Write To Be Heard

 Write To Be Heard: Write Like You Talk: Help With Voice, Character, Dialogue... and more! (Education, Writing, Research & Publishing Fiction) [Kindle Edition] Aaron D. Gansky (Author), Diane Sherlock (Author)

Write To Be Heard

Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas (April 2, 2013)

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Learning one skill will improve everything you write.

Ready? Here it is:Write like you talk. That’s it?
 
Yes, that’s it. But it’s not as easy as it sounds. It’s a skill and like any skill, it can be learned and with some practice, you can master it. What’s in it for me, you ask? First, writing will be easier, less of a chore. Instead of fighting the page, you will sound like you. You might even find you really like to write. Who knows. You might have a story inside you that other people really need to read.Topics include tips on:

  • Voice
  • Character
  • Plot
  • Structure
  • Dialog
  • Conflict
  • Sensory Elements
  • Setting
  • Beginnings
  • Endings

REVIEWS

Write to be Heard is a great guide to improve your writing. It is full of ideas for writing scenes differently to give them a fuller feel as well as adding depth both to your writing and your understanding of what good writing is.

I got a lot out of this book and I’m glad that I read it!

– Caleb Lang

Love this. Already read it (long story) but am just finally getting my own copy. Going to order his Firsts in Fiction too. I had the honor of hearing him talk/train at a writers’ conference. His knowledge, talent and generosity are obvious in his talking, teaching, writing. Sound advice. Excellent delivery. Worth much more than the Kindle price.

– Debra Roberson

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