Writing Fiction: The Top 100 Best Strategies for Writing Fiction Stories
- Narrated by: Joshua Mackey
- Length: 2 hrs and 43 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 01-15-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Lord Hart Productions
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Writing fiction is a fun and easy way to put your creativity skills to the test. Many people love fiction, and by writing it you can boost your creativity muscles and entertain listeners, and if your story is good enough, you may even be able to get published and makes lots of money.
However, like any craft, fiction writing requires a great deal of practice and precision to create a story that will captivate your audience and hold their attention. There are many elements to writing fiction that many writers don't even know about.
In this book you will discover everything you need to do in order to write a successful, exciting, and well-structured fiction story. You'll discover the things that you can do before you actually start writing, how to get into the creative flow state, how to structure and design your book, and things you can do once you've reached the end of the story. Plot, characters, dialogue, techniques, and strategy are just a few of the things you will learn how to master. You'll also learn the importance of defining your audience, picking your genre, inserting your theme, and everything else that your listeners will demand. Finally, you will discover how to write a killer ending to keep your listeners coming back for more!
If you're going for the gold in fiction writing, don't attempt to write your story until you've learned all the best elements that should be in a book. Writing a story can be hard, so the best way to succeed is to set yourself up for success in order to make sure you are working smarter and doing things right the first time!
Discover all the things that you can do to start producing high quality content that listeners will devour and that will have them coming back looking for more of your great stories!
What are you waiting for? Stop thinking and take action.
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By J. S. Thurlow on 03-17-16
How to write fiction better!
When you don't understand the basics of writing fiction, it can be really difficult to write a short story, much less a novel. This book is a great help in sorting through the basics, giving you a plan on how to go about writing really good fiction stories. I recommend this book to anyone who wants to write good fiction. It's an awesome manual to have with easy access to 100 great strategies for writers of any caliber or experience.
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By Kate Reuyan on 01-19-16
Just What I Needed to Start Writing Fiction!
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This book has given me so much information about how to start writing fiction that it has inspired me to write one (or maybe a few)! I used to think that fiction writing is hard and impossible as you need to use your imagination in order to come up with something interesting which is something I am not good at. I never knew that this book is all I needed to kickstart my journey to being an author!
This book contains a lot a of tips and strategies to give you a good start such as how to be a successful writer, how to create the basics of a fiction story, how to get into the creative flow state, how to structure and design your book, and many more!
If you are thinking of writing fiction, then this book is definitely for you!
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By Joanna JC on 01-20-16
Great tactics for writing fiction
If you could sum up Writing Fiction: The Top 100 Best Strategies for Writing Fiction Stories in three words, what would they be?
Professional, creative, useful
What was one of the most memorable moments of Writing Fiction: The Top 100 Best Strategies for Writing Fiction Stories?
“Writing fiction” greatest advice linked with character setting. When you set character you have to remember that he or she can’t be the same figure at the beginning to the end. He must change, be dynamic and must looks naturally to readers. Set a protagonist, who can’t be perfect, easier to reader to follow. How is look like, how is his experience, childhood, relationships and goals. Which factors make him change and what he achieves after transformation. Your protagonist need own personality, even if he is antihero and has bad habits, making wrong decision and has rally dark personality, still must be interesting. Try to set certain voice and vocabulary for your character depends who he is, where he is working and what are his social background.
Have you listened to any of Joshua Mackey’s other performances? How does this one compare?
I listened Joshua Mackey in others e-books written by Ace McCloud ("Spirituality") and Blaine Hart ("Writing Fantasy"). This time his performance is excellent, his voice tone helps you listening actively, writing notes and just relax.
If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
“Writing fiction” by Blaine Hart contains the useful tip to self-assess yourself as a writer. Are you just beginner, advance or expert? What is your audience? How good are your organizational skills, your contact with publishers? Can you attract your audience and make them feel moved by your style? Do they have emotional reactions for your story? If yes, you definitely a good writer. If you fell that you need to improve your skills “Writing fiction” definitely helps you with organize your tools, time and money and be a successful writer.
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Hart presents useful technique that exposes tension is “show not tell”. Try to make your dialogue vivid, nervous, full of opposite emotions like fear, love or admiration. Show how characters behave, what the scenery looks like, how his feeling and emotions are presented. Concentrate what are main symptoms of emotions, instead of calling emotions straightforward. That really helpful exercises and have a good result.
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