bubblecow book editing If you follow the guidelines set out in this article you will learn the best way to interact with beta readers, ensuring you don’t waste time and end up with results that will not improve your novel.

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bubblecow book editing In this article, I want to dispel this myth and detail a set of easy-to-use guidelines that will allow you to grasp the basic building blocks of dialogue formatting.

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bubblecow book editing If you follow the techniques outlined in this article, you will be able to write more effective and revealing dialogue for your novels. The techniques will allow you to avoid writing one-dimensional characters that fail to grasp the reader’s interest and imagination.

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bubblecow book editing In this article, I will show you why understanding conflict will make you a better writer and help you to create engaging stories that capture the reader’s imagination. I will also show you how to avoid creating boring and one-dimensional characters.

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bubblecow book editing In this article, I will teach you a set of techniques that will allow you to bring cohesion and a meaningful narrative arc to the structure of your novel. The techniques will allow you to avoid producing confusing, and emotionally disappointing story narratives.

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bubblecow book editing In this article, we will begin the process of preparing your extract for submission. I will explain the principles of editing and show you how self-editing will help you to produce the best document possible. Effective self-editing will help you to avoid submitting a manuscript that is riddled with obvious typos and silly errors

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bubblecow book editing The whole point of your book proposal has been to push the agent and publisher to the point at which they are willing to read your extract. Your query letter and synopsis will have demonstrated that you represent a real ‘commercial’ opportunity, however it will all be for nothing if your extract is not up to scratch.read more >>

bubblecow book editing In this article, we address some of the common questions posed regarding a synopsis.

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bubblecow book editing The aim of this lesson is to give you a solid, workable framework from which you can write a synopsis that provides agents and publishers with all the information they require to make an informed decision about your book.

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bubblecow book editing In its most simple form a synopsis is an outline of your novel. It introduces all the key characters and events, whilst outlining the narrative arc from the start to the end. Perhaps the best way to understand a synopsis is to understand why agents and publishers insist that you include one in your book proposal.

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bubblecow book editing In this article we will look at a number of issues that will help you negotiate some of the more difficult or confusing questions that may arise whilst preparing your book proposal

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bubblecow book editing In this article, you will learn the importance of providing the outline for a realistic marketing plan. If done correctly, this will avoid you appearing to the agent and publisher as just another wannabe writer.read more >>

bubblecow book editing In this article, you will learn what to include in your biography to ensure you are an attractive prospect to agents and publishers. You will also learn how to avoid including irrelevant or damaging information

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bubblecow book editing In this article, you will learn that providing an outline of your book’s narrative will help the agent and publisher to make an informed choice. You will also learn that an extended synopsis is unneeded and may even put the agent or publisher off your book.

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bubblecow book editing In this article, you will learn the importance of resisting the temptation to pitch an incomplete manuscript.

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bubblecow book editing In this article, you will learn how carefully listing a set of books that are similar to your book will allow agents and publishers to have confidence that your book is suitable for them. This technique will also allow you to avoid confusion regarding your book’s genre.

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bubblecow book editing In this article, you will learn why an inappropriate word count can be an obstacle to a potential deal. You will also learn how to avoid word count being an issue for agents and publishers.read more >>

bubblecow book editing In this article, you will learn the importance of genre in avoiding unwarranted rejection. You will also learn how to identify your book’s genre and use this to find an agent or publisher

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bubblecow book editing In this article, you will learn how to use a brief summary of your book to communicate the essence of your work in the most concise manner possible. Using the Elevator Pitch technique will help you to avoid agents and publishers misunderstanding the nature of your book

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bubblecow book editing In this article, you will learn how using a tag line will help you quickly convey the essence of your book without a long and complicated explanation. It will also help you to avoid agents and publishers misunderstanding the nature of your work.

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bubblecow book editing In this article, you will learn about the Four Paragraph Method and discover how it will ensure that your query letter provides all the information needed for an agent or publisher to make an informed decision about your book.

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bubblecow book editing In this article, you will discover why a book proposal is essential and understand what an agent or publisher is looking to find in a successful book proposal.

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