Writing Fantastic Fiction

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Writing Fantastic Fiction

Writing Fantastic Fiction Want to write a fantastic work of fiction Sometimes getting started is the hardest part This book takes you through the steps of writing a story from beginning to end Learn how to gather inspiration a

  • Title: Writing Fantastic Fiction
  • Author: Jennifer Joline Anderson
  • ISBN: 9781467782906
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
  • Want to write a fantastic work of fiction Sometimes getting started is the hardest part This book takes you through the steps of writing a story from beginning to end Learn how to gather inspiration and develop a story s characters Then visualize and organize your story s plot with a writing map And after you ve written a really rough draft, check out tips for revisinWant to write a fantastic work of fiction Sometimes getting started is the hardest part This book takes you through the steps of writing a story from beginning to end Learn how to gather inspiration and develop a story s characters Then visualize and organize your story s plot with a writing map And after you ve written a really rough draft, check out tips for revising your work You ll also be inspired by unique writing exercises and storytelling insights from popular authors Whether you want to write a puzzling mystery, a lighthearted romance, a dark sci fi epic, or a tale that borrows from your own life, a blank page can be the starting point for a powerful story.

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    1. Kels on said:

      I picked up this book specifically for my eleven year old niece who has aspirations of becoming a novelist, and she absolutely loved it. We pored over it together (in less than an hour, so it is a very short read), and I think that the writing was concise, easy to understand and follow, and it also covered a good deal of information in such few pages, along with some great tips and advice on developing rudimentary skill-sets as a writer. I would recommend this for readers between the ages of 8-1 [...]

    2. Amber on said:

      I really enjoyed the simplicity this book has and the advice I got from it. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to shake up their writing and clean up any bad habits. There's also quite a few prompt inducing tips if you're feeling a creative block.

    3. LouLou on said:

      Read review in its entirety at compassbookratings/revStep on up and come write this way to learn the basics of writing fiction in Jennifer Joline Anderson's, Writing Fantastic Fiction. A great introductory book for adolescents who are keen to discover useful techniques to help them devise a story. So, what can the reader expect? “You'll also discover advice on gathering story ideas and developing characters, a setting, and a plot. And you'll move from writing a rough draft to editing, revising [...]

    4. Jane Night on said:

      This book is a very useful handbook for beginning writers. I would absolutely recommend for teens who are just trying their hands at creative writing.For someone who has been writing for some time I found the book much less helpful. At this stage I expect that most books will be 99% things I have heard of before but I expect there to be 1% new ideas. I really hope to take away some pearl of wisdom from every book I read. I don’t feel like I got my 1% out of this book. It was very short and ver [...]

    5. B.B. Morgan on said:

      From the description, I expected more. This is a kid's book, not a "real" writing books. Of course, I'm bias, because there was no "YA" label or "J" for juvenile book (I read a library's copy, for which I waited over a month in a queue.) For someone who's never read a writing book, sure this book would be a nice little entry way into the subject. For someone (me) who's read dozens of them, this one falls short. The advice is surface level with things such as "For ideas, look to your own dreams," [...]

    6. A.B. Patterson on said:

      I thought this book was a useful revision of basic writing theory, but I had hoped for something a bit more advanced. I would highly recommend this for young people starting out with writing, and perhaps it should clearly indicate that that is the level it's aimed at.

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