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Planning Your Novel: Ideas and Structure (Foundations of Fiction) (Volume 1) Paperback – March 13, 2014
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About the Author
Janice Hardy is the award-winning author of the teen fantasy trilogy The Healing Wars, including The Shifter, Blue Fire, and Darkfall from Balzer+Bray/Harper Collins. The Shifter, was chosen for the 2014 list of "Ten Books All Young Georgians Should Read" from the Georgia Center for the Book. It was also shortlisted for the Waterstones Children's Book Prize (2011), and The Truman Award (2011). She's the founder of Fiction University, a site dedicated to helping writers improve their craft. Her popular Foundations of Fiction series includes Planning Your Novel: Ideas and Structure, a self-guided workshop for planning or revising a novel, the companion Planning Your Novel Workbook, Revising Your Novel: First Draft to Finished Draft, and the bestselling Understanding Show, Don't Tell (And Really Getting It). She lives in Central Florida with her husband, one yard zombie, two cats, and a very nervous freshwater eel. For more information, please visit her at her writing site, Fiction-University.com, or www.JaniceHardy.com.
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by Gene Hull
Author of Chasing The Muse
The Sun God is a Ham
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Am I glad I did! Hardy walks you logically through developing an idea in a non-threatening way. I'm going to use this with every book from now on!