Catch the sparks you need to write, edit, publish, and market your book!
Write with Fey: 10 Sparks to Guide You from Idea to Publication offers an abundance of data in one handy book. From writing your novel to prepping for publication and beyond, you’ll find sparks on every page, including 100 bonus marketing tips. You’ll also discover how to write specific scenes and characters, adding depth to your work.
•Spark One: Being a Writer
•Spark Two: Story Essentials
•Spark Three: A Book’s Stepping Stones
•Spark Four: How To
•Spark Five: Character ER
•Spark Six: Editing
•Spark Seven: Publishing
•Spark Eight: Marketing
•Spark Nine: Writing About
•Spark Ten: Final Inspiration
With so much information, you’ll take notes, highlight, and flag pages to come back to again and again on your writing journey.
“Solid, sound basic writing book for the writing daring to be an author. The "10 Sparks" cover a wealth of topics with abbreviated, concise guidance, giving authors a fantastic place to check off all the necessities.” - C. Hope Clark, The Carolina Slade Mysteries and The Edisto Island Mysteries, Founder of FundsforWriters.com
|Publisher:||Dancing Lemur Press LLC|
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About the Author
Chrys Fey is the author of the Disaster Crimes Series and an editor for Dancing Lemur Press. She started her blog, Write with Fey, to offer aspiring writers inspiration, advice, and hope. At the age of twelve, she started writing her first novel, and since then she has been a dedicated citizen in the writing world.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Perhaps hundreds of books to help writers on their journeys to publication have been written. Each one I’ve read has given me valuable information that I’ve used through the years. I just finished reading Author Chrys Fey’s new book WRITE WITH FEY-10 SPARKS TO GUIDE YOU FROM IDEA TO PUBLICATION, and, in my humble opinion, it is one of the best. The author has covered just about every topic a writer wants and needs to know. Whether you’re starting out in your writing career or have been around for years, like me, you most likely will find exciting new information to guide you down that crazy path called publication. Or if you’re published and looking for ways to promote your work, you’ll find that, along with other valuable information, here, too. For example, the author talks about story essentials, a book’s steps from beginning to end, how to bring your characters to life, and so much more. She discusses “Editing a Book,” and I’ve marked some of those comments to help me with my work. Another thing I’ve done is create a “Style Sheet” that the author suggests. With my terrible memory it will be a life saver I’m sure. I could go on and on about how Chrys Fey’s book is helping me discover new ways to promote my work and to create interesting characters, but you’ll get all the great details when you read the book. She has inspired me to try new ideas. Why not? We’re never too old or too young to learn. I highly recommend this book if you are an author or hope to be an author someday. It may have the answers to your questions. Happy Reading.
Chrys Fey has packed in so much more then I expected. Even though I haven’t written a book…yet…I publish reviews on a routine basis, so any writing tips can be helpful. Many of these chapters come from posts on Chrys Fey’s blog. She first began blogging in 2012. The help was sparse for an unknown author. Since then, Indie publishing and the blogging world has exploded with wonderful people who want to help YOU. Her blog posts are Sparks, for magic, so let yours flourish. Make our own stinking rules, says Chrys. Use your own voice, your own style, making the story your own. Would you want your voice to be like someone else”s? What if yours is more unique, better? It’s your story, own it. Simple chapters and explanations. Covers all aspects of a novel, start to finish in easy to read and understand language. The A to Z book of writing and social media, publishing and blogs, that everyone who writes can benefit having at their side. Her in depth, yet simple tips on writing about characters, disasters and events can be very useful to my review writing and blog posts..and who knows what the future holds for me in the writing world. I will be using some of the info to clean up and revamp my blog and social media. I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Write With Fey by Chrys Fey.