How To Write for the How-To Market
Detailed instruction and analysis covering writing for the widest marketplace in creative writing.
All sorts of different people want to learn how to do different things – getting a personal make-over, surviving health scares, business or career advice, self-help and improvement, travelling, living and working abroad, acquiring social skills, developing a hobby, creative writing…the list is endless. And if anyone has ever asked for your advice, then you have a skill to write about. How-to writing can run from an article on how-to organise a successful car boot sale to a full-length, self-help book on exploring spirituality or coping with divorce.
Your original idea will only be the tip of the iceberg. But by the time you’ve completed the task you set yourself you will undoubtedly have become an expert on the subject, and this could lead to other things. WRITING FROM LIFE, Lynne Hackles
Breaking down how to write a western, including research and target publishers. Shoot that MS off in a month!
Linda M. James
reveals how to write stories that linger in hearts and minds.
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The easy way to earn a living from writing for magazines and newspapers.
Offering a unique – and very easy – method of creating effective, intriguing, and authentic multi-layered personalities that leap off the page.
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This book will help you create chiller thrillers with memorable characters and truly chilling plots.
A highly practical exposition of all the major elements of fiction - such as plot, conflict, suspense, the hook, inference, character and dialogue.