Keep your name in front of your readers with more releases and titles?
Learn why you should write shorter in order to write quicker?
Meet and exceed your yearly writing goals?
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Claim your fair share of your reader’s attention span in today’s tsunami of books by producing a series of novellas or episodic serials?
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If you do, you must master the art of writing shorter works while still providing your readers that great experience of your personal brand of storytelling and character voice.
This book teaches you how to write an effective and engaging romance novella in a few short weeks. Learn the seven milestones that every novella must have and the difference between a novella and a novel.
Includes a step-by-step method, a schedule, tips and tricks, as well as pitfalls to avoid. You will be able to consistently create high quality stories that will entertain and enrich your readers
Rachelle Ayala is an award-winning USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance and romantic suspense. She writes emotionally challenging stories but believes in the power of love and hope.
Her book, Knowing Vera, won the 2015 Angie Ovation Award, and A Father for Christmas garnered a 2015 Readers' Favorite Gold Award. Christmas Stray was awarded the 2016 Readers' Favorite Gold Award and A Pet for Christmas had an Honorable Mention. In 2017, her romance between a veteran pitcher and a mom with an autistic son, Playing for the Save, won the Readers' Favorite Gold Award for Realistic Fiction.
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Juliette Martin does not ever want to celebrate Christmas again, not when it means reliving the last one after her six-year-old son, Jeremiah, passed away on Christmas Eve.
She and husband, Gabe, find themselves snowed in at a mountain cabin with a pair of strays. Juliette desperately needs a miracle to save her marriage and restore her faith in God. Can a stray dog and an orphan boy help her believe in the magic of Christmas and the power of love?
In Writing Magic, Newbery Honor author Gail Carson Levine shares her tricks of the trade. She shows how you can get terrific ideas for stories, invent great beginnings and endings, write sparkling dialogue, develop memorable characters—and much, much more.
She advises you about what to do when you feel stuck—and how to use helpful criticism. Best of all, she offers writing exercises that will set your imagination on fire.
With humor, honesty, and wisdom, Gail Carson Levine shows you that you, too, can make magic with your writing.
Sapphire Sing is in desperate need of her grandmother’s matchmaking skills. She’s stuck on a not-so-merry-go-round of secondhand men while wedding bells ring for her snooty half-sisters.
Sapphire sets out to discover her grandmother’s secrets but runs afoul of Johnny Wok, the Kitchen God’s son. When Sapphire’s friends steal the magic wok, one reputed to cast love spells, she is hurled into an ancient conflict between love and evil.
What’s a girl to do when a playboy demon and a seriously hunky demigod both want your heart … and your wok?
firefighter and firemen, woman in danger, supernatural magic, Chinese gods and goddesses, black tie