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Novel Writer Posted By : John Halasz

Sun, 28 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0400

A novel writer or novelist is a person who writes a novel -- a long tale of fiction that, unlike a short story, has several subplots that progress along with the core of the plot and culminate to a climax and end. As with many other forms of art, novel writing has existed for centuries. The first novel writers have been traced back to the Indian subcontinent of the 6th or 7th century where Dandin wrote Dashakumaracharita and Banabhatta wrote Kadambari.



Ebook Writing - Choosing Topics, Writing And Selling Ebook Posted By : Dominic Tay

Thu, 04 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0400

There is no doubt that the success of your ebooks will largely depend on your chosen topics. Your chances of making your ebooks best-sellers will dramatically increase if you write about topics that are popular, in-demand, and extremely interesting to your target audience.



How to Write a Good Book Review Posted By : Jamie S Hanson

Wed, 16 Jun 2010 00:00:00 -0400

After publication of a book or at times prior to it book reviews of the particular publication is written by reviewers and published in newspapers/magazines. This is basically done to inform the public about the contents and quality of the book.



Writing A Fiction Book Starts With These Steps Posted By : Laura Linden

Mon, 01 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0500

This helpful article covers the four simple steps that you must follow when you are beginning the process of writing a fiction book. When you're done with these steps, you'll feel clear about what to do and you'll be excited to get started writing your great novel.



To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter Summary - Chapter 11 Posted By : John Halasz

Sat, 06 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0500

The day that follows the previous chapter's event is Jem's 12th birthday. Jem and Scount walk into town to buy something out of his birthday money. They need to pass by the house of Mrs. Dubose to get into town. Mrs. Dubose' house is located at the end of the street. Mrs. Dubose has a nasty attitude and never says any good things about anyone.



Summary of to Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 14 Posted By : John Halasz

Sat, 06 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0500

Jem and Scout become the town's object for staring and whispering people as the trial of the black man Tom Robinson moves on and their father Atticus is his legal defense representative. Scout attempts to find the meaning of rape by asking her father.



To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter Summary - Chapter 23 Posted By : John Halasz

Sat, 06 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0500

Bob Ewell's threat to Atticus worries everyone except Atticus himself. Bob threatens to get back at Atticus for the embarrassment he received during the hearing. Atticus shrugs his shoulders and tells the children that Bob Ewell needs to get the spirit of vengefulness out of his system. He regards the whole thing as an empty threat. Atticus does not expect Bob to make any more trouble, but Aunt Alexandra and the kids cannot help feeling worried.



To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter Summary - Chapter 17 Posted By : John Halasz

Sat, 06 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0500

Judge Taylor presides during the court case and during the first witness interrogation, Atticus finds many holes in the testimony that Tom actually raped Mayella. The sheriff was the first person outside the Ewell family who saw Mayella after the rape incident.



To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter Summary - Chapter 1 Posted By : John Halasz

Sat, 06 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0500

To Kill a Mockingbird is a classic novel by Harper Lee. In chapter 1, Scout Finch, the six-year-old girl narrator of To Kill a Mockingbird, lives during the 1930's near downtown in Maycomb, a small Alabama town, with her father Atticus, brother Jem, and cook Calpurnia.



To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter Summary - Chapter 6 Posted By : John Halasz

Sat, 06 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0500

The children came to conceive the biggest plot for Boo. They decide to go to one of Boo's windows and look inside, despite Atticus's instructions not to do so. Scout tries to stop them from doing it. The two boys tease her for being a girl and even threaten her of sending her home. Scout decides to go along with their plans.



To Kill a Mockingbird Short Summary - Chapter 7 Posted By : John Halasz

Sat, 06 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0500

Jem does not discuss the incident of that night for the whole week. His silence makes Scout wondering about the night's incident. School starts again and Scout discovers the second year is more horrible than the first year of school. Her only consolation is that she gets to walk home with Jem.



To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter Summary - Chapter 2 Posted By : John Halasz

Sat, 06 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0500

This is Scout's first year in school. She has been awaiting this event, but it did not take her long to discover that school does not interest her at all. She was excited to learn at school but lost her interest when her teacher, Miss Caroline Fisher, poorly dealt with the child students -- herself and her pupils.



To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter Summary - Chapter 3 Posted By : John Halasz

Sat, 06 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0500

Scout begins to think that her strained relationship with the teacher is Walter Cunningham's fault. She wastes no time in getting payback and starts tormenting the boy, rubbing his nose in the dirt at the school playground. She only quits tormenting the boy when her brother comes to the boy's rescue. Jem invites Walter to eat lunch at their home, which surprises her so much she nearly falls over. In some regions of the country, some people treat lunch as dinner.



