The Writer s Bible

Digital and Print Media: Skills, Promotion, and Marketing for Novelists,
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Author: Anne Hart

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595193059

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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The Writer's Bible is a popular textbook, guide, and mentor to fiction, entertainment, and nonfiction writers in the new and print media. The book helps writers write their business plan as well as acquire skills. It's a career planning and writing-skills textbook and a popular book for authors headed for print-on-demand and traditional publishers as well as the electronic media. If you write fiction, nonfiction, drama, learning materials, multimedia, and digital media or for the Internet, you'll find the information in this book useful and timely. Here's how to be your own manuscript doctor and mentor, plan your writing career, acquire the skills to turn your writing into salable work, and acquire knowledge of how print-on-demand publishing works compared to traditional publishing, whether you write for the Internet and the new media (digital media) or for traditional publishing companies or yourself. Plan your writing career and get the skills you'll need to move ahead in the current atmosphere of the literary arena and the world of information dissemination and re-packaging. Every writer needs a Bible and role models as well as a map to navigate places that buy author's works.

The Fiction Writer s Bible

Well there you have the Writer's Bible. Thirty concepts and ideas to assist you in
being a better writer. My advice to you is to write only if it pleases you. If writing
fuels your burning passion for the written word, write. If you become filled with ...

Author: Samuel E. Stone

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781462822102

Category: Fiction

Page: 109

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The Fiction Writer’s Bible is a realistic approach to improving your writing skills. It consist of thirty basic concepts designed to enhance your ability to capture the essence of humanity in you characterization and plot development. It covers important issues involved in setting the appropriate mood, pace, and rhythm necessary to achieve the desired effects needed to bond your readers to the storyline. The Fiction Writer’s Bible is a must read book. It will broaden your insight and understanding of basic human nature. It will expand your perceptive ability in addressing issues and events. The strategies involved will improve your style significantly adding grace and elegance to your written words.

The Writer s Complete Series Bible Workbook

You can waste hours re-reading book one OR you can refresh your memory in ten minutes by flipping through your series bible. The Writer's Complete Series Bible Workbook will help you remember the details that are too easy to forget.

Author: Celia Kyle


ISBN: 1680390023

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 160

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What happens when you're writing book four and can't remember book one? You can waste hours re-reading book one OR you can refresh your memory in ten minutes by flipping through your series bible. The Writer's Complete Series Bible Workbook will help you remember the details that are too easy to forget.

Bible Readers and Lay Writers in Early Modern England

A collation or a meditation by itself may offer no marks of the writer's gender but a
clearly male literary horizon will be signaled by texts that surround it. Consider
again the ungendered admonition regarding prayer with which this chapter ...

Author: Kate Narveson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317174431

Category: Literary Criticism

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Bible Readers and Lay Writers in Early Modern England studies how immersion in the Bible among layfolk gave rise to a non-professional writing culture, one of the first instances of ordinary people taking up the pen as part of their daily lives. Kate Narveson examines the development of the culture, looking at the close connection between reading and writing practices, the influence of gender, and the habit of applying Scripture to personal experience. She explores too the tensions that arose between lay and clergy as layfolk embraced not just the chance to read Scripture but the opportunity to create a written record of their ideas and experiences, acquiring a new control over their spiritual self-definition and a new mode of gaining status in domestic and communal circles. Based on a study of print and manuscript sources from 1580 to 1660, this book begins by analyzing how lay people were taught to read Scripture both through explicit clerical instruction in techniques such as note-taking and collation, and through indirect means such as exposure to sermons, and then how they adapted those techniques to create their own devotional writing. The first part of the book concludes with case studies of three ordinary lay people, Anne Venn, Nehemiah Wallington, and Richard Willis. The second half of the study turns to the question of how gender registers in this lay scripturalist writing, offering extended attention to the little-studied meditations of Grace, Lady Mildmay. Narveson concludes by arguing that by mid-century, despite clerical anxiety, writing was central to lay engagement with Scripture and had moved the center of religious experience beyond the church walls.

Bible evidences summarized comprising the chief arguments of eminent writers on Christian Evidences and also a solution of modern scientific difficulties

or the Annals of Tacitus , or the Cyropeedia of Xenophon , were not written by
those authors . 5. The New Testament was published in , or immediately after ,
the time of the Apostles , and no event is recorded which happened after their
death .

Author: Henry WASH


ISBN: BL:A0022691832



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What Did the Biblical Writers Know and When Did They Know It

In this fascinating book noted Syro-Palestinian archaeologist William G. Dever attacks the minimalist position head-on, showing how modern archaeology brilliantly illuminates both life in ancient Palestine and the sacred scriptures as we ...

