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Elements of Fiction Writing Premium Collection

Are you ready for the ultimate guide to fiction writing? This collection contains a plethora of resources designed to help you give your readers the emotional rollercoaster ride they crave. Included are all of the books in our Elements of Fiction series, plus three additional top-rated books, four video tutorials, and four recorded webinars - each proven to be a valuable resource for writers like you. You'll learn everything from how to write amazing multi-layered characters to how to create a sense of place in your story. This is a collection no true fiction writer should be without.

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20 Master Plots

The best tales gain their power through plots that connect with the audience on both an emotional and intellectual level. Inside Ronald B. Tobias details these 20 time-tested plots. Each is discussed and analyzed, illustrating how a successful plot integrates all the elements of a story. Tobias then shows you how to use these plots effectively in your own work.

45 Master Characters

Characters is here to help you explore the most common male and female archetypes-the mythic, cross-cultural models from which all characters originate. Learn how to use archetypes as foundations for your own unique characters. Examine the mythic journeys of heroes and heroines-the progression of events upon which each archetype's character arc develops-and learn how to use them to enhance your story.

Elements Of Writing Fiction: Beginnings, Middles & Ends

Get your readers' attention-and keep it-from the first word to the final page. Translating that initial flash of inspiration into a complete story requires careful crafting. So how do you keep your story from beginning slowly, floundering midway, and trailing off at the end? Nancy Kress shows you effective solutions for potential problems at each stage of your story - essential lessons for strong start-to-finish storytelling.

Elements of Fiction Writing: Characters & Viewpoint

Are you looking for the ultimate guide to fiction writing? Do you need help creating characters and choosing a point of view for your story? Then Elements of Fiction Writing: Characters & Viewpoint is the perfect resource for you! As author Orson Scott Card says, "I give serious practical advice. No literary theories, no fancy art. I start from the premise that a story or novel is not a work of art, it's the script of a work of art, the blueprint, if you will, which the reader will use to construct the real work of art in their own memory."

Elements of Fiction Writing - Conflict and Suspense

Ramp up the tension and keep your readers hooked! Inside you'll find everything you need to know to spice up your story, move your plot forward, and keep your readers turning pages. Expert thriller author and writing instructor James Scott Bell shows you how to craft scenes, create characters, and develop story lines that harness conflict and suspense to carry your story from the first word to the last.

Make a Scene

Scenes are essential fictional units, and if a single unit falters, then an entire novel or short story can be weakened. This book explains the fundamentals of strong scene construction and how other essential fiction-writing techniques, such as character development, pacing, description, and transitions must function within the framework of individual scenes in order to provide substance and structure to the overall story.

How to Select the Best Point of View for Your Novel

In this tutorial, you will learn about the 4 types of point of view most often used in novel writing, their pros and cons, and how to select the best point of view from which to write your novel.

Why Here? Creating a Sense of Place

Begin with the question: Why here? But that's only the beginning. Where things in your story are happening can be just as important as why things are happening. Nothing should be there "just because." We'll dive into description and setting in ways you may not have considered before.

Show, Don't Tell: The Story Behind the Advice

Writers are advised again and again to show and not tell. But there's more to showing and telling in fiction than a blanket prohibition. This tutorial helps fill the gaps of the show, don't tell advice. Examples of both showing and telling will help you decide which should be used in a variety of situations and to create particular effects.

2 Surprising Strategies for Character Development: Character-Based and Plot-Driven

This tutorial looks at the different strategies that allow characters to develop appropriately for character-based and plot-driven fiction. Considerations are sometimes surprising and inspiring: Plot-driven needs backstory development, character-based needs now-in-the-moment, while both need lots and lots of attitude and "feet-on-the-ground" freedom.

How to Write Dialogue Like a Pro

Great authors use dialogue to reveal the hearts and minds of their characters, to create conflict and humor, to fuel action, and to rivet readers' attention. This intensive webinar, written and presented by instructor and award-winning novelist Elizabeth Sims, will give you the same tools the pros use to craft terrific dialogue.

How to Plot a Story Agents, Editors and Readers Can't Put Down

and introspective moments. Plot is both those things and so much more. Learn what makes a great plot and how to apply practical plot techniques as you craft a dramatic heart-felt and meaningful story.

Three Secrets of the Greats: Structure Your Story for Ultimate Reader Addiction

In this presentation, independent editor A. Victoria Mixon teaches the missing three pieces to the puzzle of storytelling structure. You can learn to take your reader on that fabulous rollercoaster ride they crave, creating Ultimate Reader Addiction to your stories, every single time.

The Elements of Story: Transforming Your Novel from Good to Great OnDemand Webinar

In this webinar you'll discover the must-have elements a story must have in order to compete in today's market! Write a great story, learn the five key forces that will make any story compelling, and master the six core competencies necessary for creating an engaging narrative.

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