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All series books have a basic premise, something that links the books through time. Today we talk about how a good premise is interesting but also has repeatability.
When planning a book series, it’s important to create characters that can sustain a story and still be likable throughout many books. Let’s talk about characters that can go the distance.
Life is settling into the new normal, which is different from the old normal and not without extra dollops of stress. With this new normal, we need to take a new look at time management for writers if we want to get back to writing.
Because dialogue is an essential element of any book, it’s worthwhile to take a specific look at writing great middle grade dialogue.
Let’s look at the complex middle grade characters who aren’t really likable, and how they can play a part in grabbing the reader and holding on.
Middle grade books are seeing an awakening in the publishing world. What you need to know when writing for middle grade.
Contest: ICL Holiday Story | 1st place
Nouh’s Ramadan Race
December 17, 2016
Contest: PreK Animal Story Contest | 2nd Place
Meet the Quackers!
December 31, 2016
Contest: Poetry Contest | 1st Place
The Only House
January 14, 2017
Contest: ICL Holiday Story Contest | 4th Place
The Groundhog and the Shadow
January 28, 2017
Contest: First Pages Novel Contest | 2nd Place
February 11, 2017
Contest: Middle Grade Novel | 1st Place
THE SHRINKING STONE
March 18, 2017
Contest: Holiday Story Contest 2016 | 5th Place
Skinny Bones and Catrina
April 1, 2017
Contest: The Holiday Picture Book Contest | 3rd Place
The Valentine’s Bully
April 15, 2017
Contest: ICL Holiday Story Contest | 2nd Place
April 29, 2017