Writing Fiction: A Hands-On Guide for Teens (Google eBook)

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iUniverse, Aug 11, 2010 - Reference
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How do I begin my novel? How do I write convincing dialogue? Where can I get an idea for a story? How do I keep motivated?

If you're a young writer, answers to these questions and more can be found in "Writing Fiction: A Hands-On Guide for Teens." Written by a writer for writers, this book was created just for you by someone who believes in young writers and who also likes to have some fun along the way. Here's a sample of what you'll find inside.

Stuck for a Story Idea?
Who, What, Where, When
- Who: Your Characters
- What: Your Plot
- Where and When: Your Setting
Ways to Start a Story with Character, Action or Setting
Writing Description That Even You Will Want to Read
Connecting With Other Writers

And much more...

  

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Contents

Meeting Your Goals
2
BrainDump System
4
Stuck for a Story Idea?
12
Who What Where When
16
Ways to Start a Story
26
Dialogue
32
Point of View
34
Writing Description That EvenYou Will Want to Read
38
Seven Editing Questions and WhyYou Need to Ask Them
42
Connecting With Other Writers
44
Be Ready For It
46
Beat Writers Block by Playing Your Cards Right
48
Keeping the Writer in You Motivated
50
Last Words
52
REFERENCES
54
Copyright

Watch the Wass and Iss
40

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About the author (2010)

Heather Wright started working in web production in 1996 at onsale.com. She is a standards advocate and specializes in the integration of design with development whether it's PHP, Ruby on Rails, .NET, or the next big technology.

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