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Book: 25 essential writing tips - Guide to writing good fiction by Alana Woods
What's the secret to a compelling hook? How do you write characters that live and breathe? When do you show and when do you tell? Where does story development take you? Why do your descriptions fall flat? Who is telling the story? First, second or third person point of view. All that and more in 25 essential writing tips.
 
Book: Write Now! - A No Nonsense Guide To Writing Your First Novel (Write Now, Get Published Book 1) by Andrea Lacey-Payne
If you've always wanted to write a book but didn't know how, this is your chance! A published author guides you through the steps in a series of three ebooks with easy to understand instructions, advice with full support along the way. Don't let fear or uncertainty keep you from your dream of becoming published. Just think, this could be you in the future, writing a book on publishing to help [...]
 
Book: You Can Write A Million Dollar Memoir by David H Burns
If you're like millions of others, over the years, you may have daydreamed of writing a memoir. Hopefully not a thick, dry autobiography on the dust shelves of yesteryear, but a fresh, new slice-of-life memoir right out of your own memory! Generals, politicians and movie stars write (often boring or stuffy) autobiographies spanning their whole lives. Modern day memoirists write about a certain, [...]
 
Book: How to Write a Mystery by Carlene Rae Dater
Dying to write a mystery novel but not sure how to start? How to Write a Mystery is the book for you. With over 30 years of experience in writing and publishing mysteries, Carlene has set up some simple steps to get you started and keep you going until you type, "the end." Chapter one of How to Write a Mystery shows how you start to write using an Intriguing beginning to draw your reader in. [...]
 
Book: Write Your Novel! From Getting Started to First Draft by Maggie James
Have you always longed to write a novel? In Write Your Novel! From Getting Started to First Draft, I aim to inspire you with the confidence to do just that. With this book, I'll be your cheerleader, your hand-holder. We'll work on your mind-set, find sources of support, and deal with procrastination issues. I'll help you carve out the time to write and together we'll smash through the excuses [...]
 
Book: Writing Fight Scenes by Rayne Hall
How To Write Exciting, Realistic Action Scenes Do you struggle with fight scenes? Has your editor told you the novel is brilliant - except for this part? Learn step-by-step how to create fictional fights that leave the reader breathless with excitement. The book gives you: * A six-part structure to use as blueprint for your scene. * Tricks how to combine fighting with dialogue * Information about [...]
 
Book: How to Write a Book - Write a nonfiction book in 7 days with this step-by-step guide by Rebecca McGregor
How to Write a Book Amazon Best Seller in two categories Download this Great Book Today! Available to Read on your computer, MAC, smartphone, kindle reader, iPad, or tablet! Have you been dreaming about jumping over those hurdles in the way of writing your first book? Here I am going to teach you to jump higher than you have ever jumped before and catch those dreams. So, you're a writer? But, so [...]
 
Book: How To Write Your Best Story - Advice for Writers on Spinning an Enchanting Tale by Philip Martin
''I find that most people know what a story is until they sit down to write one.''-- Flannery O'Connor Beginning writers too often believe that plot, or character development, or some structural element is what's needed to get published. This book looks at what really makes fiction work: good storytelling. ''A good writer is basically a storyteller,'' said Isaac Bashevis Singer, winner of the [...]
 
Book: How to Write Novels, Short Stories, Articles and Blogs - For the self-taught, self-made, self-starter, and ambitious reader by Marciano Guerrero and Mary ...
This guide is about the writing of riveting novels, short stories, articles, essays, blogs, and other non-fiction genres. Our method of writing isn't found in any of the traditional textbooks written by theorists, scholars, successful and unsuccessful editors and writers, as well as writers' workshops, and writers' conferences.So, don't for a minute expect a "How to" traditional guide to writing [...]
 
Book: Night Writer - Optimize Your Time, Upgrade Your Skills and Write Around Your Day Job by Sandee L. Hemphill
Does Your Day Job Get in the Way of Writing Your Book? It's a Challenge, Isn't It. But Don't Despair... Help Has Arrived! (Non-fiction; Reference/Writing from Sandee Hemphill) You're pressed for time. You're swamped at work and home demands your after-hours attention. Yet you want to write a book. How do you resolve this dilemma? NIGHT WRITER is the answer you've been looking for. NIGHT WRITER [...]
 
Book: Lessons I Learned As An Author - A Practical Guide to Write Your Book, Publish It & Market It Too by Sheldon D. Newton
Do you want to write a book, but need plain advice as to how to do it? Are you already an author but needs to know what it takes to make it and become a best-selling author . Perhaps you need help with advertising your book. In this ground-breaking, strategic and practical resource, best-selling author and speaker Sheldon D. Newton removes the mysteries surrounding becoming successful as an [...]
 
Book: Musings from the Writer's Desk by Elizabeth Bailey
Writing advice straight from the horse's mouth. Elizabeth Bailey's writing blog Helping Writers Get it Right reflects problems she was running into as well as random thoughts about writing that struck her at the time. She tells it like it is with no holds barred. Sometimes philosophical, carelessly casual and occasionally furious, Elizabeth spits out the truth about being a writer and offers up [...]
 
