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Write your own adventure stories / by Tish Farrell.

By: Farrell, Tish.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Write your own (Compass Point Books): ; Write your own: Publisher: Tunbridge Wells, Kent : Ticktock, 2006Description: 63 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1860079210.Subject(s): Adventure stories -- Authorship -- Juvenile literature | Creative writing -- Juvenile literature | Authorship -- Juvenile literature | Adventure stories -- Authorship | Adventure stories -- Technique | Fiction -- Authorship | Adventure stories -- Technique -- Juvenile literature | Adventure stories -- Authorship -- Children's nonfiction | Adventure stories -- Technique -- Children's nonfiction | Fiction -- Authorship -- Children's nonfiction | Creative writing -- Children's nonfictionGenre/Form: Literature. | Action and adventure fiction -- Authorship -- Juvenile literature. | Adventure stories -- Authorship -- Juvenile literature. | Children's nonfiction. DDC classification: 808.3/87
Contents:
Getting started -- Writing styles and ideas -- Creating characters -- Viewpoint -- Synopses and plots -- Winning words -- Scintillating speech -- Hints and tips -- FInishing touches -- What next?
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This fantastic new series gives you just the tools you need to write like an expert. Written by a professional author, each book takes you through the entire process of writing your own page turner, from beginning to end. Learn how to create realistic characters, fashion gripping plots, master literary skills such as suspense and much more. Quotes from published works are included for inspiration. There are even tips at the end of the book on how to get your work noticed! A must for any budding writers out there.

"A step-by-step guide to story-writing"--Cover.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 63) and index.

Getting started -- Writing styles and ideas -- Creating characters -- Viewpoint -- Synopses and plots -- Winning words -- Scintillating speech -- Hints and tips -- FInishing touches -- What next?

Follow this step by step guide and you will soon be writing exciting mystery stories filled with heroes and villains and packed with dramatic plot twists.

Follow this step by step guide and you will soon be writing exciting mystery stories filled with heroes and villains and packed with dramatic plot twists. Suggested level: primary, intermediate, junior secondary.

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