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How to Write Compelling Fiction

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How to Write Compelling Fiction That Readers Can't Put Down

It's no longer acceptable to expect your reader to get ten - or even five - pages in before they are pulled into your story. With so much competition in the market today, your book has to grab the reader from the very first sentence. This collection of books and OnDemand webinars walks you through the must-haves for a truly compelling novel. From mastering your first pages to perfecting your plot, you'll find expert instruction on each phase of writing a novel that readers, agents and editors can't put down. With these tools in your arsenal, you'll feel confident building that page-turning momentum that hooks readers from title page to "The End."

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Ten resources to help you grip readers from the start.
More than seven hours of on-demand webinars from experts.
Tips for every part of the writing process to hook your reader.

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The Irresistible Novel

The reading public wants a story that will hook them from the first page. You may be a novice or intermediate writer who has attended conferences and workshops, or read writing books only to find conflicting "rules" for effective novel writing. In The Irresistible Novel, author Jeff Gerke explains in detail why your main focus must be to engage the reader and provides explicit writing strategies for achieving just that.
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The Breakout Novelist

Writing fiction is more than finding a great story idea. It's about honing your craft within the fiction genres and knowing how to get published and keep your writing career flourishing. The Breakout Novelist compiles content from four reader favorites by Donald Maass that cover the craft and business of writing fiction. Each section also contains a wealth of practical exercises to help you launch your writing career.
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The First 50 Pages

Whether you're looking to get published or just hoping to hook your reader, first impressions are vital. Compelling opening scenes are the key to catching an agent or editor's attention, and are crucial for keeping your reader engaged. Learn how to accomplish this with The First 50 Pages.
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Plot Perfect

Plot is one of the most important aspects of your novel or short story. To write successful fiction, you need a story rich in theme, character and nuance. These stories stand out from the rest and attract readers. Plot Perfect will teach you how to write compelling plots that keep readers wanting more. Explore the intricacies of plot by mastering the three act structure.
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Spellbinding Sentences

Spellbinding Sentences arms you with the tools you need to master the power of the English language. In this book, you’ll learn the different qualities of words and the many ways those words can be combined to create sentences that hook readers. You’ll practice proven techniques and develop your skills one at a time. The result? You’ll hold readers spellbound, page after page.
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Creating Compelling Characters in Six Simple Steps

Meeting a character in a novel is not so different from meeting people in real life. Our likes and dislikes are based on first impressions, and it takes a while to get to know a person. As a writer, you want all of your characters to be unique, and not only that, you also want them to be memorable to your readers. This OnDemand webinar will show you how.
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Writing the Irresistible Novel: Techniques and Insider Secrets for Making Your Novel One Agents Can't Help But Request

In a marketplace where more and more books are clamoring for attention, knowing how to craft a book that stands out from the start is an essential skill for success. Holly Root and Barbara Poelle give you the scoop on what stands out in their submissions inboxes, along with providing a live critique so you can see their advice in action.
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Hook, Line, and Sinker: How to Determine Your Book's Hook and Craft an Attention-Grabbing First Page

You only get one chance to make a first impression-and that one chance with a reader lasts only minutes. It is no longer acceptable for a book to "get good on page 40." From your "hook," the one-sentence logline you use to describe your book, to the first page of your novel, it's critical to grab the reader's attention immediately - whether that reader is an agent, editor, or consumer.
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4 Steps to Creating a Premise that Delivers What the Reader's Brain is Wired to Crave

The most common mistake writers make happens long before they ever set pen to paper. It's the belief that great writing is what hooks readers - beautiful prose, fabulous sentences, lyrical metaphors. Not so. Are those things important? You bet. But they're not what hooks and holds readers. Turns out, what grabs readers is the story beneath the words.
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Hooked: Write Fiction That Grabs Readers At Page One

If a novel or short story has a bad beginning, no one – agent, editor, or reader – is going to keep on reading. Yet as vital as this step to writing fiction is, there are very few books on writing short stories and novels that solely address this topic - until now.
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