Author: William G. Dever

Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing

ISBN: 080282126X

Category: History

Page: 313

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For centuries the Hebrew Bible has been the fountainhead of the Judeo-Christian tradition. Today, however, the entire biblical tradition, including its historical veracity, is being challenged. Leading this assault is a group of scholars described as the "minimalist" or "revisionist" school of biblical studies, which charges that the Hebrew Bible is largely pious fiction, that its writers and editors invented "ancient Israel" as a piece of late Jewish propaganda in the Hellenistic era. In this fascinating book noted Syro-Palestinian archaeologist William G. Dever attacks the minimalist position head-on, showing how modern archaeology brilliantly illuminates both life in ancient Palestine and the sacred scriptures as we have them today. Assembling a wealth of archaeological evidence, Dever builds the clearest, most complete picture yet of the real Israel that existed during the Iron Age of ancient Palestine (1200 600 B.C.). Dever's exceptional reconstruction of this key period points up the minimalists' abuse of archaeology and reveals the weakness of their revisionist histories. Dever shows that ancient Israel, far from being an "invention," is a reality to be discovered. Equally important, his recovery of a reliable core history of ancient Israel provides a firm foundation from which to appreciate the aesthetic value and lofty moral aspirations of the Hebrew Bible.

Copy Writer s Bible

The copywriting bible of the advertising industry. The world's best copywriters explain some of the most famous advertising campaigns ever produced.

Author: Designers and Art Directors Association Of London

Publisher: Rockport Publishers

ISBN: 2880465931


Page: 180

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The copywriting bible of the advertising industry. The world's best copywriters explain some of the most famous advertising campaigns ever produced.

Writing for Animation Comics and Games

Those two kinds of bibles are the PITCH BIBLE and the SHOW BIBLE (or series
bible, or writers' bible). THE PITCH BIBLE:This is a short version of the bible, no
more than maybe ten to twelve double-spaced pages, often with large type and ...

Author: Christy Marx

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781136144455

Category: Art

Page: 248

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Writing for Animation, Comics, and Games explains the practical aspects of creating scripts for animation, comics, graphic novels, and computer games. It details how you can create scripts that are in the right industry format, and follow the expected rules for you to put your best foot forward to help you break-in to the trade. This book explains approaches to writing for exterior storytelling (animation, games); interior/exterior storytelling (comics and graphic novels), as well as considerations for non-linear computer games in the shortest, pithiest, and most economical way. The author offers insider's advice on how you can present work as professional, how to meet deadlines, how visual writing differs from prose, and the art of collaboration.

The Pictorial Bible

There is , ' he says , ' nothing to be found in it barbarous or improper - nothing low
or mean ; so that it would seem as if the writer had received from God not only the
gifts of light and knowledge , but that of expressing well his thoughts .

Author: John Kitto


ISBN: KBNL:KBNL03000030694

Category: Bible


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A Key to the Bible

But it is true of the writers of the Bible , and they wrote history , and poetry , and
philosophy , and natural theology , and theories of civil and moral government ,
like other men ; with this difference , that while other men never have agreed , the

Author: David Dobie



Category: Bible

Page: 322

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Divine Inspiration of the Bible

ITS HEAVENLY ORIGIN The title of this chapter suggests a wide field of study the
limits of which we can now skirt only here and there. Let us begin with the ...

Author: Arthur W. Pink

Publisher: Sovereign Grace Publishers,

ISBN: 9781589603929

Category: Religion

Page: 112

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Pink (1890-1953) was a Baptist Preacher in England, Australia, and the United States. Pink, assisted by his editor Mr. I. Herendeen, launched his yearly publication, Studies in the Scriptures in 1921. These continued until his death, totaling altogether 33 volumes of 288 pp. each. Most of Pink's books are taken from these yearly volumes (written monthly in 24 page format). Arthur Pink declares, ''Christianity is the religion of a Book. Christianity is based upon the impregnable rock of Holy Scripture.., Upon the foundation of the Divine inspiration of the Bible stands or falls the entire edifice of Christian truth. If the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do's' (Psalm 11:3).'' Surrender the dogma of verbal inspiration and you are left like a rudderless ship on a stormy sea, at the mercy of every wind that blows. Deny that the Bible is, without any qualification, the very Word of God, and you are left without any ultimate standard of measurement and without any supreme authority. It is useless to discuss any doctrine taught by the Bible until you are prepared to acknowledge, unreservedly, that the Bible is the final court of appeal. Grant that the Bible is a Divine revelation and communication of God's own mind and will to men, and you have a fixed starting point from which advance can be made into the domain of truth. Grant that the Bible is (in its original manuscripts) inerrant and infallible, and you reach the place where study of its contents is both practicable and profitable. It is impossible to overestimate the importance of the doctrine of the Divine inspiration of Scripture. This is the strategic center of Christian theology, and must be defended at all costs. It is the point at which our satanic enemy is constantly hurling his hellish battalions. The author shows how our need for a revelation from God is strong evince for the reliability of the Bible. He bases his arguments for the Divine inspiration of the Bible on its solid and undeniable internal evidences, on its indestructibility, and on its powerful in influences on human history. The believer wild experience a strengthening of faith, and the seeker will be struck by the reality of God's redeeming work on behalf of fallen humanity.

