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Scene and Structure

Scene and Structure Author Jack M. Bickham
ISBN-10 0898795516
Release 1993-01-01
Pages 168
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Offers advice to writers on constructing fiction that flows from one scene to the next with logic, discussing how to revise scenes for maximum effect and how to fix common errors



Elements of Fiction Writing Scene Structure

Elements of Fiction Writing   Scene   Structure Author Jack Bickham
ISBN-10 0898799066
Release 1999-03-15
Pages 168
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Craft your fiction with scene-by-scene flow, logic and readability. An imprisoned man receives an unexpected caller, after which "everything changed..." And the reader is hooked. But whether or not readers will stay on for the entire wild ride will depend on how well the writer structures the story, scene by scene. This book is your game plan for success. Using dozens of examples from his own work - including Dropshot, Tiebreaker and other popular novels - Jack M. Bickham will guide you in building a sturdy framework for your novel, whatever its form or length. You'll learn how to: "worry" your readers into following your story to the end prolong your main character's struggle while moving the story ahead juggle cause and effect to serve your story action As you work on crafting compelling scenes that move the reader, moment by moment, toward the story's resolution, you'll see why... believable fiction must make more sense than real life every scene should end in disaster some scenes should be condensed, and others built big Whatever your story, this book can help you arrive at a happy ending in the company of satisfied readers.



Plot

Plot Author Ansen Dibell
ISBN-10 1854870696
Release 1990
Pages 170
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Plot has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Plot also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Plot book for free.



The Scene Book

The Scene Book Author Sandra Jean Scofield
ISBN-10 0143038265
Release 2007
Pages 247
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In this treasure-trove of wisdom from an award-winning author and teacher, both the beginner and the seasoned writer learn how to build better scenes, the underpinning of any good narrative.



Dialogue

Dialogue Author Lewis Turco
ISBN-10 0898799473
Release 1999-07-15
Pages 118
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Learn how to utilize dialogue to dramatize conflict, the most effective balance between dialogue and other story elements, and the difference between effective dialogue and real speech.



Techniques of the Selling Writer

Techniques of the Selling Writer Author Dwight V. Swain
ISBN-10 9780806186672
Release 2012-09-06
Pages 344
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Techniques of the Selling Writer provides solid instruction for people who want to write and sell fiction, not just to talk and study about it. It gives the background, insights, and specific procedures needed by all beginning writers. Here one can learn how to group words into copy that moves, movement into scenes, and scenes into stories; how to develop characters, how to revise and polish, and finally, how to sell the product. No one can teach talent, but the practical skills of the professional writer's craft can certainly be taught. The correct and imaginative use of these kills can shorten any beginner's apprenticeship by years. This is the book for writers who want to turn rejection slips into cashable checks.



Make a Scene

Make a Scene Author Jordan Rosenfeld
ISBN-10 1582974799
Release 2007-11-23
Pages 288
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Write Scenes that Move Your Story Forward In Make a Scene, author Jordan E. Rosenfeld takes you through the fundamentals of strong scene construction and explains how other essential fiction-writing techniques, such as character, plot, and dramatic tension, must function within the framework of individual scenes in order to provide substance and structure to the overall story. You'll learn how to: Craft an opening scene that hooks readers and foreshadows supporting scenes Develop various scene types - from the suspenseful to the dramatic to the contemplative - that are distinct and layered Tailor character and plot around specific scene types to better convey the nuances of your storyline Create resonating climactic and final scenes that stay with readers long after they've finished your work



Characters Viewpoint

Characters   Viewpoint Author Orson Scott Card
ISBN-10 UOM:39076000902937
Release 1988-08-15
Pages 182
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Describes the different kinds of functions characters fulfill in a story, discusses motive, stereotypes, models, minor characters, comedy, and transformation



Elements of Fiction Writing Conflict Action Suspense

Elements of Fiction Writing   Conflict  Action   Suspense Author William Noble
ISBN-10 0898799074
Release 1999-03-15
Pages 185
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What makes a book a page-turner? How do you grab your readers right from the start and hold them through the last sentence? How do you make your plot twist and turn and keep the action moving without losing continuity? You do it by generating drama and developing it using conflict, action and suspense. You make your reader burn to know what's going to happen next. You create tension...and build it...to the breaking point. William Noble shows you how to intensify that pressure throughout your story. You'll learn exactly what constitutes conflict, action and suspense, how they relate to other important ingredients in your story, and - perhaps most important - how to manipulate them. Through thorough, step-by-step instruction, you'll learn how to... set the stage with techniques and devices that enhance drama introduce suspense from the very beginning of your story build suspense through cliff-hangers, dialogue, mood, character development, point of view, subtlety and indirection, and time and place bring all that conflict, action and suspense to a gripping conclusion There are all sorts of ways to create tension in your prose - from using adjectives and nouns that drip with imagery to making quick scene cuts and transitions to accelerating the pace. Learn them here. Then use them, and your story will plunge your readers into a river of worry...and the current will carry them to The End.



