For writers who want to publish a book, the thought of uttering those words is a dream waiting to be explored. But for many, it never transfers to reality. For others, the discipline it takes to write a book eludes you.
So in other words: But Sooz, you say. To convey the depth, the emotion, the literary power of your novel in words or less—impossible! Ah, but is possible my friends. To use this worksheet, fill out the questions in sentence form.
Though your story may not follow this exact format, try to find some critical event in the story that can be placed in that space.
Once you have filled out the worksheet, rewrite them on a fresh sheet of paper and try to eliminate words, tighten sentences, and variate sentence structure. How many words do you have? All other characters should be referred to by their roles e.
You must tell the ending! Do not include subplots unless you have extra space at the end!!!!! Fill in the Blanks 1. Long ago, in a galaxy far away, a controlling government called the Empire takes control of planets, systems, and people.
Anyone who resists is obliterated. Protagonist Intro Who is the main character? When he buys two robots, he finds one has a message on it—a message from a princess begging for help. She has plans to defeat the Empire, and she begs someone to deliver these plans to a distant planet.
Luke goes to his friend and mentor, the loner Ben Kenobi, for help. Plot point 1 What is the first turning point? Luke refuses, but when he goes back to his farm, he finds his family has been killed. He has no choice but to join Ben. Midpoint What is the middle turning point?
Once on board the Death Star, Luke discovers the princess is being held as a hostage. He and the group set out to find the princess, while Ben sets out to find a way for them to escape the base. She seems to have the upper hand, but then oh no!
The antagonist defeats her and rushes off more powerful than ever before. After rescuing the princess, Luke and the group try to escape. Ben sacrifices himself so they can flee, and Darth Vader kills Ben.
The group flees the Death Star on their own ship.
Climax What happens in the final blow-out between the MC and the antagonist? The Death Star arrives in space near the Rebels, and the attack begins.
Luke joins the assault team of fighter ships. The Rebels suffer heavy losses, and soon Luke is one of the few remaining pilots and ships. He takes his chance and initiates the final attack.Newton believes "You can write your book in two weeks if you want to badly enough." Author Lisa Newton born in Nottingham, UK moved to London to study Accounting with 3/5(1).
Online homework and grading tools for instructors and students that reinforce student learning through practice and instant feedback. This is a listing of the stories by author with mention of the books that the stories were taken from or mention of the person who so graciously supplied the story to Classic Short Stories.
How To Write A Book In Two Weeks. 1, likes · 2 talking about this. How To Write A Book In Two Weeks (or less) is for those who want to write a book. One thing writers hate doing but will inevitably have to do (one day or another, at least) is the Dreaded Synopsis.
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