Book: How To Write That Scene - Professional Techniques For Fiction Authors (Writer's Craft Book 28) by Rayne Hall
Learn how professional authors craft scenes, and apply the techniques to your fiction. This book shows you how to choose the cast of characters and the point-of-view, how to work with plot events and create conflict, how to build tension and conflict, and how to rework a dull scene to make it sparkle. It teaches you professional techniques for specific types of scenes, with a full chapter for [...]
 
Book: Ada's Daughter by Jacqueline Maduneme
Jacqueline Maduneme's life should have been paved with the types of stories little girls dream of, but the landscape of her life was torn apart by a commanding and overbearing father and a series of horrors that would tear most anyone apart and ruin them for life. Ada's Daughter recounts the life of Nigerian-born Jacqueline Maduneme who endured and overcame physical and emotional pain and [...]
 
Book: We're Not Write - Two Sibs Misusing Technology by Cass Alexander and C.C. Edwards
"It was the best of texts, it was the worst of texts ..." From accidentally propositioning a friend's mom for a ball massage to finding a booger in a cup of coffee, We're Not Write offers a variety of hilarious anecdotes between siblings, Cass and C.C. Bear witness to their digital correspondence, insults, and major life faux pas in this laugh-out-loud collection.
 
Book: How To Write Your Story - record your personal history in 30 minutes a day by Deb Graham
Why Write Your Own Story? It's a scary thought--What if you die before you tell your life's story, and your busybody sister-in-law decides to write it for you? Yes, she's diligent, but she never really liked you, and she surely doesn't know you as well as you know yourself. No one can tell your personal stories as clearly or as accurately as you can! Now's the time, before it's too late. No dry [...]
 
Book: From Writing With Love by Avril Joy
In From Writing With Love, her inspirational book on writing, Costa Short Story winner Avril Joy shares her writing life - the highs and lows, and everything she learned about writing along the way. 'I came late to writing and after a matter of only months found myself hopelessly in love. I had some modest, early success with publication but then a series of difficult rejections. In 2011 I came [...]
 
Book: Signs of a Great Résumé - How to Write a Résumé that Speaks for Itself by Scott Vedder
Your resume should be full of !@#$%. Just ask Scott Vedder. Scott has developed a simple way to make your resume speak for itself, using !@#$%, the Signs of a Great Resume. Each sign showcases your experience and skills and highlights your greatest achievements and contributions. ! Any part of your experience that was "amazing!" @ Defining points, places, dates and things in your career # Numbers [...]
 
Book: Reading a Writer's Mind - Exploring Short Fiction - First Thought to Finished Story by Linda Acaster
"...I place this one alongside the excellent Dorothea Brande's book ['Becoming A Writer'], and Stephen King's 'On Writing', both of which have been formative in my writing..." - Stuart Aken, author of 'The Methuselah Strain'. "...Her thinking on characterisation is especially enlightening..." - PF Field (Amazon UK reviewer) Wordcount: 53,700 approx - Written by the author of over seventy [...]
 
Book: Writing for Children (Aber How to become an author) by Stephanie Baudet
There has never been a better time to write for children. E-books are now being developed for children but new writers are making errors. Some people think that writing for children is easy but nothing could be further from the truth. The market is tough because of poorly presented manuscripts. That is why this book is so important, it will guide you through the minefield of avoidable mistakes. [...]
 
Book: Write Your Way Out Of Depression - Practical Self-Therapy For Creative Writers (Writer's Craft Book 21) by Rayne Hall
Use your writing talent and your skill with words heal yourself. Author Rayne Hall and psychologist Alexander Draghici show fourteen practical strategies for self-therapy. Do you feel like you're trapped in a dark hole of morass, sinking deeper and deeper, the mud rising to your hips, your chest, your throat? Is despair smothering you like a heavy blanket? Is your own life moving past you like a [...]
 
Book: Johnny's Adventure Makes Reading Fun by Jodi Desautels
Do you know a child who doesn't like to read? After hearing, "I don't like to read," many times, I wrote "Johnny's Adventure Makes Reading Fun." It is geared toward children ages 4-8 who don't like to read, have reading difficulties or disabilities, or other obstacles to reading. Yet, all children will like the adventurous storyline of "Johnny's Adventure Makes Reading Fun" which captures the [...]
 
Book: No Mistakes Resumes - How to Write a Resume That Will Get You the Interview (No Mistakes Careers) by Giacomo Giammatteo
Warning: Reading this book could get you a new job. Keep your resume out of the trash! Discover the secrets to a perfect resume. Learn the 3 most important parts of a resume. Find out how to get the hiring manager's attention. Learn which sections of your resume can send it to the trash. Uncover the magnificence of the perfect cover letter. What you'll get out of No Mistakes Resumes. If you've [...]
 
Book: How To Write a Simple Book Review - It's easier than you think by Allyson R. Abbott
#1 International Best-selling and Award-winning Author What the readers say: "Best 'how to' book I've read" "Really inspiring" "Encourages Reviewing of Books and Tells How!" "Love the tips, templates, guidelines, awesome book!" How to Write a Simple Book Review; It's easier than you think! The title explains this book perfectly. If you've ever wondered how (or even why you need to) to write a [...]
 
