Is there an Agatha Christie or an Arthur Conan Doyle lurking in you?
You can write all right. Building up atmosphere and ambience is your forte. But you feel you lack essential `plotting skills`. You don`t quite know how to build up your plot well enough to make it gripping. Holding the readers spellbound, unable to put down the book.
Well, don`t lose hope. There`s help on hand. Gary Provost`s book is all about spotting local stories and turning them into potential best sellers.
HOW TO WRITE AND SELL TRUE CRIME: HOW TO SPOT LOCAL STORIES AND TURN THEM INTO GRIPPING BESTSELLERS.
The author is a well-known crime writer. He specialises in true crime. His new book provides a guideline to aspiring writers and gives valuable advice on how to write a compelling story.
In his book, Gary gives a comprehensive explanation on how to go about writing a good crime story.
This book reveals how to outline the course of your story, how to create gripping scenes and how not to overdo drama.
It also guides you step by step on how to modify and weave local stories and crime into your book.
It teaches you to evaluate the criminal activities. Could the planning have been better? Where do you think the criminals have slipped up? What could they have done to avoid getting caught?
Gary Provost tells you how to go about changing nonfiction into a fiction- like situation. This book is easy to understand and would make a useful guide to budding writers.
Put down your thoughts and ideas. Blend a few real life stories together. And you can craft out your own novel. And if presented well, it could turn out to be a best seller.