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Author : Matthew Dicks
ISBN : 9781608685486
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 69.60 MB
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A five-time Moth GrandSLAM winner and bestselling novelist shows how to tell a great story — and why doing so matters. Whether we realize it or not, we are always telling stories. On a first date or job interview, at a sales presentation or therapy appointment, with family or friends, we are constantly narrating events and interpreting emotions and actions. In this compelling book, storyteller extraordinaire Matthew Dicks presents wonderfully straightforward and engaging tips and techniques for constructing, telling, and polishing stories that will hold the attention of your audience (no matter how big or small). He shows that anyone can learn to be an appealing storyteller, that everyone has something "story worthy" to express, and, perhaps most important, that the act of creating and telling a tale is a powerful way of understanding and enhancing your own life.
Category: Biography & Autobiography


Author : Les Edgerton
ISBN : 9781582976914
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 39.50 MB
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The road to rejection is paved with bad beginnings. Agents and editors agree: Improper story beginnings are the single biggest barrier to publication. Why? If a novel or short story has a bad beginning, then no one will keep reading. It's just that simple. In Hooked, author Les Edgerton draws on his experience as a successful fiction writer and teacher to help you overcome the weak openings that lead to instant rejection by showing you how to successfully use the ten core components inherent to any great beginning. You'll find: • Detailed instruction on how to develop your inciting incident • Keys for creating a cohesive story-worthy problem • Tips on how to avoid common opening gaffes like overusing backstory • A rundown on basics such as opening scene length and transitions • A comprehensive analysis of more than twenty great opening lines from novels and short stories Plus, you'll discover exclusive insider advice from agents and acquiring editors on what they look for in a strong opening. With Hooked, you'll have all the information you need to craft a compelling beginning that lays the foundation for an irresistible story!
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Secret Service Story

Author : United States. Secret Service
ISBN : OCLC:1052565638
Genre : Public officers
File Size : 69.76 MB
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Category: Public officers

Crafting Novels Short Stories

Author : The Editors of Writer's Digest
ISBN : 9781599635736
Genre : Reference
File Size : 25.22 MB
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Learn How to Create Stories That Captivate Agents, Editors, and Readers Alike! Inside you'll find the tools you need to build strong characters, keep your plots moving, master the art of dialogue, choose the right point of view, and more. This comprehensive book on the art of novel and short story writing is packed with advice and instruction from best-selling authors and writing experts like Nancy Kress, Elizabeth Sims, Hallie Ephron, N.M. Kelby, Heather Sellers, and Donald Maass, plus a foreword by James Scott Bell. You'll learn invaluable skills for mastering every area of the craft: • Define and refine your characters. • Make your plot and conflict high-energy and intense. • Hone your story's point of view. • Create a rich setting and backstory. • Craft dialogue that rings true. • Select the right words and descriptions throughout your story. • Revise your story to perfection. Throughout you'll find supplemental sections that cover special topics like getting started, beating writer's block, researching your work, and getting published. They'll help you integrate your skills into a balanced, productive, and fulfilling career. Whether you're writing flash fiction, a short story, a novel, or an epic trilogy, you'll come away with the tools you need for strong and effective storytelling.
Category: Reference


Author : Vikas Gopal Jhingran
ISBN : 9788184006056
Genre : Literary Collections
File Size : 82.47 MB
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From being so inept at public speaking that his supervisor wouldn’t let him make presentations to clients—even when he had done all the work—Vikas Jhingran went on to become a championship-winning public speaker who leaves a lasting impact on his audience. Few speakers and presenters understand speeches or presentations at a fundamental level. Most books have an overly prescriptive approach, using the tricks and tools of speech delivery that end up confusing the speech, instead of connecting with the essential part of speaking—that which engages listeners. In Emote, Vikas Jhingran lays bare his unique approach—connecting with his audience on an emotional level, rather than subscribing to a “right” way of speaking—which applies equally to one-on-one conversations, small team settings, and large audiences. His method will show you how to express your ideas clearly, quell your fear of public speaking, calm the sweating, stuttering and jitters that plague people before crucial presentations, and, overall, help you become an effective communicator.
Category: Literary Collections

Qualitative Educational Research

Author : Wendy Luttrell
ISBN : PSU:000067111602
Genre : Education
File Size : 90.4 MB
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A comprehensive anthology that helps deepen students' thinking about their qualitative research purposes, questions, and decision-making.
Category: Education


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ISBN : UOM:39015005197606
Genre : Language and languages
File Size : 87.82 MB
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Category: Language and languages

Ambiguous Empowerment

Author : Susan E. Chase
ISBN : UOM:39015033976278
Genre : Education
File Size : 79.94 MB
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This work examines the contradictory experiences of power and subjection as experienced by women school superintendants. It draws on interviews with professional women of various ethnic and racial backgrounds heading schools in rural, small-town and urban districts across the United States.
Category: Education