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Creating Character Arcs

Creating Character Arcs

by K.M. Weiland
282 Pages · 2016 · 1.20 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
The Psychology Workbook for Writers
by Darian Smith
90 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The Psychology Workbook for Writers is the fiction writing and creative writing guide which shares the various techniques to write stories. Darian Smith is the author of this impressive book. He is an award-winning author and has a degree in psychology. Smith is the member of New Zealand Association of Counselling and he also has a diploma in Counselling. Every writer wants their stories and characters believable and multi-layered. This book will help the writer to bring the revolution in their stories so everyone just loves it. The author shares the different strategies while assisting the writer to end up in a marvellous story. Make a habit of writing a story in one session. If you are writing a short story then complete it in one sitting and if you are willing to write a novel then must complete it for three months. The whole story depends on the protagonist and if you fail to create a good protagonist in the story then you won’t end up in a good story. A good protagonist always makes a decision and he is the man of his words. Use the dramatic question and create suspense in your story. Make your reader crave and think about what will happen next? Don’t spoil the story or show your cards till the last page. This is an ultimate guide for all the writers to become more professional in their style.
The Comic Toolbox
by John Vorhaus
191 Pages · 1994 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The Comic Toolbox is the humor writing, performing arts, reference and fiction writing book that teaches writers to polish their skills. John Vorhaus is the author of this fascinating book. This book teaches people how to become effective in writing comedy lines. It contains practical tools and exercises that polish the creativity of the writers and able to perform well when it comes to generating the best screenplay. We all are not comedy writers but we can learn it by following simple techniques. Use the words that have a higher impact on the psychology of humans. Gather the funny lines from the movies, plays, and novels. Accept the fact that you can become the best humor writer in the world. You care born with special talent that makes you the best in the world. Think before you are writing something and be on the top of your content every time. You have to experience a lot about the world once you start writing. There is no need to add humor in every sentence and keeps your jokes small. Your jokes should resemble the humor and sarcasm. This book contains the ideas, myths, and comics that will help you to become a person that you wanted to.
On Writing
by Stephen King
288 Pages · 2010 · 2 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
On Writing are the memoir, grammar reference, creative writing and reference writing book which shares the proven techniques and tips of writing amazing stories. Stephen King is the author of this magnificent book. Stephen is the king of writing fiction novels. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times. Millions of copies of his books are sold in the whole world. He wrote sixty novels and each novel is worth to read. There are different mythologies which writers follows while writing. Some writers prefer to go in quite places and some prefer to write in the morning. This book shows you how to start writing the story which breaks the world record. Work on your main character and build the character successfully. The whole story of the novel centred the main character so add carefully things related to it. Use simple words when characters are communicating with each other. Avoid the heavy and difficult worlds that sound unrealistic and weird. Don’t lose the end of the story, keep the suspense and mystery till the last page of the story. Don’t believe any of the writing rules that stop you to represent your idea. This book contains the practical tools and strategies which help the writers to polish their skills.
Wired for Story
by Lisa Cron
272 Pages · 2012 · 2.8 MB · 3 Downloads · New!
Wired for Story is the grammar reference, creative writing and psychology book which gives tons of tips to become an incredible writer. Lisa Cron is the author of this impressive book. Writing is a difficult task but it can become easy if we are talented and follow the rules. There are millions of people who are passionate to become a writer but they don’t have enough words to describe their story. Lisa Cron tells the secrets of writing a story which keeps the reader engage from the very first page. You will learn about those game-changer sentences which are ever written in history. Most of the teacher focuses on the strength of the words that are written in the story. This is one of the major mistakes where most of the aspiring writers failed yet they focus on the beautiful words, authentic dialogue, interesting characters, and amazing metaphors.
Story Genius
by Lisa Cron
288 Pages · 2016 · 4.3 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
Story Genius is the essay writing, story writing and English Literature guide which shares the secrets of writing a compelling story. Lisa Cron is the author of this fantastic book. Every writer in the universe wanted to write an incredible story which will be remembered for decades. There are few authors in the world who are very talented and they may not need the guideline of others. But most of the writers need the guidelines from the expert to polish their talent so they can showcase their abilities. Lisa Cron reveals the secrets of writing stories and discover the methods which uplift our work. Reading different stories is the first key point to become a great story writer. It brings an opportunity for you to read, analyze and evaluate the stories of an expert. Whenever you are writing a story then make sure you are aiming for the heart. You can write about justice, love, heroic sacrifice, freedom, redemption and love.
On Writing Well
by William Zinsser
336 Pages · 2006 · 1 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
On Writing Well is the authorship reference, business encyclopedia, and writing skills book which teaches people how to write books on different topics. William Zinsser is the author of this fabulous book. He is a remarkable editor, teacher, and writer. He begins his career from the New York Times and become the bestselling author in a few years. William wrote seventeen books and millions of copies of his books are sold on the world. This is a special book for those who wanted to learn the art of writing. This is a digital era and there are millions of books are available on both hard and soft forms. The people who have the passion to write books but they struggle in the beginning because they have no experience. This book helps you in writing about sciences, business, technology, arts, memoir, biography, and sports, etc. First of all, choose your topic wisely before taking your pencil. You must have some kind of interest on the particular topic that you are taking on.