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Publisher's Summary

Attention authors! Are you sick of being stuck in a creative rut? The 7 Points of Write is the cure for what ails you. In The 7 Points of Write, you'll discover a totally unorthodox approach to unlocking your creative potential, which will allow you to take your ideas from concept to paper and hook your readers from page one! Learn to annihilate writer's block, and discover true secrets to tapping into your creative writing stream and a world of unlimited ideas for every genre of fiction possible. This is not another "writing guideline" book. You will not learn when/where to place commas or how to structure sentences. What you will learn is the unique approach to storytelling used by 711 Press, a formula that will literally turn your book into an enthralling novel despite the genre. If you're ready to breathe life into your story, The 7 Points of Write is your creative oxygen tank!
©2012 Daniel Middleton (P)2014 Daniel Middleton
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By pondo on 08-27-17

Great Lessons

Which character – as performed by Bobby Brill – was your favorite?

I found it interesting to describe a characters physical attributes, during an action, i.e., As Ronnie rapidly turned his head, his long stringy hair goy caught in his mouth. Just that much was worth the price of admission for an inspiring writer, but there is much more.

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By James Parker on 12-16-15

What a waste of time

Would you try another book from Daniel Middleton and Jaime Vendera and/or Bobby Brill?

No. Not from these authors, and not from this narrator.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Bobby Brill?

Anyone who would put a little effort into the job. The intonation the narrator used made it painfully clear that he had no understanding of what the words he was saying even meant. And this made it VERY difficult to follow the meaning as a listener. He has a nice enough voice, but it sounded exactly as if he was handed some pages to read, someone stuck a microphone in his face, and said "go". That is how much effort was apparently put into this production.

Any additional comments?

Full disclosure: I only listened to the first 20 minutes or so. But during that time, I had the entire table of contents read to me TWICE. Seriously: the TABLE OF CONTENTS! TWICE! And a foreword, or introduction or something.

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