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Stop Talking & Start Writing Your Book…

Stop Talking & Start Writing Your Book (Volume 1)

by Terrance Zepke

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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW TO WRITE A BOOK! How to outline your book… How to develop your characters… How to deal with writer's block… How to pace your story… How to deal with distractions… How to decide your point of view… How to introduce your protagonist... The author also reveals what you need to know about foreshadowing, flashbacks, backstory, dialog, Prologue (yes or no?), the three "P's", the middle lull, the three "C's", the “closer,” four questions you must be able to answer about your manuscript, and much more. She has also included specific resources for all fiction and nonfiction genres and a step-by-step guide to writing your book.

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