You've Got a Book in You
At a Glance
You'll Love This Book If:
- You are a beginner writer
- You're interested in improving your writing skills and renewing your creativity
- You are looking for tips and advice on how to start or finish writing your first draft
Are you writing a book or novel for the first time? Don't let insecurity take hold of you and cripple your ability to write. In fact, You've Got a Book in You is filled with friendly, funny, honest chapters that teach you how to relinquish your worries and write freely!
When you buy this book, you'll get fun exercises, tips on brainstorming ideas, and advice about how to tackle your novel (or book) in small pieces, all geared toward helping you gain the skills and best practices needed to finish writing a novel!
In This Book You'll Learn:
- How to tell your story
- The three touchstones for writing your book
- How to write what you don't know
- Publisher Writer's Digest Books
- Date available: 03/29/2015
- Publication date: 05/13/2013
- Return policy: 30 days
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Meet the Author: Elizabeth Sims
Elizabeth Sims is the author of seven popular novels, most recently ON LOCATION: A RITA FARMER MYSTERY (2010, St. Martin's Minotaur). Booklist calls her crime fiction "as smart as it is compelling." Besides the Rita Farmer Mysteries, she's the author of the Lambda Award-winning Lillian Byrd Mysteries.
Elizabeth is also a contributing editor at Writer's Digest magazine, where she specializes in the art and craft of fiction. She holds degrees in English from Michigan State University and Wayne State University (where she won the Tompkins Award for Graduate Fiction), and she loves to help fledgling authors find their wings.