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Do you struggle with creating conflict in your novel? You don't have to. 

Award-winning author Janice Hardy (and founder of the popular writing site, Fiction University) takes you deep inside one of the most important aspects of storytelling--conflict. She'll help you understand what conflict really is, discuss the various aspects of conflict, and reveal why common advice on creating conflict doesn't always work.

With in-depth analysis and easy-to-understand examples, Understanding Conflict (And What It Really Means) looks at how to develop and create conflict in your novel. It also explores aspects that affect conflict, and the misconceptions that confuse and frustrate so many writers.

This book will help you:
Understand what conflict means and how to use itTell the difference between external and internal conflictsSee why conflict isn't a "one size fits all" solutionDetermine the type of conflict your story needsFix lackluster scenes holding your writing back
Understanding Conflict (And What It Really Means) is more than just advice on what to do and what not to do—it’s a down and dirty examination and analysis of how conflict works, so you can develop it in whatever style or genre you’re writing. By the end of this book, you’ll have a solid understanding of what conflict means and the ability to use it without fear or frustration.

GÉNERO
Referencia
PUBLICADO
2017
agosto 1
LENGUAJE
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
172
Páginas
EDITORIAL
Janice Hardy
VENDEDOR
Draft2Digital, LLC
TAMAÑO
435.8
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