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Try not to use 'lovely' and 'plump' in the same compliment

Try not to use 'lovely' and 'plump' in the same compliment

Every once in a while, I pick up a book that’s so compelling I just can’t put it down until I reach the last page. Sometimes it’s because the book is flat-out amazing; sometimes it’s because the book is good enough and the plot is amazing. Un-put-down-able books, for me, have certain qualities: g

Unputdownable: 17 books I read in 24 hours or less (because they were just that good)

Every once in a while, I pick up a book that’s so compelling I just can’t put it down until I reach the last page. Sometimes it’s because the book is flat-out amazing; sometimes it’s because the book is good enough and the plot is amazing. Un-put-down-able books, for me, have certain qualities: g

How do you know which point of view and tense are right for your novel? Click through to check out my top tips today!

How to Choose Your Novel's POV & Tense

How do you know which point of view and tense are right for your novel? Click through to check out my top tips today!

Halfway through the first draft? Psh. How about halfway through the first chapter.

Halfway through the first draft? Psh. How about halfway through the first chapter.

book quotes Author Michelle Zink More

book quotes Author Michelle Zink More

Your novel is only as good as the parts the reader actually gets to. So after you’ve written your opening scene with a bittersweet celebration, what’s next? There’s a “day in the life” scene that occupies the space between the opening and the call to adventure. The bestselling authors of Harry Potter & The Sorcerer’s Stone, Twilight, and The Hunger Games use this scene to establish normalcy and to send the hero on a pleasant errand.

5 Ideas to Make Your Second Scene Count

Your novel is only as good as the parts the reader actually gets to. So after you’ve written your opening scene with a bittersweet celebration, what’s next? There’s a “day in the life” scene that occupies the space between the opening and the call to adventure. The bestselling authors of Harry Potter & The Sorcerer’s Stone, Twilight, and The Hunger Games use this scene to establish normalcy and to send the hero on a pleasant errand.

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HOW TO BUILD A BOOK AUDIENCE BEFORE IT'S PUBLISHED

Marketing Tips, Book Marketing, Book Marketing Ideas, Book Marketing Plan, Writing, Creative writing, Writing tips, Writing novel, Writing creative, Writing a book, Writing process, Marketing strategy, Marketing ideas, Marketing social media, Author platform.

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