A Novel Idea

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ISBN: 9781414329949
Release Date: 2009
Number of pages: 320
Author: Kathryn S. Olson
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.

Download and read online A Novel Idea in PDF and EPUB Best-selling Christian fiction writers have teamed together to contribute articles on the craft of writing. A Novel Idea contains tips on brainstorming ideas and crafting and marketing a novel. It explains what makes a Christian novel “Christian” and offers tips on how to approach tough topics. Contributors include Jerry B. Jenkins, Karen Kingsbury, Francine Rivers, and many other beloved authors. All proceeds will benefit MAI, an organization that teaches writing internationally to help provide literature that is culturally relevant.


Novel Ideas

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ISBN: 9780820332796
Release Date: 2009
Number of pages: 334
Author: Barbara Shoup
Publisher: University of Georgia Press

Download and read online Novel Ideas in PDF and EPUB Novel Ideas provides a substantial introduction to the elements of fiction followed by in-depth interviews with successful novelists who speak with candor and insight into the complex process by which a novel is made. This edition includes new and updated interviews as well as writing exercises to enhance its use in the writing classroom. Dorothy Allison recalls "deliciously self-indulgent" days of writing in her bathrobe, wrapped in misery and exultation; Peter Cameron explains how he made the move from short fiction to the novel with the aid of a music composer's notebook to track the movement of his characters. Writers as different as Ha Jin, Jill McCorkle, Richard Ford, and Michael Chabon describe their unique approaches to their work while consistently affirming the necessity of committing to the hard effort of it while also remaining open to surprise. Aspiring novelists will find hands-on strategies for beginning, working through, and revising a novel; accomplished novelists will discover new ways to solve the problems they face in process; and serious readers of contemporary fiction will enjoy a glimpse into the way novels are made. Includes interviews with: Dorothy Allison Larry Brown Peter Cameron Michael Chabon Michael Cunningham Robb Forman Dew Richard Ford Ha Jin Patricia Henley Charles Johnson Wally Lamb Valerie Martin Jill McCorkle Sena Jeter Naslund Lewis Nordan Sheri Reynolds S. J. Rozan Jane Smiley Lee Smith Theodore Weesner


Planning Your Novel

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ISBN: 9780991536405
Release Date: 2014-02-28
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Author: Janice Hardy
Publisher: NLA Digital LLC

Download and read online Planning Your Novel in PDF and EPUB Planning Your Novel: Ideas and Structure takes you step-by-step through finding and developing ideas, brainstorming stories, and crafting a solid plan for your novel—including a one-sentence pitch, summary hook blurb, and working synopsis. Over 100 different exercises lead you through the novel-planning process, with ten workshops that build upon each other to flesh out your idea as much or as little as you need to do to start writing. Find Exercises On: Creating Characters Choosing Point of View Determining the Conflict Finding Your Process Developing Your Plot And So Much More! Planning Your Novel: Ideas and Structure is an easy-to-follow guide to planning your novel, as well as a handy tool for revising a first draft, or fixing a novel that isn’t quite working.


Novel Ideas Using Bloom s Taxonomy Gr 4 6

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Publisher: On The Mark Press

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Novel Ideas Science Fiction

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ISBN: 9781101157565
Release Date: 2006-04-04
Number of pages: 336
Author: Brian M. Thomsen
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Novel Ideas Science Fiction in PDF and EPUB For the first time in one volume, seven classic, award-winning stories which were the genesis for some of the most memorable novels and series in the field of science fiction.


Novel Ideas Fantasy

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ISBN: 9781101157558
Release Date: 2006-03-07
Number of pages: 320
Author: Brian M. Thomsen
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Novel Ideas Fantasy in PDF and EPUB How do novels get their start? The answers to that question often prove as varied as the authors who create them. In Novel Ideas: Fantasy, seven of the genre's most talented tellers of tale are represented by eight masterful short works--many of them award winners--which laid the groundwork for some of the most acclaimed fantasy novels and series in the field.


Novel Ideas for Young Readers

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ISBN: 156308791X
Release Date: 2000
Number of pages: 147
Author: Katherine Wiesolek Kuta
Publisher: Libraries Unlimited

Download and read online Novel Ideas for Young Readers in PDF and EPUB Outlines sixty activities that can be adapted for teaching any written work, for use with the Standards for English/Reading Language Arts of the International Reading Association and the National Council of Teachers of English.


A Novel Idea

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ISBN: 1439120587
Release Date: 2008-06-30
Number of pages: 256
Author: Aimee Friedman
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online A Novel Idea in PDF and EPUB Required reading has never been so hot. Once upon a time there was a Brooklyn hipster named Norah. Unlucky in love, and short on extracurriculars for her college apps, Norah decided to start a book group. She knew the perfect locale -- a local indie bookstore with a crush-worthy cutie manning the soy latte counter. When the first meeting arrives, Norah gets a page-turning surprise. The attendees may be bookish, but there are also a few hotties! Most noteworthy: sweet, literary James. He's like a modern Jane Austen hero.... Only, how to snag him? Ever the romantic heroine, Norah devises a secret plan. And if it works, Norah may just find her "Happily Ever After" love story. The End.


The Book of Bright Ideas

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ISBN: 9780440336143
Release Date: 2006-05-30
Number of pages: 320
Author: Sandra Kring
Publisher: Delta

Download and read online The Book of Bright Ideas in PDF and EPUB BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Sandra Kring's A Life of Bright Ideas. Wisconsin, 1961. Evelyn “Button” Peters is nine the summer Winnalee and her fiery-spirited older sister, Freeda, blow into her small town–and from the moment she sees them, Button knows this will be a summer unlike any other. Much to her mother’s dismay, Button is fascinated by the Malone sisters, especially Winnalee, a feisty scrap of a thing who carries around a shiny silver urn containing her mother’s ashes and a tome she calls “The Book of Bright Ideas.” It is here, Winnalee tells Button, that she records everything she learns: her answers to the mysteries of life. But sometimes those mysteries conceal a truth better left buried. And when a devastating secret is suddenly revealed, dividing loyalties and uprooting lives, no one–from Winnalee and her sister to Button and her family–will ever be the same.


