. In this full-length critical study, Hilary S. Crew integrates criticism and biographical information to illuminate Napoli’s many novels, as well as other writings by Napoli such as her essays on writing for young people and her book, Language Matters.
A comprehensive critical analysis of 19 novels, Donna Jo Napoli: Writing with Passion provides an understanding of how Napoli’s life and profession as a professor of linguistics influences her writing for young adults. The novels analyzed in this study include Napoli’s retellings of such fairy tales and myths as The Magic Circle, Zel, Bound, Beast, and Sirena; novels whose stories are drawn from religious and traditional sources such as Song of the Magdalene, Breath, and Hush; such historical works as The Smile, Daughter of Venice, and two novels set during WWII, Stones in Water and Fire in the Hills; and her most recent book for young adults, Alligator Bayo. An interview with Napoli concludes this significant resource for those working with young adults.
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This digital document is an article from U.S. Kids, published by Children’s Better Health Institute on January 1, 2005. The length of the article is 405 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.
Title: The eyes have it.
Author: Nancy Stickney
Publication: U.S. Kids (Magazine/Journal)
Date: January 1, 2005
Publisher: Children’s Better Health Institute
Volume: 18 Issue: 1 Page: 10(2)
Distributed by Thomson Gale
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Longing to have your books show up on the bestseller lists? Tips for Authors is a compilation of the marketing, promotion and networking tips Alice Anderson pulled together in ten years of working with authors such as New York Times bestsellers Karen Rose, Dianna Love and Shirley Jump.
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