Build a Better Story

Have a story that needs to be told? Here's the best way to go about doing it. The book describes a process that eases the work involved in developing a story. This reduces the time spent in reworking flawed and imperfect drafts. Following the process allows more time to be spent on the creative activities and shortens the time spent on less creative work. Besides the process, this book takes a unique approach to character building and plotting. It identifies problem areas that inexperienced writers struggle with and explains how to address those problems including character motivation and scene design .TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Story Construction Chapter 3: Motivation Chapter 4: Patience Chapter 5: Character Development Chapter 6: Plotting a Story Chapter 7: Daytime TV Chapter 8: Writing Humor Chapter 9: Writing a Scene Chapter 10: Point of View Chapter 11: Setting Chapter 12: Getting Started Chapter 13: Writing Tips Chapter 14: Odds & Ends Chapter 15: Story Construction Flow Charts Chapter 16: Books on Writing Chapter 17: Writing Forms Chapter 18: About the Author Chapter 19: And in Conclusion
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Name Hank Quense
Location New Jersey
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