I can’t tell you how many people have recommended this book to me and for good reason. A panster at heart, I found my story floundering and myself stuck around the 40,000-word mark.
Full of helpful how-to’s and thorough examples, Larry teaches you how to structure and outline a story before you write the first word. From the six core competencies, necessary for every story, a list of detailed questions, and clear examples from popular movies and books, Larry takes you through the process for writing a successful and publishable novel.
This book is one of those every writer needs in their library collection. It is one you will refer to again and again.
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