Doghouse on Malibu Beach & 4 other tips on Structure and Villainy
By Hilari Bell
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Published: Aug. 29, 2011
Words: 6,423 (approximate)
This collection contains 5 tips on what to do with the beginning, middle and climax of your novel, how to make the best use of your villian, and what constitutes a "high concept" story.
Doghouse on Malibu Beach talks about what should and shouldn't appear in the first five pages of your manuscript.
Middle-of-the-Novel Mud tells you how to keep the middle of your story--and your readers--revved.
And Rising to the Occasion deals with making the climax of your novel rock!
High Concept, explains this elusive term, and whether or not it's necessary.
And in Villians, we discuss how you can use your bad guy to make your novel really good.
, writing fiction
, writing novels
, writing craft
, story structure
, hilari bell
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