By Rachel Randall
THE top source for buying YOUR FICTION PUBLISHED
Novel & brief tale Writer's industry 2016 is the one source you must get your brief tales, novellas, and novels released. As with previous versions, Novel & brief tale Writer's Market bargains hundreds and hundreds of listings for e-book publishers, literary brokers, fiction guides, contests, and extra. each one directory contains touch details, submission guidance, and different crucial tips.
This variation contains articles and interviews on all features of the writing life:
- Learn easy methods to free up personality motivations to force your tale forward.
- Imbue your fiction with a special, memorable voice.
- Revise and varnish your novels and brief tales for winning submission.
- Gain perception from best-selling authors Chris Bohjalian, John Sandford, Lisa Scottoline, and more.
You'll additionally achieve entry to a one-year subscription to WritersMarket.com's searchable on-line database of fiction publishers,* in addition to a unfastened electronic obtain of Writer's Yearbook, that includes the a hundred most sensible Markets: WritersDigest.com/WritersDigest-Yearbook-15.
+ comprises particular entry to the webinar "The 3 lacking items of lovely tale constitution" by way of writing teacher and best-selling writer K.M. Weiland
*Please observe: The booklet model of this identify doesn't contain a one-year subscription to WritersMarket.com.
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Secondary character motives are best when interwoven with the main characters’ motive. For example: Ted’s motive is to get a Truffula tree to please Audrey. The Once-ler’s motive is to put the last Truffula seed into the hands of someone who cares for the trees. Audrey, being an environmentalist, wants to see a real live Truffula tree. And Mr. O’Hare wants to destroy Truffula trees since they compromise his bottled oxygen business. Some motives are stronger than others, but every character in this story has a specific goal, and their reasons intertwine with the protagonist’s and help to move the story toward the climactic ending, where we find out if the main character gets what he was after.
What would your protagonist reveal about himself when he’s alone? Monologue and true thoughts Talking to animals or pets Writing in journals or jotting down notes Secrets, aspirations, dreams Denial, regrets, guilt, grievances Fears, flaws, weaknesses How It’s Said (or Not Said) What your protagonist represses, refuses to say, or rephrases can be used to hint at motive, especially an ulterior motive. Use this device with a narrator or the point-of-view character. SCENE AND MOTIVE Questions about whether the character gets what she’s searching for should be introduced throughout the entire story and through each scene.
A character with a reason to do what she does makes her more three-dimensional, more believable. It brings her and the story to life. Secondary character motives are best when interwoven with the main characters’ motive. For example: Ted’s motive is to get a Truffula tree to please Audrey. The Once-ler’s motive is to put the last Truffula seed into the hands of someone who cares for the trees. Audrey, being an environmentalist, wants to see a real live Truffula tree. And Mr. O’Hare wants to destroy Truffula trees since they compromise his bottled oxygen business.