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Author: F. Barish-Stern
Publisher: Golden Quill Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
“HOW TO WRITE YOUR BOOK, From an Idea...to your Finished Story,” as narrated by “The Three Wise Writing Guides,” is a journey into the exciting world of writing. A writing guide can be very dry and boring, but “How to Write Your Book...,” takes the reader on a journey with our three guides: the Writer, Ms. Iwanna B. Writer, the Editor, Ms. Edi Tor, and the Publisher, Mr. I.M. Publisher. Each guide provides writing tools designed to help anyone who wants to write; from the novice to the published author. This book was developed as a direct result of the authors’ years of experience, as editors and publishers and also as published authors. “From our writing workshops and interactive seminars, we gained an understanding of writers’ specific needs. We concluded that most participants were unable to take their ideas from the seedling stage to the finished story. For the most part, great story ideas would pop-up, then ultimately fizzle just from the task of getting these ideas down on paper. Workshop questionnaires and writing assignments revealed that not only aspiring writers, but also the more experienced, could benefit from learning how to properly structure their great ideas into finished stories. Once each writer could overcome their obstacles by setting realistic goals, and understanding the process through the eyes of established writers, editors and publishers, those writers stayed on track and were motivated to complete their projects. They saw the quality of their work immediately improve and were able to know how to keep writing, what to do next and even how to overcome the road blocks. When these writers followed our step-by step process they were able to see their writing projects through to completion.” This book was also used in the actual creation of a currently published novel. The “Chapter Review Maps,” show how each of the techniques benefitted the story line in, "Code 47 to BREV Force," and how any writer can put those tools to work for any story. Madry and Barish-Stern filled this book with their writing journeys’ as authors of numerous books in many different genre; as editors of hundreds of books, from their experiences with publishing unknown authors. They also were able to see the issues from a cross section of writers garnered from years of teaching classes. "How to Write Your Book," is a fun, exciting, interesting and educational way to achieve your dream of writing a book, ..."from an idea to your published story."