Write a Book that Doesn't Suck
Your Book Might Suck…
But it doesn’t have to.
You are an awesome writer with an incredible fiction story the world needs to experience. But your book… well, it kind of sucks. So let’s fix that.
Setting your novel apart from the rest is a choice.
Fiction is more than a character doing stuff in a place you’ve invented. There are rules to magic and seasons to setting and double meanings to words, and a cadence to sentence structure if you want to write a book that doesn’t suck.
I guarantee you will find tricks and treats you’ve never heard or read before in any other writing book. If not, let me know and I’ll refund your money. But if I’m right, and my book helps you to write a novel that doesn’t suck, then I’m asking you, in return to leave a positive review. That’s fair, isn’t it?
Ready to get started? Great! There are questions with space to answer at the end of each chapter to help you along your journey. I’m super excited for you and wish you all the luck in writing your novel!
Plot/Idea: 8 out of 10
Originality: 7 out of 10
Prose: 8 out of 10
Character/Execution: 8 out of 10
Overall: 7.75 out of 10
Idea/Concept: Engle's guide book, which includes valuable insights and tips and tricks on how to improve one's process of writing a novel/story, is well-balanced and thoughtful.
Prose: The prose is understandable and down-to-earth, while Engle's word choice and language usage allow his guidelines to be easily accessible and digestible.
Originality: There are likely many books in this genre, but Engle’s accessible writing, original tips and enjoyable examples make this a memorable and inspirational read.
Execution: The book writing process is explained and explored thoroughly here, and the book’s structure and development is very well executed. The author recognizes that writing requires not just creativity, but determination, hard work, and focus.
Date Submitted: December 22, 2019