To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter Summary - Chapter 4 Posted By : John Halasz

Sat, 06 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0500

Scout soon realizes that she is a lot smarter than her classmates are and believes she is better educated than her teacher is. She finds the art projects, consists mainly of crayons and construction papers, boring. The boring and slow pace of the school curriculum frustrates her.



Summary of To Kill a Mockingbird Posted By : John Halasz

Sat, 06 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0500

For the first time in Maycomb's history, the town experiences the coldest winter since 1885. The light snowfall makes the school decide to close for a few days, which is a very rare incident that can happen in Maycomb. The events as well as the snow on the ground make Scout think that it is already the end of the world.



To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter Summary - Chapter 27 Posted By : John Halasz

Sat, 06 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0500

Bob Ewell lands a job at the WPA, which is a depression job program. He loses the job a few days after he works on it and blames Atticus for the event. This happens in the mid October. At same time, Judge Taylor hears someone inside the house. He lives alone and knows it is someone prowling the house yard.



To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter Summary - Chapter 18 Posted By : John Halasz

Sat, 06 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0500

The next person for cross-examination is Mayella Ewell whom to the Ewell's standards is a clean 19-year-old girl. Atticus starts the questions and efficiently proves many holes in her testimony. The Tom Robinson's case got the attention of the whole town.



To Kill a Mockingbird Plot Summary Posted By : John Halasz

Sat, 06 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0500

To summarize, the plot includes the adults deciding that Dill will stay at his Aunt Rachel after one week. He now becomes Scout and Jems next-door neighbor. The children are happy with the decision. Heck Tate comes to the Finch house one night with a group of men, as they are relaxing together at the living room.



Short Summary of To Kill a Mockingbird Posted By : John Halasz

Sat, 06 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0500

School is back in session. Jem and Scout find themselves walking past Boo Radley's house again. They feel a little older and no longer feel frightened by the mere mention or sight of the house. Jem is now in the 7th grade and Scout is in the 3rd grade. Scout only sees Jem in the evening. She still wishes to see Boo outside his house.



Book Editing Services Posted By : John Halasz

Thu, 04 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0500

Writing a book is a huge undertaking that will dominate your life and make you feel like you do nothing but translate the thoughts swirling around your brain into words on the page. If you're thinking about writing a book, or have already written a book and are wondering how to take it from manuscript to New York Times best seller, you should know that an essential ingredient in any book writing process is the utilization of book editing services. An editor will help you to polish your prose, and proof read your non-fiction so that readers will never be distracted by errors or omissions.



How to Write a Horror Novel - Writing Horror Posted By : John Halasz

Fri, 29 Jan 2010 00:00:00 -0500

If you are wondering how to write a horror novel you have probably read a horror novel before and it appealed to you. Writing a horror novel can be very challenging. The essence of any horror novel is to create fear in the mind of the reader. The author must be able to use the tools of horror writing to tap into the fear at the back of the reader's mind. A good horror writer should be able to create suspense that will keep the reader at the edge of his or her seat. The reader's fear will be escalated with the inclusion of a few surprises.



How to Write a Novel Fast - Using a Digital Recorder to Record Ideas Posted By : John Halasz

Fri, 29 Jan 2010 00:00:00 -0500

It is a rule in life that doing anything when inspired is a lot easier than on those dull days. The same rule applies to writing. If you have ever attempted to write a novel before, you may have experienced a great deal of inspiration in the beginning and found yourself writing pages upon pages. But as the inspiration waned so did the speed of your production. If you are experiencing this problem and are failing to complete your novels as a result you need to learn how to write a novel fast.



How to Write a Novel Fast - Character Idiosyncrasies Posted By : John Halasz

Fri, 29 Jan 2010 00:00:00 -0500

The creation of a character for your novel is one of the most important parts of preparing for the actual writing of your novel. The characters in your novel have a great deal to do with the success of your novel. The readers of your novel will experience the events of your story through the characters of your book. As you learn how to write a novel fast you must learn how best to develop your character.



How to Write a Novel in 30 Days Posted By : John Halasz

Fri, 29 Jan 2010 00:00:00 -0500

It may seem impossible to write a novel in 30 days but that is not the case. In order for you to complete your novel within this time there are 2 main tips to keep in mind. Below is information on how to write a novel in 30 days.



Non-fiction Book Editing: 4 Key Principles to Clean the Word Clutter Posted By : Brian Scott

Mon, 28 Dec 2009 00:00:00 -0500

Book editing can be a grueling, boring process. If you are not used to critiquing your own work, then you may pass over errors without realizing it. Editing is important to produce quality work. Learning the basic principles to organize and condense your manuscript can save your book's reputation -- not to mention your own as the book author.