What Color Hat does your Universe Wear? & 4 other tips on Science Fiction, Fantasy and Writing for Kids
By Hilari Bell
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Published: Aug. 28, 2011
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This collection contains tips specific to writing Fantasy and Science Fiction, and what makes the teen/kids market different from selling books for adults.
Making your Reader Believe deals with suspension of disbelief--why it's so important in SF and Fantasy, and how to achieve it.
But What do the Trees Say? covers what world building does for your fantasy or SF novel, and what it can't do.
In Taking Away the Easy Button I explain how to use magic in your story without abusing it--or your reader.
What Color Hat does your Universe Wear? discusses how the world in which your charcters exist can illuminate them--or cast them into the shade.
And in Writing Children's Books vs. Adult Books, I talk about the differences between the two markets, and why writing for kids can do so much for your career.
, science fiction
, writing fiction
, writing novels
, writing craft
, hilari bell
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