Book: Writing About Villains (Writing Craft) by Rayne Hall
Create fiends whom your readers will love to hate and can never forget. Forget the cardboard evil-doers with their evil laughter and stinking breath. Your villains will have personality, ideals, feelings and conflicts. They will challenge your heroes, chill your readers, and give your novel excitement and depth. This book is part of the Writer's Craft Series: Writing Fight Scenes, Writing Scary [...]
 
Book: How To Write A Business Plan for Astonishing Results. In just 3 days! by Vinil Ramdev
This book is about writing business plans quickly. Most entrepreneurs especially first time entrepreneurs find it daunting when it comes to writing a business plan. They don't have a clue on how to write a business plan. This book is for those entrepreneurs who want to write a business fast. The reason for the title "How to write a business plan for Astonishing results. In just 3 days!" is to [...]
 
Book: Dead Write - A Forensic Handwriting Mystery by Sheila Lowe
Sheila Lowe's mysteries "just keep getting better," [American Chronicle] thanks to feisty forensic handwriting expert Claudia Rose, who knows that when it comes to solving a murder, sometimes the pen can be mightier than the sword. Claudia heads to the Big Apple at the behest of Grusha Olinetsky, the notorious founder of an elite dating service whose members are mysteriously dying. The assignment [...]
 
Book: How You Can Write a Successful Master's Thesis in 8 Steps - The Secret to Completing Your Master's Degree in Mass Communication by Thabo Nkomo
How You Can Write a Successful Master's Thesis in 8 Steps The Secret to Completing Your Master's Degree in Mass Communication! If you are a candidate for master's degree in mass communication, the most effective way to complete your degree is to create a thesis. This book demystifies the process of writing a winning thesis. Discover eight proven steps to help you achieve your goals. Get [...]
 
Book: Writer's Craft Power Pack 2 - Five-Book Bundle For Authors by Rayne Hall
This bundle contains five guides from the bestselling Writer's Craft series by Rayne Hall: Writing Vivid Settings, Writing Scary Scenes, Twitter for Writers, Why Does My Book Not Sell? 20 Simple Fixes and Writing About Villains. Please note: These books are guides for experienced writers who're ready to take their craft skills to the next level. They're not suitable for novices wanting to learn [...]
 
Book: Essay 101 - The Solution to all Nigerian and International Essay Contest by Stanley I. Kalu
Essay contest winning ideas always works but it is important for you to know whether those ideas are useful. Take a look on these winning ideas: 1. Read the instructions carefully: Read the instructions again and again, it will tell you how to write an essay and the exact essay format, it will also tell you about the essay length or the word counts. For example; if you have been asked to write [...]
 
Book: Writing Vivid Plots - Professional Techniques for Fiction Writers (Writer's Craft Book 20) by Rayne Hall
Do you want to give your novel a powerful story line? Do you want to power up a draft you've written? This guide shows professional techniques for developing and structuring your fiction book. It solves plot problems such as slow beginnings, sagging middles and flat endings, and guides you to write specific story parts such as the 'Black Moment' and the 'Climax'. The focus of this guide is on [...]
 
Book: Mid-Novel Writing Prompts - 100 Inspiring Ideas For The Fiction Book You've Started To Write (Writer's Craft 23) by Rayne Hall
Do you want a daily dose of inspiration to carry your novel plot forward? Conventional lists of writing prompts are great for starting new projects, but don't work if you're already well into a story with developed characters and an ongoing plot. This book can help. Whether you seek to boost your own imagination, to rekindle your passion for a book project or to release a creative block, these [...]
 
Book: How to Make Your Books Appeal to Readers - How to write non fiction books that make readers talk about your books by Sesan Oguntade
Now Readers Can Fall in Love With Your Books! Are you getting tired and disappointed? That book has failed to get good reviews and sell very well on the various sales platforms. Do you sometimes wonder how best-selling, non-fiction authors have written books that have drawn lots of goodwill, positive word of mouth and lots of cash? You should stop your search, 'How to Make Your Books Appeal to [...]
 
Book: Writing Dark Stories - How to Write Horror and Other Disturbing Short Stories (Writer's Craft Book 6) by Rayne Hall
Learn to haunt your readers with powerful, chilling tales. Make their spines tingle with anticipation and their skins crawl with delicious fear. Disturb their world-view and invite them to look into the dark corners of their own souls. This book gives you a wealth of tools and techniques for writing great short stories. It is part of the acclaimed Writer's Craft series. TABLE OF CONTENTS - [...]
 
Book: Suspects & Sleuth's Murder Mystery Design Guide - A Guide to Creating, Writing, and Hosting your own Murder Mystery Dinner Party Games by Brianna ...
If you have ever wanted to write and host your own murder mystery party games but you did not know where to start or how to begin than this book is the perfect guide for you! All the ideas and inspiration you could possibly ever need to create the professional quality murder mystery dinner party games of your dreams are included here in this guide. You can create an unlimited variety of murder [...]
 


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