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The Story Toolkit: Your Step-by-Step Guide To Stories That Sell By Susan Bischoff Kait Nolan,

  • Title: The Story Toolkit: Your Step-by-Step Guide To Stories That Sell
  • Author: Susan Bischoff Kait Nolan
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 440
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Do you have an idea for a book but don t know how to get started Have you started books, but get stuck in the middle and can t quite finish Have you finished books, but received poor reviews or rejections from publishers who thought something was lacking Don t be a slave to the Muse Don t sit around and wait for the right inspiration to carry you away Let me take youDo you have an idea for a book but don t know how to get started Have you started books, but get stuck in the middle and can t quite finish Have you finished books, but received poor reviews or rejections from publishers who thought something was lacking Don t be a slave to the Muse Don t sit around and wait for the right inspiration to carry you away Let me take you by the hand and walk you through a step by step process of plotting a novel, from the first spark of an idea The Story Toolkit is like having a developmental editor in your pocket someone who can ask the right questions at the right stage It can straighten out that story you ve got tangled up in your head, and smooth it out into a clear plan you can use to write a successful novel It does this through a series of worksheets to help you build your novel into something of ever greater complexity It provides a framework to combat the chaos of disordered thinking and too much possibility It teaches the dramatic structure that is the basic underpinning of most successful commercial fiction Yet, because this is a self guided journey, it s entirely flexible You re still the one in charge of your plot You decide how complex your story will be You decide how much planning to do before you sit down to write But any time you get stuck, you can always go back to it for help This is a method that works for writing any kind of fiction Whether your genre of choice is romance, science fiction, thriller, adventure, or any of dozens of others, popular commercial fiction of all types shares a common structure I want to show you how to use that to build your own stories, so you never get lost in the middle again Along the way, I m going to teach you some of the best things I ve learned from years of studying fiction, studying the best books on writing, writing my own books, and editing unpublished fiction I ve thrown out the filler so I can give you just the information you really need to get started right now Maybe you re a complete beginner Maybe you re a hobbyist looking for a way to win NaNoWriMo this year Maybe you re a published author looking for a way to become efficient, because you re tired to throwing out half of your first draft and writing it all over again Whatever your level in the novel writing game, The Story Toolkit will give you a method for creating compelling stories readers and publishers long to buy.
    The Story Toolkit Your Step by Step Guide To Stories That Sell Do you have an idea for a book but don t know how to get started Have you started books but get stuck in the middle and can t quite finish Have you finished books but received poor reviews or reject

    One thought on “The Story Toolkit: Your Step-by-Step Guide To Stories That Sell”

    1. A good book that combines a lot of great advice It came with a link to a downloadable worksheet That useful item makes it easier to follow along and to use the book I feel that it might come off as intimidating for new writers However, those who have read a few books on the craft will have no problem following along I found a few good gems I hadn t come across elsewhere.

    2. Difficult to rateOn the one hand this is a very detailed and long winded way of creating a plot outline On the other hand this is an overly detailed and long winded way of creating a plot outline So much work went into this project and the downloadable worksheets equal about 66 pages of PDF This is a good system to use if you were one of those that love to plot and will spend 10% of your words plotting If you were looking for a quick and easy this ain t the way to go.

    3. A good conglomeration of story structure methodology, including everything from world building to character arcs to sub plotting to major beat outlining A background knowledge of the terminology for three or four act structure is essential to get the most from this book The worksheets are thorough without being overwhelming A great story planning resource for a panster or a plotter.

    4. I absolutely do not write without this book It s made me a better, efficient writer, asking me all the questions I actually need to answer before I get into the nitty gritty of writing A must have addition to any writer s arsenal.

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