Novel Ideas

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ISBN: 1550353985
Release Date: 1995
Number of pages: 80
Author: Donna Baker
Publisher: S&S Learning Materials

Download and read online Novel Ideas in PDF and EPUB Contains a wide variety of student activities that may be used with any novel or storybook. Designed to promote effective reading, writing, listening, speaking and thinking skills. Can be used for individual or group work.


Novel Ideas

Filename: novel-ideas.pdf
ISBN: 9781550353839
Release Date: 1996
Number of pages: 80
Author: Donna Baker
Publisher: S&S Learning Materials

Download and read online Novel Ideas in PDF and EPUB Contains a wide variety of student activities that may be used with any novel or storybook. Designed to promote effective reading, writing, listening, speaking and thinking skills. Can be used for individual or group work.


The Creed Room

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ISBN: 9780974764528
Release Date: 2006
Number of pages: 352
Author: Daniel Spiro
Publisher: AEGIS PRESS

Download and read online The Creed Room in PDF and EPUB Sam Kramer is the kind of school teacher who is born to provoke-whether it's his students' thoughts or his principal's anger. In his classroom, he's in charge. But he soon finds himself a pawn in someone else's classroom when he responds to a cryptic ad in the Washington Post and visits an old Victorian mansion. There, he and eight others are given a proposition: for a handsome fee, work together over the next several months to develop a new creed for humankind, a unifying philosophy that will give hope to an increasingly divided world. The group starts out with great devotion to the man who brought them together. What they don't realize until later is that this "benefactor" may in fact have created the creed room for his own, more sinister purposes. Daniel Spiro's characters pull no punches as they spar about religious fundamentalism, racism, poverty and the question of God. Sometimes, these characters find common ground. They also find romance. And in the end, they change history. The Creed Room is a dramatic, thought-provoking journey through the ideological divide that now strangles the American soul. Fortunately, Mr. Spiro doesn't simply diagnose the problem; the "creed" he offers as a solution succeeds in marrying many of the best ideas on both sides of the Great Divide.


Novel Ideas

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ISBN: 1904444547
Release Date: 2005
Number of pages: 136
Author: Jeff Thorburn
Publisher: Apex Pub Limited

Download and read online Novel Ideas in PDF and EPUB Dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, characterized by mental deterioration and degeneration of the brain, is distressing for both sufferers and those who care for them, and Novel Ideas is dedicated to those affected. Containing around 100 letters from well-known people nominating their all-time favorite reads and explaining their choice, this book is designed both to stimulate an interest in reading novels and also to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s disease. With a fitting foreword by Princess Alexandra, the aim of the book is to highlight the plight of sufferers and raise awareness of, and funds for, the valuable work carried out by the Alzheimer’s Society.


A to Z

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ISBN: 1877673420
Release Date: 1999-07
Number of pages: 79
Author: Kay Martin
Publisher: Cottonwood Press

Download and read online A to Z in PDF and EPUB A to Z: Novel Ideas for Reading Teachers is a wonderful resource for anyone who teaches reading. The book is full of activities that give students the chance to explore their insights into literature in a variety of ways--through writing, poetry, art, research and making personal connections to characters, quotations, and events. The teacher-tested, hands-on activities engage students of all levels and learning styles. Best of all, they are designed so that teachers can use them with any novel. In fact, many of the activities are also appropriate to use with short stories, biographies, autobiographies, and other reading material as well. "A to Z" was written by two reading teachers with many years of experience in the classroom. It is practical, full of ideas, and adaptable for many situations!


The Red Car A Novel

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ISBN: 9781631492341
Release Date: 2016-10-11
Number of pages: 224
Author: Marcy Dermansky
Publisher: Liveright Publishing

Download and read online The Red Car A Novel in PDF and EPUB A wildly imaginative, rebellious, and tender tale of independence from the critically acclaimed author of Bad Marie. With each new novel, Marcy Dermansky deploys her "brainy, emotionally sophisticated" (New York Times) prose to greater and greater heights, and The Red Car is no exception. Leah is living in Queens with a possessive husband she doesn’t love and a long list of unfulfilled ambitions, when she’s jolted from a thick ennui by a call from the past. Her beloved former boss and friend, Judy, has died in a car accident and left Leah her most prized possession and, as it turns out, the instrument of Judy’s death: a red sports car. Judy was the mentor Leah never expected. She encouraged Leah’s dreams, analyzed her love life, and eased her into adulthood over long lunches away from the office. Facing the jarring disconnect between the life she expected and the one she is now actually living, Leah takes off for San Francisco to claim Judy’s car. In sprawling days defined by sex, sorrow, and unexpected delight, Leah revisits past lives and loves in search of a self she abandoned long ago. Piercing through Leah’s surreal haze is the enigmatic voice of Judy, as sharp as ever, providing wry commentary on Leah’s every move. Following her "irresistible" (Time) and "wicked" (Slate) novel Bad Marie, Dermansky evokes yet another edgy, capricious, and beautifully haunting heroine—one whose search for realization is as wonderfully unpredictable and hypnotic as the twists and turns of the Pacific Coast Highway. Tautly wound, transgressive, and mordantly funny, The Red Car is an incisive exploration of one woman’s unusual route to self-discovery.