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BIYC: The Climax


You might think that an informational nonfiction book doesn’t need a climax. You’re wrong.

The point of informational nonfiction is to get the reader to make a change in their life: buy a product, use a service, start a habit, work differently, be a better person, and so on. 969 more words

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How to Write a Book (Part 3)

So, you want to know “How to Write a Book?” You’ve read Part 1 and Part 2 and now you want to know what comes next. 497 more words

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How to Write a Book (Part 2)

So…first things first.

You want to write a book.

That’s easy. Just start writing.

Not sure how? Check out Part 1 of my “How to Write a Book” series. 840 more words

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How to Write a Book (Part 1)

Have you ever wondered what it takes to write a book?

I’m going to tell you!

The very first thing you have to do is decide to start. 1,537 more words

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Tone (How to write a book series)

If character and plot have their own solid, architectural structures, one of the most intangible elements of a story, for many writers, is tone. The chord or mood a novel strikes can be hard to define, but Peter Murphy and Rachel Kushner describe it in very similar terms. 949 more words

How To Write A Book

On Finding Your Literary Voice...

In reading literary reviews, or writing reviews in general, one note that commonly comes up how the author has found his or her voice. ‘This writer has found his voice…’ ‘She’s established her own voice…’ ‘His unique voice comes through loud and clear in his writing’. 1,268 more words

Step-By-Step In Writing

Today’s post is a podcast. It is the first of our free writing lessons which are going to lead you from the very begining till the end of writing a successful book. 14 more words

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