What does it take to sell a novel to New York houses or to build a substantial reader base by releasing books as an Indie author?
The simple answer is because "they wrote a saleable book."
Sounds simple, right? But how do YOU write a great book that readers and editors will enjoy?
Whether you're a plotter or a pantser (write by the seat of your pants), Break Into Fiction(R) is the book that will help you locate - and fix - weak spots (sagging middles, unlikeable characters, slow pacing and more) in your fiction stories. Editing is key to any story, but it starts with the author. Writing fast means nothing if the final story isn't sound. What's the point in having five, ten or fifty mediocre books finished?
The sooner you grasp the power points for a story, the faster you'll be able to build a strong backlist. Now you have a way to improve your writing one easy step at a time.
Written by a New York Times bestseller Dianna Love and USA Today bestseller Mary Buckham, Break Into Fiction(R) is a workshop-in-a-book and the one resource all writers need to master the art of fiction. This book is based on the popular workshops taught in the US and internationally to all levels of writers and even a double Pulitzer Prize winner.
"These writers know their business and, what's more, know how to explain it. Break into Fiction(R) is solidly grounded in storytelling fundamentals, but then goes much farther into the practical detail that determines whether your book will bring a check or a rejection slip." Jon Franklin, two time Pulitzer Prize winner