Fiction Writing Books

All these books can be found on:
Amazon

Barnes & Noble

Smashwords

Kobo

and many more sites


Creating Stories

You have a story to tell.  Let it out!
Imagine developing a story and telling it in a way that will keep the readers turning the pages.  Hank Quense, the author of more than a dozen highly-regarded novels, shows you how to do it.

In the book, you’ll learn how to:
* Develop imagery the reader can use
* Build well-rounded characters the readers will relate to
* Create a path through the plot cloud
* Develop an emotional arc to keep readers on the edge of their seats
* Write dramatic and effective scenes
* Employ story-telling techniques to hold the readers’ interest
* and much more

 


Planning a Novel, Script or Memoir

Creating a long story such as a novel requires a great deal of effort and creativity. 

 

It is easy to get lost in the details and to lose focus on the main issues.
This book describes a process to plan your story project prior to writing the first draft. The purpose of the plan is to allow the author to concentrate on the important elements of the story such as character development, plots and scene design. Other sections in the book address story setting, character arc and emotional arc.
Charts depict how the emotional arc is used to develop tension in the reader leading up to the story’s climax.

 

 

 


Fiction Writing Workshop For Kid

This interactive ebook shows grammar school and middle school kids how to go about creating a short story while having fun.

 

Three separate story worksheets are included along with complete instructions shown in short videos clips. Most suitable for grades 4 through

Since this ebook is interactive (i.e. it contains video clips and audio tracks along with graphics), it is sold at iStores: https://books.apple.com/us/book/fiction-writing-workshop-for-kids/id1448202541?mt=11&app=itunes) and Amazon

 

 


So You Want to Be a Fiction Writer

Any time you start a new endeavor, there is a learning curve.

When you graduate from college and start a job, there’s a learning curve. Enter a trade school and you’ll be on a learning curve for the entire term. Want to take up knitting as a hobby? There’s a learning curve for that.

So too with writing fiction. It has a learning curve. That’s what this book is about: the learning curve for fiction writing.

You can download a copy here!