How to Handle Conflict and Tension

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Tension brings out the best and the worst in characters. If you have difficulty plotting novel-length stories, struggle to write scenes where anything of actual story-worthiness happens, worry about the pacing of your drafts, or have a general reticence to put your characters into hot water, this book will show you some techniques for adding tension and conflict to your fiction writing. More

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About Kat Duncan

Kat Duncan is a creation extremist who is doing her best to identify human creativity and free it from captivity, one student at a time. As a young child, Kat once tried to confess the telling of her stories to her parish priest because she thought they fit the definition the nuns gave for telling a lie. With her lies fully sanctioned and blessed by church authorities, Kat writes stories to entertain and enlighten. She is a Fulbright Scholar who spent a year in West Germany before the fall of the Berlin Wall. Kat has a master's degree in education and over a dozen years of experience teaching students from elementary through college and beyond. Her stories span a range from realistic historicals to quirky suspense. Visit her at: http://www.katduncan.net

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Review by: Peter Lumba on April 13, 2014 :
Writing Skills? Yes, there are countless books on this topic out there and I'm sure just like me, many upcoming writers are skeptical about their worth. But I think all struggling fiction writers have something to learn from this book. The beauty of it is that Kat Duncan has a way of telling it all in a simple language that is enjoyable to read. The book covers virtually all the fundamentals that every fiction writer wanting to make any impact in the literary world should know - a true wealth of information indeed.
After reading the book I just felt I'd be unfair to her and to those who need this kind of information, not to give my opinion about it. Keep up the good work, Madam. You have positively influenced my writing.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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