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Break Into Fiction: 11 Steps to Building a Story that Sells (edition 2009)

by Mary Buckham, Dianna Love

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Title:Break Into Fiction: 11 Steps to Building a Story that Sells
Authors:Mary Buckham
Other authors:Dianna Love
Info:Adams Media (2009), Paperback, 256 pages
Collections:Your library
Tags:TBR, Writing Reference

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Break Into Fiction: 11 Steps to Building a Story that Sells by Mary Buckham



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Getting a book published is hard enough--getting a novel published is doubly so! But a writer seeing his story on bookshelves everywhere is just a rewrite away with this book! Written by two award-winning novelists, this workshop-in-a-book is all aspiring authors need to master the art of fiction--and see their novel in print. Based on their popular workshops, Mary Buckham and Dianna Love Snell have created a novel-writing system that anyone can follow. Their innovative method shows writers how to create stories of depth, excitement, and emotion with: Easy-to-understand templates that guide the new writer through building a novel and show more experienced writers how to deepen a plot and take a first draft to the next level; Reference examples from a strongly-plotted popular genre films like suspense, classics, children, and romance; Simple worksheets to build a strong story one plot point at a time for any genre; Troubleshooting tips that reveal how to find and fix holes that weaken the plot; Insights from best-selling novelists representing a variety of fiction genres; ,A bonus dialogue guide that reveals how to make a character come alive through conversation. . Inspiring authors shall struggle no more with the help of this step-by-step guide!… (more)

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