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The Plot Thickens By Noah Lukeman

The Plot Thickens
by Noah Lukeman

The art of plot development has become synonymous with having a single great idea, and to achieve this causes both trepidation and a feeling of futility. This work enables writers to consider how elements of storytelling can combine - in many unimagined ways - to produce the kind of plot that will make their work transcendent.
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This title enables beginning and advanced writers alike. The art of plot development has become synonymous with having a single great idea and the pressure upon the writer to achieve this frequently causes both trepidation and a feeling of futility. The purpose of this book is to give hope and encouragement to every author by demonstrating how plot is, in reality, an amalgamation of many ideas or elements of writing, including characterization, suspense and conflict amongst others. Deftly analysing the elements of classic storytelling, "The Plot Thickens" enables both beginning and advanced writers to consider how these elements can combine - in many previously unimagined ways - to produce the kind of plot that will make their work transcendent. No longer will the construction of the winning plot prove an insurmountable target. Driven by the requirements of publisher and film-maker, the author may feel that concept is all-important but, based upon his wide experience of fiction of all kinds, Noah Lukeman brilliantly shows that this is not so and thereby brings not only encouragement but also immensely practical advice which every author will welcome. Writers will find it impossible to walk away from this invaluable guide without having boundless new ideas.

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Sku
GOR001232536
Title
The Plot Thickens
Author
Condition
Very Good
Binding type
Paperback
Publisher
The Crowood Press Ltd
Year published
Number of pages
192
ISBN 10
0709072333
ISBN 13
9780709072331
Prizes
N/A
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