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James uses this unit to measure his one-of-a-kind attempt to develop storylines that the reader wants more. Not only does it make James' typing better, it also increases his reliability with his readership. Discover when and how James does his research and how he thoughtfully involves it in his work.
James' mystery gun is a complete overview. Find out how he is preparing himself for a quick and succesful first design. Whatever happens, don't jump this lecture! He has never shown anyone (not even his publisher) the design for his bestselling flitter week. While James continues explaining his progress, please note the instructions in your workbook.
Though you' ve authored as many as James (76 bestsellers and more), there's nothing more terrible than looking at the empty page. Between Alex Cross and Michael Bennett, James masters the skill of making complicated and catchy personalities. Held to bad guy, you get to know how to keep your personality with your readers far beyond the last page.
He will share his advice on how to infect your readers from the first line on. Hear James explaining some frequent traps in dialog and how to get around them easily. He is known for his many brief and crisp sections. Find out how he drives the readers through the textbook, with a sketch as a timetable.
Mystery of tension is..... We' ve all been reading great textbooks with horrible ending. Find out how James picks the right ending. He is libertarian with a crayon; his writing is the kilogram to stronghold the scholar busy. Find out how you can reduce grease with our hands-on workaround.
So when does James choose a co-writer and is it a real cooperation? That is why in this unit we will be meeting two of his most trustworthy co-authors who are sharing their processes for a truly fruitful teamwork. Writer of 76 bestsellers and owner of the Guinness World Record for the first man to sold over 1 million eBooks, James knows one or two things about publishing.
He will share what he has learnt in this unit. The reader judges them on their cover. Prior to the publication of his first novel, James worked for a leading New York based ad firm. Discover what James learnt from his ad years and how he changed the way he played eBookmarketers.
Lean back and hear James tell the best and baddest scenes from his day on the show. He has a long, curvy road to becoming the world's bestselling writer.