For over 15 years, Lary Crews taught 4,125 online students how to write their first novel. Now, you can profit from his expertise as a writer and editor. Lary wrote three mystery novels published by Bantam Books (a traditional NYC publisher.) They sold a combined 220,000 copies. Today, he has turned to self-publishing with Novel Secrets which is based on his 900-page online textbook. His purpose? To teach you how to write a GOOD self-published novel. What will you learn from Novel Secrets? 1. Since you are no longer dependent on traditional publishers, you can create your own genre. Lary will review the traditional genres and tell you about New Adult, a new genre created by several self-published women. 2. Learn how to find adhesive ideas for your novel. (Ideas other ideas adhere to.) We'll use the novel idea generator called Internet Movie Data Base (IMDB) and discuss how to save your ideas. 3. You'll learn to write a secret draft, which allows you to make abundant mistakes, and how to create your leapfrog outline, which, along with storyboards, keeps you on track as you write. 4. We'll get into the structure of your novel and learn the key to a good plot: the hook, the joyride and the payoff. (Thanks, Aristotle!) 5. You will learn the significance of your first ten pages. When readers look inside your book on Amazon, those ten pages are when they decide to buy your book or not. 6. You'll learn how to create characters your readers will care about. Your protagonist and antagonist are the most important ones, of course. We'll even get into how to name your characters. 7. Viewpoint is so important it can affect sales. Lary will simplify it, and teach you the best and most useful viewpoint for your novel. 8. You will get into dialogue, which moves your novel along. We'll also tackle interior monologue, also known as thinking. 9. Too much description will get in the way of your story. That's why it should be used sparingly. Lary shows you how. 10. You'll learn how to write in scenes, like a movie in your mind. Scenes are what keeps your novel moving ahead. 11. Flashbacks slow down novels, but if you plan to use them, you'll learn how to get into them and back out again. Sometimes a recollection turns out to be better for your book. 12. You will learn how conflict and suspense combine to make your novel work. Readers prefer a satisfying end to your novel. Give it to them, and they will keep buying your books and tell their friends. 13. After your secret draft is done, you'll check your facts, so readers will buy your lies. Then comes the best part of being a writer, rewriting and revising your novel. Lary will teach you how to cut, edit and improve your book. 14. We'll discuss promoting your books on social media and beating writer's block. Lary will also teach you about book signings (he did 77 of them). Lastly, Lary will suggest the ideal book to help you publish your novel on CreateSpace and Kindle. Novel Secrets: How to Write a GOOD Self-Published Novel is a practical, step-by-step manual on how to craft your novel. With Lary's help, this accessible and streamlined book will empower you to write a terrific novel. Take action now: use the LOOK INSIDE feature (above) to see how valuable the information inside Novel Secrets will be for you. This will be the last book you need to read before you write your bestselling novel. Be sure to check out the Novel Secrets website at http: //www.novel-secrets.com
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The essays collected in Science and the Internet consider the effects of digital technologies on scientific argumentation and the circulation of scientific knowledge. In Communicating Science, Gross, Harmon, and Reidy argued that the fundamental interaction between verbal and visual elements that defines scientific argumentation will not change significantly as technology changes: "While the 'computer revolution' will undoubtedly continue to facilitate this interaction, we do not think this heart will look, or beat, very differently at the end of the twenty-first century." Nothing could be further from the truth.The Internet has transformed how science is practiced, and it is accelerating the pace of scientific communication both among peers and to the public. Among peers, the Internet promotes wider and more fruitful collaborative networks. Fully evolved, the scientific article is becoming a portal through which knowledge flows. The scope of peer review is being expanded by the full documentation and immediate scrutiny that the Internet permits. But the Internet's influence extends beyond peer-to-peer communication to the communication of science to wider publics. Institutions must adapt to the just-in-time behaviors of information seekers, and the participatory features of Web 2.0 allow non-experts to comment on scientific research in unprecedented ways.The contributors to Science and the Internet analyze digital developments in science communication-from "open" notebooks and live-blogged experiments to podcasts and citizen-science projects-to assess their rhetorical implications.Intended Audience: The book will appeal to a broad audience consisting of teachers of technical and scientific communication, professors of science studies, and academics and others with an interest in the Internet; also useful as a central or supplementary text for courses in technical and scientific communication or in digital media studies.
Natural beauty is what we look like without makeup or extra care. A book on natural beauty can help us realize just how beautiful we actually are as a person. It can help see that others don't look as great as we think, and that we look better than we give ourselves credit for.
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