Idea Sparking: How to Brainstorm Conflict in Your Novel

Idea Sparking How to Brainstorm Conflict in Your Novel How do you keep your readers riveted to your story Plotting a compelling story that stands out from the thousands of novels on the bookshelf takes creativity and strategic thinking An author must lear

  • Title: Idea Sparking: How to Brainstorm Conflict in Your Novel
  • Author: Michelle Lim
  • ISBN: 9780984696963
  • Page: 407
  • Format: Paperback
  • How do you keep your readers riveted to your story Plotting a compelling story that stands out from the thousands of novels on the bookshelf takes creativity and strategic thinking An author must learn to think outside the box and yet create realistic conflict personal to their characters Whether you love to plot out every infinite detail in your story before writing orHow do you keep your readers riveted to your story Plotting a compelling story that stands out from the thousands of novels on the bookshelf takes creativity and strategic thinking An author must learn to think outside the box and yet create realistic conflict personal to their characters Whether you love to plot out every infinite detail in your story before writing or prefer to discover your story on the journey, Idea Sparking How to Brainstorm Conflict in Your Novel is the tool you need to create the right conflict to fuel your story.Packed with examples and exercises to get you thinking, Idea Sparking gives you a menu of innovative tools, techniques and solutions for devising plot twists You ll learn how to create the right environment for nraistorming the difference between conflict and tension and how to create both techinques for discovering dramatic, yet plausible, twists how to create powerful inner conflict how to find and create the right villain how to increase the tension with every chapter how to build powerful cliffhangers how to make readers care about your story

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    About "Michelle Lim"

    1. Michelle Lim

      Michelle Lim grew up in rural Minnesota Inspired by reading countless novels, she began to write Before long, what started out as writing and selling songs to her grandmother for a dime, turned into writing for the college newspaper After college, Michelle taught elementary school for eleven years, then married her sweetheart In 2006 Michelle stayed home with their four children to begin a new adventure as a toddler taming aspiring author Michelle is the author of Idea Sparking How to Brainstorming Conflict in Your Novel and a contributor in The Truth About Conferences The My Book Therapy Guide to How to Have a Successful Writers Conference.Michelle is the Brainstorm Huddle Coach at My Book Therapy and the Midwest Zone Director of American Christian Fiction Writers.Whether writing nonfiction or writing a romantic suspense novel, you just might find Michelle at her computer with chocolate in one hand and her child s favorite storybook in the other.

    947 thoughts on “Idea Sparking: How to Brainstorm Conflict in Your Novel”

    1. MIchelle Lim has created a wonderful resource for writers. She starts at the beginning of conflict brainstorming by helping the author find both their goal for a scene/book as well as the characters goal. Then she helps the author think through obstacles and stakes, adding layers and dimensions to storyline. She breaks the process down into easily digestible steps and includes plenty of examples to cement the concept into your mind and practice questions to work through if you don't have a novel [...]


    2. This is a GREAT book! If you are a writer of fiction, I highly recommend this book. It not only gives you exercises to help improve your writing, but it also stimulates your creativity. It's a necessary book in my inspiration library.



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