Do you want to write fiction, but don’t understand how to begin the process? Are you intimidated by ‘real writers’ who already have books on the market? No matter what experience you have (or lack), Write the Perfect Read will take you through each step of story creation and break it down into easy-to-understand instructions with fun examples from both the book and the film industries. Are you ready to take the next step in your career and write a novel? This comprehensive, succinct guide to writing fiction will teach you to employ the two triangles of writing in less than two hours.In this book you will learn:
-How to create a compelling and relatable character
-The foolproof formula for plot-Never to underestimate the power of setting
-What writers are made of and how they can improve their skills and methods
-How to fully engage the reader based on brain science, product expectations, and emotional connection
-How to navigate through the intimidating world of book services (developmental editing, copyediting, proofreading, and formatting)
-The options you have for publishing, and the pros and cons of each type
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Maria Mountokalaki is a teacher, copy editor, translator, and full time mom to a black and white dog named Cora. Her expertise is in the area of teaching English as a second language, which is also the type of Master’s degree she holds. When she isn’t doing any of those scholarly things, you can find her playing (and reviewing) board games, DnD, walking in the woods with Cora, or enjoying her homemade pizza with her friends. Her passion for nonfiction is unparalleled, and her loyalty to her friends is unmatched. For more writing by Maria, check out her blog Did I Just Write This at https://didijustwritethis.wordpress.com Maria currently resides in Athens, Greece.
Kristin N. Spencer is a bestselling author, developmental editor, and mom to three kids. She hopes to inspire her children to follow their dreams by doing so herself, running the editing co-op Literary Symmetry, playing Dean of Story Magic at the Academy of Storytelling, and writing several books a year, some fiction, some nonfiction. She is married to bestselling author and founder of Neighborhood MakerSpace, T.E. Spencer, who would have the manliest beard in the world if it didn’t bother Kristin so much when he lets it grow wild. They all live together in a super nerdy house in Western Pennsylvania with two dogs, Spartacus and Mooncake. For more writing by Kristin, check out her website at http://kristinnspencer.com