Do you struggle to write your story? Do you lose track of whatever to
say whenever you sit down to write your story? Here's a guide to your
It doesn't even want to believe you know how to write a story or
what a story is. In an easy-to-read manner, the information distilled in
this book will take you from finding ideas for your story to plotting
to writing it.
No doubt that you could wake up one day, pick up your pen and
notepad, and start scribbling away. No problem if you're writing
exclusively for for yourself. But there could be a problem if you'll be
sharing your story with the world.
What if you could learn how to write a story from scratch? What if
you could build in-depth characters, settings and conflicts that catch
readers' mind and build their suspense? What if you could avoid writing
fiction jargon altogether, even while writing exclusively for yourself?
Avoid the most dangerous itch, which originates from your story. You
can sell a crappy book with some workaround for the short run, but it
would backfire in the long run.
Here are some of the things you'll learn in this book:
The essential elements of fiction
The only way stories are conceived stories are conceived.
How to develop three-dimensional, in-depth characters so they feel real to your readers.
Character questionnaire to help you with you character building.
How to create suspense-building conflicts in your story.
What settings are and how to get setting ideas for your story.
What a plot is, types of plots, and how to plot your story.
How to write in different point of views.