How To Write A Fantasy Book Description

Author: Jesper Schmidt
Publisher: Fantasy Publishing
ISBN:
Size: 24.57 MB
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Do you find it difficult to write the blurb for your book? Do you hate writing book descriptions? If your synopsis always comes out bland and boring, with no chance of leading to more book sales, then this guidebook is for you. How to Write a Fantasy Book Description is a step-by-step approach. It lays out everything you need to know in five simple and effective steps. Learn how to hook readers by: - Writing incredible taglines that grabs attention - Escalating the tension throughout your blurb and captivate readers - Using spellbinding words to dazzle customers - Learning how to avoid meandering into subplots and instead make your blurb a joy to read - Understanding how long your blurb needs to be and how to use cliffhangers effectively - Discovering easy methods to format your blurb before uploading to online retailers like Amazon In addition, you will find bonus chapters on how to write book descriptions for series, box sets and non-fiction. If you like easy to follow instructions, sprinkled with helpful examples, then How to Write a Fantasy Book Description is for you. Jesper Schmidt is a fantasy author. He is the creator of several how-to books, like the bestselling Fantasy Map Making and Twitter for Authors. Click ‘Download Free Sample’ and discover how a stronger book description can help elevating your book to success.

Blurbs That Zing Perfecting Your Book S Description

Author: Peter Klein
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1329933362
Size: 53.93 MB
Format: PDF
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You've written your book and uploaded it to an online bookstore and you are waiting for your sales to take off. However, your sales are flat and you can't figure out why. If the problem is with your blurb then Blurbs That Zing: Perfecting Your Book's Description is the book for you. Ten minutes is all it will take to get you on the road to writing blurbs that will help, rather than hinder, your book sales.

How To Write Non Fiction Books

Author: Gordon Wells
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781902713021
Size: 14.30 MB
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This text offers authoritative information for the non-fiction writer, practical advice for both the beginner and the established writer, and useful addresses of professional organizations.

Writing Book Blurbs And Synopses

Author: Rayne Hall
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781537280677
Size: 79.65 MB
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Do you want a synopsis that persuades agents to request the whole manuscript? Does your book need a description that entices Amazon customers click the 'Buy Now' button? This guide shows you step-by-step how to create six effective short forms for selling your manuscript to publishers and your indie-published book to readers: * The SYNOPSIS synopsis shows the novel's plot structure. You use it to communicate with industry professionals - publishers, editors, literary agents. * The CHAPTER-BY-CHAPTER OUTLINE tells industry professionals about your non-fiction book or short story collection. * The PITCH serves to convince publishers, editors, literary agents, booksellers and marketing people of the book's commercial potential. Use it during pitching appointments when you have only few minutes to talk about your book, and as a hook in query letters. * The BLURB is a product description for the book's backcover and Amazon page, designed to entice readers. * The ENDORSEMENT BLURB recommends another writer's book. * The TAGLINE is a short slogan to hook readers. Click 'Look Inside' or 'Download Free Sample' to see how this guide can help give your book the success it deserves. Rayne Hall is the author of over seventy books, both indie and traditionally published.

Writing Nonfiction

Author: Dan Poynter
Publisher: Para Pub
ISBN: 9781568600642
Size: 36.56 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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A self-publishing guru offers comprehensive guidance to the thousands of people who write books every year. 16 photos.

The Other Hand

Author: Chris Cleave
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1848941374
Size: 73.27 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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We don’t want to tell you too much about this book. It is a truly special story and we don’t want to spoil it. Nevertheless, you need to know something, so we will just say this: It is extremely funny, but the African beach scene is horrific. The story starts there, but the book doesn’t. And it’s what happens afterwards that is most important. Once you have read it, you’ll want to tell everyone about it. When you do, please don’t tell them what happens either. The magic is in how it unfolds.

Nonfiction Craft Lessons

Author: JoAnn Portalupi
Publisher: Stenhouse Publishers
ISBN: 1571103295
Size: 58.27 MB
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Contains eighty lessons for teaching students the craft of nonfiction writing, each with a discussion of the lesson, directions on how to teach it, and resource material; grouped by grade level, including kindergarten through second, third and fourth, and fifth through eighth.

Focus On Writing Composition

Author: Ray Barker
Publisher: Nelson Thornes
ISBN: 0174203209
Size: 52.40 MB
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The supporting Teacher Resource Books offer practical advice on organising and using the course and privide a comprehensive range of further teaching ideas that cover all links with the NLS.

How To Write For Success

Author: Brenda Mohammed
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781977903334
Size: 71.31 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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In 'How to Write for Success: Best Writing Advice I Received.' the author shares with new and aspiring authors her knowledge gained over the years. The book begins with her trials, errors, and successes, and moves on to the essentials of writing a book to which readers will gravitate. She covers plotting, writing dialogue and narrative, building your story world, choosing a book title, writing the blurb, what an author should do before and after publishing, choosing categories, creating an author brand, book marketing, and most of all how to get sales and reviews. It does not end there. She shows how you can achieve recognition in an author's world and become successful. You can become a best-selling author. You can become an award-winning author. The author emphasizes it is up to each individual to apply what they have learned in the book to achieve their dreams and goals. There is a segment on frequently asked questions with answers, that no aspiring author would want to miss. Seasoned authors can also learn something from this book. Be proud to be an Author. Read an extract of a Review from Readers Favorite: Author Brenda Mohammed gives the reader valuable nuggets of truth to use within their own writing career in How To Write For Success. There is a brief introduction listing the various books the author has written and her ability to encompass different types of literature. The purpose of this book is to show readers that the author has a passion to help other readers fulfill their lifelong dream of writing their own book. I really appreciated the personal stories of how the author writes her own material and how important research is, even before one begins to write. She also lists several Facebook groups she has joined to help promote both her material and herself as an author. One of the best statements I appreciated within this book is: "A book description is your sales page. It will sell your book. Make sure it is engaging and can turn a browse into a buy." This is great and valuable information for a writer to understand. There is also listed the importance of copyrighting the material, getting an ISBN number, etc. Whoever gets the ISBN number is considered the publisher. The author has the choice of getting their own or letting the publisher get it for them. Pre-orders are very important to an author. Creating excitement before the book is even printed is huge. There are also many listed things that one can do following publication. Branding yourself is also very important. People must know about you and your material, how to find it and consider reading it. I really enjoyed all the links provided in the e-book, allowing the reader to go to various publishers, writing aids, Facebook groups, etc. This is an asset to any writer at any level, given the detailed information, but for the beginner, it is a must-have!

Models For Writing

Author: Chris Buckton
Publisher: Ginn
ISBN: 9780602296926
Size: 78.82 MB
Format: PDF
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The "Models for Writing" books provide a complete programme to teach the writing process through shared, guided and extended work. Based on the National Literacy Strategy requirements, the books feature sentence-level focus, lively activities, and an easy-to-use solution for differentiation.