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Writing fantastic fiction
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Gr 6-8-These brief, well-written, and well-organized volumes are jam-packed with solid guidelines. Written in a conversational, reader-friendly tone, the series will engage serious students. Colorful sidebars are interspersed. "Learn from the Masters" provides examples and tips from renowned writers, "Write It Out" offers exercises, and "Writers on Writing" presents quotes from well-known authors on navigating the process. The series as a whole holds out the happy prospect that there's a type of prose suited to almost every aspiring writer but that it just takes practice, an idea, and willingness to revise. VERDICT Teachers will find this series helpful as the foundation of their own lessons, in addition to assigned student reading. © Copyright 2015. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
<p>Want to write a fantastic work of fiction? Sometimes getting started is the hardest part. This book takes you through the steps of writing a story from beginning to end. Learn how to gather inspiration and develop a story's characters. Then visualize and organize your story's plot with a writing map. And after you've written a really rough draft, check out tips for revising your work. You'll also be inspired by unique writing exercises and storytelling insights from popular authors. Whether you want to write a puzzling mystery, a lighthearted romance, a dark sci-fi epic, or a tale that borrows from your own life, a blank page can be the starting point for a powerful story.</p>
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