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Bestselling author David Farland has taught dozens of writers who have gone on to staggering literary success, including such #1 New York Times Bestsellers as Brandon Mull (Fablehaven), Brandon Sanderson (Wheel of Time), James Dashner (The Maze Runner) and Stephenie Meyer (Twilight).
In this book, Dave teaches how to analyze an audience and outline a novel so that it can appeal to a wide readership, giving it the potential to become a bestseller. The secrets found in his unconventional approach will help you understand why so many of his authors go on to prominence.

Sobre o Autor

David Farland is an award-winning, New York Times Bestselling Author with over 50 novels in print. He has won the Philip K. Dick Memorial Special Award for "Best Novel in the English Language" for his science fiction novel "On My Way to Paradise," and has won the Whitney Award for "Best Novel of the Year" for his historical novel "In the Company of Angels," and he has won the International Book Award for "best young adult novel of the year" for his fantasy thriller "Nightingale."

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  • Número de páginas: 270 páginas
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  • Editora: WordFire Press (22 de junho de 2014)
  • Vendido por: Amazon Servicos de Varejo do Brasil Ltda
  • Idioma: Inglês
  • ASIN: B00L7UT850
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Amazon.com: 4.5 de 5 estrelas 132 avaliações
Esta avaliação foi considerada útil por 51 de 52 pessoa(s):
5.0 de 5 estrelas One of the best books on how to design a novel I've ever read 28 de fevereiro de 2013
Por B. Johnston - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: eBook Kindle Compra verificada
I took David's "Million Dollar Outlines" workshop (this book contains the material he teaches) and it was a huge eye-opener. David isn't just teaching how to outline the story you've already come up with--he's explaining how you design a world, characters, and a story for maximum emotional impact on your target audience. He shows you how to use the various emotional draws to appeal to your target reader, how to create a plot with depth by staggering try-fail cycles, how to create a fascinating setting that sucks readers in, and so much more.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas That One-Percent Difference 11 de fevereiro de 2013
Por Sam Reeves - Publicada na Amazon.com
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I opened this book expecting to find something like, "Now that you have read the first chapter, here are some fun exercises for you to try." Didn't find that. This book is geared to change your perspective on writing. I can't help but think that these are the things professional, bestselling authors do, the things that talent compels them to do unconsciously and results in something better than they can explain.
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4.0 de 5 estrelas Content Missing in Paperback that is in Audible 14 de janeiro de 2016
Por Amazon Customer - Publicada na Amazon.com
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I first bought the Audible version, since I have so little time to read. After getting through a third of the book, I realized that a lot of my defects as a writer were being addressed in this book. I ordered the paperback so that I could highlight and make notes. Today I got to the last chapter. There is a sample plot outline in the Audible version that was gold. I went looking in the paperback and found that it was missing. I think it's a couple pages of content at least. Not that pages were missing, the entire section is omitted from the copy. The section before and after follow in natural sequence as if that outline was not there.

The images in the paperback are not 300dpi quality images. They appear to be web version (72dpi), which detracts from the content somewhat.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas It's must read if you are serious about being reminded of 30 de dezembro de 2014
Por Michael Beverly - Publicada na Amazon.com
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all the types of things that make a story great and long lasting and universal.

If you are writing a series in a specific genre of fiction, this book might not bring anything new to the table, but the over all explanations are universal and helpful and I got a lot out of reading this.

I have just finished reading Story Engineering this morning for the third time this year, it's been immensely helpful. I highly recommend that work if you are looking for a nuts and bolts type of book to help with how to manufacture a story, how to outline, build, plan, etc.

This book helps with understanding what types of stories people enjoy, time and time again and universally. It's important not because we need another Star Wars or Titanic but because if you want to appeal to the biggest possible audience, it's helpful to have someone that's an expert in the industry explain what the components are that make this happen.

I heard about this book from listening to a podcast in which David was interviewed, the Creative Penn, which I also give a huge recommendation for, this author is the creator of that podcast: Business for Authors: How to be an Author Entrepreneur, I've gained a lot of knowledge from listening to her show.

This book has some lists in it which I find very helpful, David lists out the top grossing movies of all time and explains what they have in common. Of course that doesn't mean you have to write a novel that is an epic thriller set on a distant world, what it does show is some commonality in the most popular stories that people love and read/watch over and over again.

That list and the commentary was, in itself, worth buying and reading the book.

One final note, the book has some exerts and commentary from a story meeting between Lucas, Spielberg and the screen writer who they choose to write Indiana Jones. This was gold for me. To see the act of brainstorming written out in a way that allowed me to see how I can do the same thing (with myself or with another artist) was another aha moment in which I felt the book would have been worth my time and effort just for that in itself.

Now, speaking of doing things myself...

David is a Mormon (he points this out in the book) and in one of the examples of giving a protagonist dark things to over come, he mentions that you could have a teenager that suffers with a masturbation problem.

Then he goes on to say that some teenagers never masturbate and would never even consider such a horrible thing, you know, but they could still identify with someone as a protagonist even if they had this nasty habit.


That was an odd example and I'm very curious about the world he grew up in that he could even imagine that teenagers exist that don't masturbate. Yeah, maybe some very damaged ones, but it seems they'd be the ones needing to overcome a dark problem, not the other way around.

Anyway, I bring this up because one of the interesting things about the book was the injection of some of his own personal backstory, his grandfather was a mobster and his father was very damaged because of it and he tells other dark things in his family, like a suicide, which help him explain how real life and story interact in our emotions and such.

His personal examples helped the book, so I liked that.

I definitely recommend it.
5.0 de 5 estrelas Great writing advice, soured for me by an unpleasant example 16 de maio de 2017
Por JamesOsiris - Publicada na Amazon.com
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I cannot fault the writing and marketing advice in this book: as someone who has read a lot of books on the craft of writing and written one, Farland's content is excellent, nuanced, and engaging. I learned things here I haven't learned from any other book. The section on greelighting is particularly useful.

However, the way he talks about transgendered people during one of his character conflict examples set my teeth on edge. It was nothing short of disturbing - the word 'freak' is used liberally - and continues the grand tradition of stereotyping and stigmatizing trans women. I'm not the sort of person to downvote an otherwise quality book based on this kind of content, so it's still a 5-star review, but I nearly had to put it down over the 'Brett' example.

Mr. Farland, you are an expert on writing, but you may wish to speak with more trans people besides the ones you met while working in prison. Most of us are perfectly happy with our transitions and confident in our bodies. The more common, more powerful conflict is how we are treated by others for daring to take the journey.
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