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What the Inner Circle Writers' Group Can Do For Your Fiction
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How powerful do your ideas have to be? Do you have goals for your fiction? How can you get so excited about your own work that you overcome every obstacle? This answers all these questions and much more!
Starting with a radical redefinition of what a fictional character actually is, this guides you through the steps you need to take to make your characters attractive to readers - and points out what NOT to do too.
Making characters attractive is one thing: compelling readers to turn page after page, gripped by scene after scene of your writing is quite another. Here you'll learn about the four major driving factors which virtually force readers or viewers to stick with you till the end.
How can you get emotional commitment from readers? At what point does 'attraction' turn into 'loyal attentiveness'? Learn all about emotion and how to create it here.
Successful plots move forward like well-oiled machines. Stories have sequences in them which are not accidental, but universal. Gluing the reader to the page is only part of it: this teaches you the rest!
All the things that are normally grouped together as 'literary devices', ways of manipulating and managing reader attention, operate at story level, chapter level and even word and sentence level. Learn about them all here.
How can you ensure tht you don't disappoint your readers? What are all readers looking for? Make sure your story is fulfilling conscious and unconscious needs with this.
This simple questionnaire 'X-rays' your fiction to discover its basic strengths and weaknesses.
Get professional feedback about your work, and find out how to build a proper foundation for your fiction, and stand a chance of actually get published.
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