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Since Beth hasn’the mentioned it, I thought I would let everyone know that she has a new workbook out, too. Released Dec. 15th in both print and electronic version, the workbook is designed to help mystery fiction writers plan and write their stories.
Here’so a quick blurb about the book:
The “Question Me a Novel” workbook is designed for writers who:
• Want to write a novel but don’t know where to start
• Have started a novel but don’t know how to finish
• Have written one or more novels that feel flat and lacking in depth
Based on the premise that you are the expert on your novel, the system leads you through a series of open-ended, non-prescriptive questions and exercises that can take you all the way from the seed of an idea to a finished book, or move you through a “stuck” spot in your story.
Whatever your genre, whether you’re a pantser or a plotter, this nuts & bolts workbook will give you practical, step-by-step strategies to take you from the initial idea to a completed first draft. You’ll learn how to:
• create a strong foundation for your novel
• create memorable characters and a compelling plot
• add depth and complexity
• use background and sensory details to bring the world of your story to life
• and much more.
You can find the book here:
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