Did you know that writing a book ranks in the top three things on bucket lists?
Maybe it’s on yours too or maybe you’ve always thought about writing a novel or have a story that needs to be told.
Writing a book is harder than you think…getting published even tougher, so I’ve put together what I call, Novel Writing Blueprint.
My hoped-for goal, gentle readers and writers, is to teach you how not to write a book. From awful dialog to awkward foreshadowing, cartoonish villains and even more cartoonish heroes, plot that goes nowhere, and metaphor-laced drivel, there will be something to offend even the most seasoned writer/agent/editor/beta reader/long-suffering friend of an author who thinks they've seen it all.
It's time for a revolution, says longtime English instructor Jean Reynolds. English instructors need to do less paperwork, and students need to do more learning. This provocative paper offers strategies to empower students to take ownership of their learning under the guidance of instructors who act as coaches and resources rather than paperwork machines.
Improve Your Writing Skills
Do you keep getting rejection letters about the novels and short stories you’re submitting by don’t know why? 50 Common Writing Sins can help you overcome mistakes that many beginning writers make when they first begin writing.
Are you receiving rejections for your short stories and novels but don’t know why?
Has your manuscript been returned due to head-hopping issues?
Writing Made Simple-Point of View can help make your story stronger, eliminate problems that make you look like a beginning writer
In Crafting the Short Story you’ll learn the main difference between plotting the short story versus plotting the novel and how it can increase your odds of getting your story published.
Create Character that your readers will love
The goal of every writing program, everywhere, is the same: to develop in students the ability to express themselves logically, clearly and effectively.
"The Artist Inside" writing development book for students and the accompanying "Teacher's Manual" are designed to achieve this universally acknowledged goal.