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Publisher's Summary

Choosing a theme for your novel. Quick note: Are you a Nanowrimo writer? Congratulations...So are we!
Years may pass after a listener has listened to your book, but one thing will remain with them. Yes, it is theme alright. Theme is what breathes life and meaning into your novel. It is what makes your novel something worth listened toing again; something worth remembering; something worth sharing. Some authors overlook theme… which isn’t a good thing. What seems to be a trivial matter really can make or break your story. And get this, whether you choose a theme or not, it will always be there no matter what. It’s inevitable for us writers and there is nothing we can do about it. Simply because we’re human our views, morals and ideals about life will pour out into our stories whether we like it or not. So, with that said, it’s about time to get your novel down pack. I mean… what is there to lose? We give you a list of themes to choose from. Examples our your friend and we have plenty.
If you’ve already written a novel find out what your theme is and what impact it will have on your listeners.
Get your answers now! Find out more inside!
©2014 Ora Rosalin (P)2014 Ora Rosalin
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2 out of 5 stars
By Evolving Knowledge on 12-09-17

Economical in Price, SND Quality, and Information

What would have made Choosing a Theme for Your Novel better?

The idea is good, but the information barely scratches the surface. A lot of *What* a theme is. Nothing about *How* to develop your theme beyond, "It's what your story is really about."

What didn’t you like about Kelly Sloan’s performance?

The narration sounds like it was done with the cheapest of microphones and recorded in a shower. I had to question why Audible allowed it to be listed.

Any additional comments?

At the price it was worth a shot. Just not worth it at any price.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Judith E. Prueitt on 06-07-15

I'm back in 6th grade again<br />

Common sense information in a timely manner. quality of recording is not studio standard. sounds like a textbook being read aloud. However as annoying as i think this series is, i find it useful as a reference for writers

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