” —Beck Gambill, writer“Joe Bunting presents a well-organized, thoughtful guide filled with tips that all writers will find useful.” —Elizabeth S. Lakin, author, writing coach, livewritethrive.com“Joe’s book is both a manifesto and manual for cultivating a solid body of work.
Craig, bestselling author, Mystery Writing is Murder“If I were alive, I would read this book.” —Ernest Hemingway, author“Makes me want to start a new story right now!
Dive into them and you’ll unlock a captivating story.
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And the feedback I got not only helped me see I had a promising idea, I got more ideas from members of the community about how to make the story even better.
As I wrote the story, I was more confident because of the feedback I had gotten, and when I finished, the story turned great.
I’ll be there ready to check it out.“This book is an excellent primer for those wondering where to start developing their writing talent.
Painless and simple, let Joe’s book walk you through the world of the short story and motivate you to pen a weekly tale, teaching you to take baby steps then more as you become a writer of substance. Hope Clark, and author“We all need a good kick in the pants once in a while!
Here are the short story ideas: To be a writer, said Stephen King, “The only requirement is the ability to remember every scar.”Good writers don’t cover up their wounds, they glorify them.
Think for a few moments about a moment in your life when you were wounded, whether physically or emotionally.