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30.10.2015 13:47    Comments: 0    Categories: Fiction Writing      Tags: genre  act by act  master storyteller  melanie ann phillips  
Many writers have a misconception that genre is something you "write in" - like a box. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Genre is the overall mood of a story...
 
15.07.2014 19:24    Comments: 0    Categories: Fiction Writing      Tags: melanie anne phillips  story’s personality  genre  
Your story’s genre is its overall personality. As with the people that you meet, first impressions are very important.
 
19.06.2014 19:40    Comments: 0    Categories: Writing Fantasy      Tags: fantasy  genre tip  writing tip  elements of fiction  
Fantasy readers look for well-developed landscapes, multi-dimensional characters, and a world where they can believe magic happens...
 
27.06.2013 16:41    Comments: 0    Categories: Fiction Writing      Tags: what is  genre novel  genre  novel  writer's digest  
The term genre is generally used to describe fiction that has certain expectations and conventions; some specific genres are romance, mystery, horror, westerns, science fiction, and fantasy.
 
06.03.2013 13:52    Comments: 0    Categories: Writing Erotica      Tags: barbara sheridan  anne cain  erotica  yaoi  genre  erotic  literature  
Their lean bodies move together in the throes of passion, their impossibly handsome faces hover close, their lips about to touch. With vivid imagery and intense sensual action ...
 
06.03.2013 13:35    Comments: 0    Categories: Fiction Writing      Tags: linda busby parker  genre  mainstream  literary  
Since books were first published on a large scale basis (the dime novels of the 1850s were the earliest), writers have disagreed about the quality and the role of various kinds of novels.
 
06.03.2013 03:56    Comments: 0    Categories: Fiction Writing      Tags: john truby  secrets  genre  
What's my genre? That's the single biggest question you should ask yourself when that great premise idea first pops into your head. Why? Because of the First Rule of Hollywood.
 
11.12.2012 01:39    Comments: 0    Categories: Writing Plot  Structure  Fiction Elements  Fiction Writing  Writing  Writing Craft      Tags: h. thomas milhorn  plot  story  structure  genre  fiction  guide  craft  
PLOT is the sequence of events in a story as the author chooses to arrange them. It is a chain of events, each event the result of some prior events and the cause of some subsequent events.
 
11.12.2012 01:35    Comments: 0    Categories: Writing Setting  Fiction Elements  Fiction Writing  Writing  Writing Craft      Tags: h. thomas milhorn  setting  genre  fiction  guide  craft  
The setting of a novel is the background on which the writer builds the plot and characters. It involves the entire environment: (1) time, (2) place, (3) experience, and (4) mood.
 
11.12.2012 01:29    Comments: 0    Categories: Writing Characters  Fiction Elements  Fiction Writing  Writing  Writing Craft      Tags: h. thomas milhorn  characters  genre  fiction  guide  craft  
Characterization is the creation of imaginary people (characters) who appear to be real and believable to readers.
 
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