Ever wonder what great works of fiction have in common, regardless of era or medium?
Have you ever taken the time to consider why anyone should stop and try your novel/screenplay/comic?
How you can achieve recognition in a time where all media are overcrowded with countless works?
Why do some works maintain an everlasting impact while others rot away in obscurity?
Enter The Three Pillars of Timeless Fiction
In this eBook I attempt to answer these questions. I have compiled guidelines to help you create an memorable story, one that will leave its mark and be remembered for years to come. After reading The Three Pillars of Timeless Fiction, you will:
- Approach your fiction project with confidence, instead of intimidation;
- Find out what is preventing your work from reaching its full potential and fix it;
- Write an engaging story that will convince agents and/or get readers to click on your Amazon page, and compel either of them to invest in your story.
Naturally, this is not the secret formula that will magically, effortlessly turn you into the next big name. Greatness and success are achieved through learning, hard work, determination and luck.
Reading this eBook will give a better understanding of what makes effective fiction and hopefully inspire you to jumpstart or resume a project.
You may be able to gather the three pillars intuitively, but the more you understand them, the better you will use them.
Discussed topics include:
- The importance of providing entertainment;
- Two fatal mistakes aspiring authors make unknowingly;
- An overview of interesting characters;
- What great dialogue is made of;
- What pacing is really about;
- How to generate interesting ideas;
- Why you need to bring freshness to the table;
- How to stand out among the crowd;
- Why you should know previous works as well as your audience;
- Making your story relevant;
- Using dialogue and character choices to convey themes;
- How to convey themes tactfully.
Grab your copy now for free and achieve mastery over effective storytelling.
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