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How to Write a Classic Novel: 5 Elements That Will Turn Your Book into a Masterpiece

17th March 2011
Want to write a novel that doesn’t just sell well but is also a classic, one that people are reading 100 years from now? Who doesn’t, right? Well, if you have some talent and try to include these 5 elements, your words—if not you yourself--might become im... Read >
Author: Marc D. Baldwin

Creative Ideas For Writing Your First Novel

06th July 2010
If you've always wanted to write a novel, but found the traditional structured process too frightening or overwhelming, maybe your imagination works in a more organic fashion like mine. In that case, start with your main character and the idea the charact... Read >
Author: Douglas Mullins

Truman Capote's Breakfast At Tiffany's - Writing Techniques

24th November 2009
Right at the outset I want to make clear that my object of commentary is Truman Capote's novelette Breakfast at Tiffany's, and not the movie by the same name. From the novelistic point of view, a few of Truman Capote's writing techniques drew my attent... Read >
Author: marciano guerrero

What are "Loglines"

26th March 2007
What Are "Loglines"? A log you say? No...Logline! Now what the blazes is a logline? Simple...a logline is your story's heart and soul summarized in one or two sentences. The subplots and other obstacles are not included but what the basis of your ... Read >
Author: museitupeditor
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