Writer's Sidekick / May 15, 2015

Characters make the book interesting. In your day to day life you will see many people around you. Some you will find very interesting and will want to give them a place in your novel. Have fun with your characters. Make your leading man a weak man. Make your leading women a strong woman. Break from convention and make your characters break every cliche there is. Cowboys are always tall, handsome, rugged, and well built. Change him to a short, stocky, funny man with a mole on his left cheek. How about your nurse? Instead of a slim, blonde, very pretty woman, how about making him into a tall blond, with muscles for days and a very masculine voice that goes with his spiky haircut. Use Writer’s Sidekick for Novels  First Name Last Name AKA Based on Role Age Sex Eyes Hair Physique Language Positive CharacteristicsNegative Characteristics Notes

for Names
Writer's Sidekick / April 10, 2015

We all have names. Our names have unique meanings that are important to those who gave them to us. A name represents more than life, it represents a deep meaning to the person carrying it. Your characters are also defined by the name you give them. Names are what gives your character’s character. They define your protagonist and your antagonist. The name you give a character will ultimately define them through the entire story and be either memorable or forgotten by your readers. Readers remember names that are rare, exotic, and memorable. This notebook will help you keep track of your character’s names and in what story they were written for. You no longer have to repeat a name. Amazon

for Critique
Writer's Sidekick / April 5, 2015

The Writer’s Sidekick for Critique, is designed to help you with critiquing your work. Take this book with you to a critique group or follow one on-line and use it to take summary notes of your fellow writers’ advice and critique. For each chapter you might have more than one person do a critique, you summarize all of their critiques into one detailed note for easy reference. Work your way through each chapter and perfect them. Each chapter section covers plot, theme, pacing, point of view, characters, description in your writing, and settings. Amazon

for Novel
Writer's Sidekick / April 5, 2015

 The Writer’s Sidekick for NovelsAs a writer, do you struggle to get yourself organized when writing a story? Do you start with a character and by chapter four he became a she and with a different name altogether? Maybe at the beginning of your story, your heroine has blue eyes and has one name, at the end of the story she becomes a hero, with the same name, just different sex. Do you find some of your stories have the location as a town and in later chapters a city in a different country?   Have you noticed that you employ more time and efforts looking for notes that you have written on napkins, in notebooks or hiding under your bed? You have had enough of wasting time looking for information that you already took notes on.   Writer’s Sidekick for Novels Amazon

Writer's Sidekick / April 1, 2015

“HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR STORY AND GET IT READY TO PUBLISH” What’s worse than losing your mind? Losing the notes that you painstakingly took for your next story. You know that what you wrote would be a great scene and you can’t find it. You might have left it on a sticky note, a napkin, maybe you left it inside another book. Now there’s a solution to that problem. Writer’s Sidekick, The Perfect Notebook for Writers. Whether you’re starting a new story, or an anthology, or a memoir, we have a notebook for your needs. Once your book project is complete you are ready to self-publish, send out to a publishing house and market your book. “Where are my notes?” That has been the most asked question I have asked myself over the years. I could never find them. They were everywhere. I had written notes on, Napkins Table covers Notebooks “Why not have everything in one place, and each notebook is consistent?”  Everything for one project was in one place and consistent. No more looking under the bed for an envelope. No more looking inside other books for notes. No more lost ideas. Keeping an organized notebook, and an organized desk, you write…

Writer's Sidekick / January 29, 2015

Write out a quick overview of your story. Only cover the basics, this will help you with your synopsis that is later in the book. Now you are going to start to give your story form.

Free Writing
Writer's Sidekick / January 27, 2015

Start by free writing your idea. Get it all out of your system. Do not worry about title, concept, plot, theme, characters, names, ages, settings, items, time, grammar, punctuation, or anything else that can stop your flow. Write, write, and write.

Writer's Sidekick / January 25, 2015

How long does it take to write a book? It depends on you. You are the one in charge. Start by filling in the dates as you go through the writing process. This helps in determining how long it takes for each work of literature. You will see how in a short time you created a great work of literature.

Know your audience
Writer's Sidekick / June 18, 2014

You need to know who your readers are. Without this information you will have a hard time reaching out to them. Remember that in writing you need to know your readers in order to engage them and keep bringing them back to read your blog and to your website. If you write about pets and your pet is a dog. You’re audience is more than likely be dog owners, breeders, or people who are interested in getting a dog as a pet. This is a good way for them to get information about dogs and there care. Maybe you write about a world you created and you wrote a book. A good marketing plan is to have the blog go into more detail, or expand in your own world. Look at Star Wars. A poetry book is fun to write about. Go into detail on why you wrote the poems. The audience make your blog a success, make sure you get the right audience.

Blog About It
Writer's Sidekick / June 11, 2014

Blog your thoughts, ideas, stories, articles, and let the world know you have a voice. This is your Blog Notebook, use it well.Don’t forget. Blog about it..The Blog should bring people to your website. The Writer’s Sidekick Blog Notebook was written with you in mind. It is broken down in sections for easy guidance and reference. Weather you’re new at blogging or an expert blogger, this notebook is for you.You start by identifying your subject., identify your readers, give your blog a name, set up, blog and even make money with the affiliate network.This notebook is designed to help you achieve your goal of posting a blog at least twice a week for 1 year.

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