Maybe it’s the lure of the internet, or a desire to write novels, or maybe it’s your vocation. No matter how you’ve found yourself in the world’s second-oldest profession, you, like most writers, probably have […]
As an author or novelist, you have most likely participated in your fair share of book signings and author events. But have you considered making the rounds on the lecture circuit? We’ve all seen those […]
Found on the AALBC.com discussion board, “Agent Needed.” Please visit the link for the complete question, but here’s a synopsis: “The screenplay writer is from the Caribbean and can’t find a literary agent for representation. […]
You’re at your favorite supermarket. There are aisles and aisles of edible perishables, but your job is to pick up some staples – milk, butter, bread, and maybe some breakfast cereal. But of course, you […]
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Opinions are like hearts; everyone has one. In 5 easy steps convert your opinion into a feature story.
THE WRAP: A Plot:
A Protagonist has (Who)
to overcome a challenge(What)
to achieve a goal (Why)
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Have you ever wondered what’s behind overnight sensations? How is it that someone goes from obscurity to land on center stage. Couldn’t it be perfect timing? Some experts say yes.
Recognizing and developing story angles about your book will get people talking about it exponentially. They’ll tell a friend, and that friend will say to a friend, and so on.
Your story will have others talking about you. If your story has the right elements such as conflict or it tugs at the heart strings.