Teach Yourself How to Write a Blockbuster

Teach Yourself How to Write a Blockbuster Teach Yourself How to Write a Blockbuster is unlike other writing guides in that it instructs you on how to write a plot based action focused book specifically for the commercial market In addition

  • Title: Teach Yourself How to Write a Blockbuster
  • Author: Lee Weatherly Helen Corner
  • ISBN: 9780071478014
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Paperback
  • Teach Yourself How to Write a Blockbuster is unlike other writing guides in that it instructs you on how to write a plot based, action focused book specifically for the commercial market In addition, it covers one of the most important aspects of publishing a novel finding an agent Covers various genres, including romance, thrillers, and mysteries Steers writers towar Teach Yourself How to Write a Blockbuster is unlike other writing guides in that it instructs you on how to write a plot based, action focused book specifically for the commercial market In addition, it covers one of the most important aspects of publishing a novel finding an agent Covers various genres, including romance, thrillers, and mysteries Steers writers toward the hottest trends in fiction

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    1. How to Write a BestsellerThis should interest those of you who are budding writers or wannabe’s. I read this book called ‘How to write a blockbuster’ about a year ago now, in part preparation for my task of writing a book. The book is from the ‘teach yourself range’ by Helen Corner & Lee Weatherly, and contains all the semantics of crafting a story plus all the ins and outs of getting published. In fact, I contacted one of the agents mentioned in the book. I ended up re-reading muc [...]

    2. A Little Book that Packs a Big PunchIf you’re hoping to write commercial fiction that is attractive to the trade and readers alike, and you need some help (and at the beginning who doesn’t?) a how-to guide written by the founder of one of the most well respected consultancies operating today – Cornerstones – is a good place to begin. This book won’t disappoint. Not merely good, it’s great. Helen Corner and co-author Lee Weatherly take the novice writer through the various stages of t [...]

    3. Oh, God. Together with Orson Scott Card's book on character,t hsi how-to depressed me more than anything by Camus or Kafka. Why? because some of my own favourite light reading would fail allt hese tests. I quite like wandering discursive novels like Gaudy Night, just as I like plump women. Plainly, I'm not going to be seing much of either. These rules, especially the ones for making character likeable, are just laughable. A likeable character is this driving person,t eh kind of person who is alw [...]

    4. Pretty much does as says on the cover, this is a practical guide to writing novels for publication and how to proceed from a first draft through the editing process and then submission to agents, etc.It's been a book I've dipped into over the past couple of weeks and found it provided some interesting tips that I'll likely apply to my next NaNoWriMo project. Lee Weatherley had certainly put these ideas on pacing, characterization and the like to good use in her own novels (Angel Trilogy). She wr [...]

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