Help to the reading of the Bible

Surely the holy men who composed the Bible “ spake as they were moved by the
Holy Ghost ; " ' $ surely “ all Scripture is given by inspiration of God . ” § iv . The
Spirit of the Writers of the Bible . I. The Bible is distinguished as the Word of God ...

Author: Benjamin Elliott Nicholls


ISBN: BL:A0017134810

Category: Bible

Page: 436

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The Interpreter with His Bible

We should also keep it in mind that the writers of the Bible were Jews , trained
under the laws and according to the methods of that peculiar people . Even the
New Testament writers were subject to this influence , though the ultimate effect
of ...

Author: Albert Edward Waffle


ISBN: UVA:X002267162

Category: Bible

Page: 106

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Home Bible Study Commentaries from the Gospel of John

has been written about how GOD inspired men to write the pages of the bible.
GOD used about forty men to write the scriptures and some of these authors
remain a mystery even today. The writers of the last chapter of Deuteronomy, the
book ...

Author: Larry D. Alexander


ISBN: 9780615203478

Category: Religion

Page: 134

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Home and Church Bible Study Guide through the Gospel of John to aid in understanding, and in preparation for Christian Service.

The English Version of the Polyglott Bible

There is , then , no alternative ; creation , Gen. chaps . i . ii . and such as are the
Bible is , and must be inspired . strictly speaking Prophecies . Isa . xli . 22 , 23
Writers on this point , have enumerated sev- In a word each particular writer was
so ...



ISBN: UOM:39015074647986

Category: Bible

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The Baker Illustrated Bible Commentary

It was written to help the average reader understand what the biblical text says.
All of the writers for this commentary are evangelical Christians who are technical
scholars in their field. They all have a knowledge of the original language of the ...

Author: Gary M. Burge

Publisher: Baker Books

ISBN: 9781441223449

Category: Religion

Page: 1648

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As more and more Christians are involved in teaching in their churches, there is a need for an accessible, engaging commentary that can enhance their understanding of Scripture and aid their teaching. The Baker Illustrated Bible Commentary is that resource. This nontechnical, section-by-section commentary on the whole Bible provides reliable and readable interpretations of the Scriptures from forty-two leading evangelical scholars. The Baker Illustrated Bible Commentary is a complete revision of the well-known Baker Commentary on the Bible edited by Walter Elwell, now featuring new articles and vibrant full-color images on more than 1,800 pages, complete with photos, maps, and timelines to illustrate the text. This information-packed commentary helps readers gain a deeper understanding of the Bible. Beyond that, it includes practical applications for spiritual and personal guidance, making it invaluable to any believer seeking to get the most out of their Bible study. Pastors and others in teaching ministries looking for a one-volume, evangelical commentary on the Bible will value this resource.

NIV The Chronological Study Bible eBook

Unless the reader knows the history of Israel and the ancient Near East, the Bible
will always be to some extent a closed book. The New Testament and the Old
The Old Testament was the Bible of the New Testament writers. Old Testament ...

Author: Thomas Nelson

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 9781401680138

Category: Bibles

Page: 1664

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The Chronological Study Bible presents the text of the New International Version in chronological order - the order in which the events actually happened - with notes, articles, and full-color graphics that connect the reader to the history and culture of Bible times and gives the reader a dramatic, "you are there" experience. Features include full-color illustrations of places, artifacts, and cultural phenomena, contextual articles that connect Biblical times and world history and culture, daily life notes, time panels and charts that show the flow of Biblical history, and in-text and full-color maps. Part of the Signature Series line of Thomas Nelson Bibles Chronological Study Bibles sold to date: More than 400,000 Thomas Nelson Bibles is a proud supporter of World Vision in eradicating poverty and preventable deaths among children. Learn more and discover what you can do at

The King s Printers Aids to the Student of the Holy Bible

It is remarkable that the ancient Church has formulated no decision as to the
nature of Biblical Inspiration . Individual writers leaned sometimes to the one view
, sometimes to the other ; but on the whole Christian opinion , prior to the ...

Author: Charles James Ball


ISBN: BML:37001103904012


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