Setting

Setting Author Jack M. Bickham
ISBN-10 0898799481
Release 1999
Pages 176
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Even if you have great characters, outstanding dialogue and a gripping plot, your story isn't complete without the appropriate setting. Setting is the unifying element in most fiction, working in concert with plot, characterization and point of view. Here you'll explore how to use setting as the basis for creating dramatic, engaging stories. Focusing on detail, language and observation, Jack Bickham's invaluable instruction will not only improve your ability to create a strong setting, but also enhance your writing skills as a whole. You'll learn:- the function of setting within the fiction writing process- how setting works with plot, characterization and point of view- the effect of setting on unity- ways to generate story ideas through setting- techniques for creating setting- how to use setting as a thematic device- methods for using setting to stimulate your reader's senses- how to incorporate factual information for texture and authenticity- exercises for improving your powers of observation- tips for recording ideas, events and descriptions using notebook entriesOver the course of his esteemed career, Jack Bickham published more than 80 novels and instructional books, including Writing Novels That Sell and the 38 Most Common Fiction Writing Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them). A former creative writing professor, he instructed thousands of writers through his classes, seminars and Writer's Digest magazine articles.



Voice and Style

Voice and Style Author Johnny Payne
ISBN-10 0898796938
Release 1995
Pages 188
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Voice and style are tangible as air, and just as real. Readers hear "voice" in the overall sound of your story and in the thoughts and words of your characters. They sense "style" in the way you pull these currents together, creating the magnetism that unifies all the other elements of your fiction. Your voice, your style will make readers remember you and seek out your work. Contrary to popular belief, you can learn the techniques behind voice and style. You can give your characters unique voices and develop a writing style all your own. You'll learn through practical, instructive narrative; through examples as entertaining as they are informative; and through challenging exercises.



Creating Short Fiction

Creating Short Fiction Author Damon Knight
ISBN-10 0312150946
Release 1997-03-15
Pages 209
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Explains effective use of structure and pacing, and offers advice for creating realistic dialogue, plot, and characters



The Story Grid

The Story Grid Author Shawn Coyne
ISBN-10 9781936891368
Release 2015-05-02
Pages 344
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WHAT IS THE STORY GRID? The Story Grid is a tool developed by editor Shawn Coyne to analyze stories and provide helpful editorial comments. It's like a CT Scan that takes a photo of the global story and tells the editor or writer what is working, what is not, and what must be done to make what works better and fix what's not. The Story Grid breaks down the component parts of stories to identify the problems. And finding the problems in a story is almost as difficult as the writing of the story itself (maybe even more difficult). The Story Grid is a tool with many applications: 1. It will tell a writer if a Story ?works? or ?doesn't work. 2. It pinpoints story problems but does not emotionally abuse the writer, revealing exactly where a Story (not the person creating the Story'the Story) has failed. 3. It will tell the writer the specific work necessary to fix that Story's problems. 4. It is a tool to re-envision and resuscitate a seemingly irredeemable pile of paper stuck in an attic drawer. 5. It is a tool that can inspire an original creation.



Theme and Strategy

Theme and Strategy Author Ronald B. Tobias
ISBN-10 OCLC:60263395
Release 1995
Pages
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Theme and Strategy has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Theme and Strategy also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Theme and Strategy book for free.



Scenes and Sequels

Scenes and Sequels Author Mike Klaassen
ISBN-10 9781682229088
Release 2016-01-31
Pages 200
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Are you thinking about writing fiction? Writing a novel? Trying to improve a manuscript? Then you need to know all about scenes and sequels. Scenes and sequels are the one-two punch of a story that make it page-turning fiction. If you don't know what they are and how they work, how can your tale reach its potential? Writing fiction isn't easy, but trying to write a novel without a solid understanding of scenes and sequels will fall flat. You can learn about scenes and sequels in three ways: (1) just start writing and hope you figure it out over time, (2) read lots of books and attend a bunch of seminars, or (3) study a book devoted entirely to the subject. Mike Klaassen has already read the books and attended the seminars. Combining his copious notes with his own writing experience, he's clarified and expanded the concepts of scenes and sequels. Save yourself a ton of time, money, and frustration with one comprehensive, concise book. Inside "Scenes and Sequels," you'll discover: practical definitions of scenes and sequels, the components of scenes and sequels, how scenes and sequels compare to other passages of writing, the nuances of using each, practical examples of how to use scenes and sequels, prototype scenes and sequels, how to control the pace of your fiction, how to troubleshoot a manuscript with scene-and-sequel analysis, and much, much more. Why spend countless hours doing your own research? "Scenes and Sequels: How to Write Page-Turning Fiction" is a treasure of straightforward, practical information that you can use immediately. Unlock your full writing potential with "Scenes and Sequels" today!



Plot

Plot Author Ansen Dibell
ISBN-10 PSU:000021173738
Release 1988-08-15
Pages 170
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Covers openings, viewpoint, exposition, subplots, set-pieces, melodrama, patterns, pacing, transition, allegory, contrast, and revelation



The Plot Whisperer

The Plot Whisperer Author Martha Alderson
ISBN-10 9781440528477
Release 2011-09-15
Pages 256
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When it comes to writing bestsellers, it's all about the plot. Trouble is, plot is where most writers fall down--but you don't have to be one of them. With this book, you'll learn how to create stories that build suspense, reveal character, and engage readers--one scene at a time. Celebrated writing teacher and author Martha Alderson has devised a plotting system that's as innovative as it is easy to implement. With her foolproof blueprint, you'll learn to devise a successful storyline for any genre. She shows how to: Use the power of the Universal Story Create plot lines and subplots that work together Effectively use a scene tracker for maximum impact Insert energetic markers at the right points in your story Show character transformation at the book's climax This is the ultimate guide for you to write page-turners that sell!