Wednesday, July 19, 2017

How to Write A Thriller Readers Crave

Dear Readers,

Thrillers are popular. Publishing companies are asking for them. Agents are demanding them. they're in demand for TV and movies. If you have some money to spare I suggest signing up for the following course. It has helped the writers I've worked with.

Writer's Digest University
Writing the Thriller Novel
Write the Thriller that Readers Crave
Readers today want fast-moving intense drama, filled with character conflict that grabs their attention and holds it from the first sentence to the last. In this course you will examine the structural elements that create a successful thriller, learn how to build compelling conflict and suspense into your story, find out what helps a story engage a reader, and much more.
• Intermediate to advanced writers
• Writers who want to write thrillers
• Writers of any genre who want to create a page-turning experience for readers
• Character-driven writers who would like to put more tension into their work
• Learn how to create a structure that builds on itself and pulls the reader along
• Learn how to build whatever type of scene you need to complete your novel
• Learn the subtleties of viewpoint, along with the benefits of journaling
• And much more!
"This course put me on track for writing a great thriller. Glad I took the class." - AB

"The course instruction was easy to process and to incorporate into the assignments. I learned a lot in the brief six weeks to complete. The instructor's personal feedback was the critical key." - JB
William Bernhardt
William Bernhardt
is the bestselling author of more than forty books, including the blockbuster Ben Kincaid series of novels, the historical novel Nemesis: The Final Case of Eliot Ness, currently being adapted into an NBC miniseries, a book of poetry (The White Bird), and a series of books on fiction writing.

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