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If you've been struggling to write more words more easily this is the book for you.
It's purposely kept short so you can learn and apply the tips and techniques immediately and take your writing to the next level where you will find it easier to write a novel than a short story and where your readers will love your books because they give them what they come looking for.
The problem with find the words to write is not having enough to write about and that is what I will teach you. It transformed my writing and it will do the same for you.
It's a quick read (approximately 9000 words) and can be used for any genre you choose to write.
File Size: 1945 KB
Print Length: 60 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publication Date: January 11, 2014
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Word Wise: Enabled
Screen Reader: Supported
Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
Some amazing insights into plotting
One person found this helpful.
on August 18, 2014
By Timothy Bateson
This is one of those books that I wish I had read before starting to write my NaNoWriMo stories. There were times that I was figuratively flying by the seat of my pants during those sessions, with little direction in sight.
Excellent Considerations in Adding Value To A Story
on July 26, 2014
The book makes some excellent points . I enjoyed the part discussing conflict. How conflict should be escalated, to achieve maximum interest for the reader. I liked the idea of Pre-planning the conflict or conflicts before actually writing. Although to many , the information on conflict may be obvious. I am convinced that in giving it some deep thought and analysis ;valuable options and possibilities are presented to further the success of the story. Again, great information . Nice job by the author.
Maybe not my favorite book on writing faster but it’s good
on August 10, 2015
By James T
Helpful. Maybe not my favorite book on writing faster but it’s good.
This is the best book l have read so far on writing
on March 17, 2014
By Lenny Ayensu-Simmons
After reading this book, l felt l could write Novels with ease. The difficulties, the perceived fear associated to writing Novels and any other forms of writing was broken off my eye. This are the few books on Amazon that makes reading worth your while, straight to the point, no cool aid strategists but provides a clear template for writing more. l strongly recommend it for any first time writer like myself. l wonder why it’s free.
One person found this helpful.
on January 3, 2014
By Emily Jane Trent
This is a quick read that touches on key ways to make your novel engaging. It’s not burdened with literary prose, but highlights some easy to learn and do techniques. It makes sense, and this book is fun to read. It made me feel inspired and motivated because writing fiction successfully became all the more doable. A must read for any author!
Highly recommended for any writer who finds his/her stories are too short or too thin
on November 23, 2014
Without doubt this is one of the MOST HELPFUL and memorable writing books I’ve ever read. And re-read. And read again.
Author Hits the Mark with This Book
3 people found this helpful.
on April 1, 2014
By J.R. Rich
The writers’ dilemma – How to write novels or novellas (my personal favorite) that are both long enough to keep the reader engaged, while containing enough interesting ‘stuff’ to make them keep turning the pages.
Does What It Says On The Box
5 people found this helpful.
on January 2, 2014
By Martin Luxton
Often you plough through writing advice books and, while they are interesting reads, you put them down thinking, “Very interesting but there wasn’t anything concrete I could apply to my own stuff”. How to Write More Words More Easily is not like that. Mr Field deconstructs plot devices very succinctly (he has a thing about not writing fluff!) and gives clear and actionable examples for the budding writer to follow.
on October 24, 2014
This is the best!
It was a great read and great advice!
2 people found this helpful.
on February 8, 2014
Thank you so much for your great advice! I have already expanded my story by leaps. Now its just a matter of practice.
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