The 7 Deadly Sins of Writing Children's Books by Red Robbin audiobook

The 7 Deadly Sins of Writing Children's Books

By Red Robbin
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Writers Animus Productions
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    ISBN: 9781667016955

Want to finally write that children's book? This ebook helps you avoid the biggest mistakes a new children's book author makes. This is as close to a step by step writing process as you can get. New and emerging writers often make the same mistakes over and over. It's because they don't fully understand the principles of storytelling. A story outline looks like this; Introduction --> Rising Action --> Climactic Event --> Falling Action --> Resolution This outline is actually based on ancient storytelling principles and human psychology. It's step by step and it's duplicable. Here are the 7 deadliest sins a new children's book writer makes: Deadly Sin #1 Pictures Do NOT Tell the Story Deadly Sin #2 Show Don't Tell Deadly Sin #3 Marry Logic With Creativity Deadly Sin #4 Action, Action and More Action.... Deadly Sin #5 Don't Make Assumptions Deadly Sin #6 Create a Real Story Around the Lesson Deadly Sin #7 A Few Words on Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation The Extra Sin: An All Encompassing Example BONUS: The 8 Most Popular Kids Book Themes By simply avoiding these 7 common (and deadly) mistakes, you'll instantly write a better children's story. You'll even see examples from manuscript critiques the author has given her clients. So get ready for clarity in your writing process. It takes work, but this process will get you there faster by helping you to avoid the most common mistakes new children's book authors make. I wish you many imaginative tales. Red Robbin

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Want to finally write that children's book? This ebook helps you avoid the biggest mistakes a new children's book author makes.

This is as close to a step by step writing process as you can get.

New and emerging writers often make the same mistakes over and over. It's because they don't fully understand the principles of storytelling.

A story outline looks like this; Introduction --> Rising Action --> Climactic Event --> Falling Action --> Resolution

This outline is actually based on ancient storytelling principles and human psychology. It's step by step and it's duplicable.

Here are the 7 deadliest sins a new children's book writer makes:

  1. Deadly Sin #1 Pictures Do NOT Tell the Story
  2. Deadly Sin #2 Show Don't Tell
  3. Deadly Sin #3 Marry Logic With Creativity
  4. Deadly Sin #4 Action, Action and More Action....
  5. Deadly Sin #5 Don't Make Assumptions
  6. Deadly Sin #6 Create a Real Story Around the Lesson
  7. Deadly Sin #7 A Few Words on Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation

The Extra Sin: An All Encompassing Example

BONUS: The 8 Most Popular Kids Book Themes

By simply avoiding these 7 common (and deadly) mistakes, you'll instantly write a better children's story.

You'll even see examples from manuscript critiques the author has given her clients.

So get ready for clarity in your writing process. It takes work, but this process will get you there faster by helping you to avoid the most common mistakes new children's book authors make.

I wish you many imaginative tales. Red Robbin

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Runtime: 0.62
Audience: Adult
Language: English