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Learn how to successfully write, edit, publish and launch your book today from proven leaders and great writers.


Discover the latest tips, tools, and tricks publishing independently, traditionally or as a hybrid publisher.


Listen to our carefully selected, knowledge-based interviews with the leading writing-industry experts. We’ll provide insight and up-to-date guidance in the ever-evolving world of publishing so that you know how to plan, what to do, and where to get help when you need it.


Plus, you get honest reviews of the various writing tools, apps, plugins, and services which can help (or hinder!) you to publish successfully!


Regardless if you write fiction, nonfiction, copy, or research, you will find a golden nugget here that will help you succeed. You simply don’t know what you don’t know.

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Learn how to successfully write, edit, publish and launch your book today from proven leaders and great writers.


Discover the latest tips, tools, and tricks publishing independently, traditionally or as a hybrid publisher.


Listen to our carefully selected, knowledge-based interviews with the leading writing-industry experts. We’ll provide insight and up-to-date guidance in the ever-evolving world of publishing so that you know how to plan, what to do, and where to get help when you need it.


Plus, you get honest reviews of the various writing tools, apps, plugins, and services which can help (or hinder!) you to publish successfully!


Regardless if you write fiction, nonfiction, copy, or research, you will find a golden nugget here that will help you succeed. You simply don’t know what you don’t know.

    Objects of Fiction Writing with Kristina Stanley

    Objects of Fiction Writing with Kristina Stanley

    Whether you’re a fiction writer or professional editor, this series is for you!


    Watch a film without props or a backdrop, and you'd probably get confused or bored. You'd be watching actors on an empty stage, which would make it harder to believe what they're trying to portray. Is your client using objects effectively? 


    Discover how to use the element "Objects" in a fiction story and learn how you can improve your writing now.


    PS. Follow us on YouTube to get the full 38 Story Elements Educational Series. We release a new episode each week! 


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    • 6 min
    Timing with Kristina Stanley

    Timing with Kristina Stanley

    Whether you’re a fiction writer or professional editor, this series is for you!


    The quicker the reader catches on to the timing, the quicker they’ll be drawn into the scene. 


    Discover how to use the element "Timing" in a fiction story and learn how you can improve your writing now.






    PS. 


    Follow us on YouTube to get the full 38 Story Elements Educational Series. We release a new episode each week! 


    You can also watch the video here: https://firstediting.com/Timing-with-Kristina-Stanley


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    • 8 min
    Action Scenes with Kristina Stanley

    Action Scenes with Kristina Stanley

    Whether you’re a fiction writer or professional editor, this series is for you!


    An action scene is where something happens, mostly written via movement and dialogue. A sequel scene is where a character reacts to events in the action scene.


    Discover how to use the element "Action Scenes" in a fiction story and learn how you can improve your writing now.






    PS. 


    Follow us on YouTube to get the full 38 Story Elements Educational Series. We release a new episode each week! 


    Watch the video here.

    • 4 min
    Scene Middle with Kristina Stanley

    Scene Middle with Kristina Stanley

    Whether you’re a fiction writer or professional editor, this series is for you!


    The scene must have an arc. Just like the novel, it will have a beginning, middle, and end. Check what happens in the middle that drives the plot forward, develops characters, or creates tension.


    Discover how to use the element "Scene Middle" in a fiction story and learn how you can improve your writing now.






    PS. 


    Follow us on YouTube to get the full 38 Story Elements Educational Series. We release a new episode each week! 


    You can also watch the video here: https://firstediting.com/Scene-Middle-with-Kristina-Stanley

    • 4 min
    Flashbacks with Kristina Stanley

    Flashbacks with Kristina Stanley

    Whether you’re a fiction writer or professional editor, this series is for you!


    A flashback takes the reader from the current time to a previous time. This usually happens quickly, and then they are returned to the present. A flashback is written as an active scene.


    Discover how to use the element "Flashbacks" in a fiction story and learn how you can improve your writing now.


    PS.


    Follow us on YouTube to get the full 38 Story Elements Educational Series. We release a new episode each week!


    You can also watch the video here: https://firstediting.com/Flashbacks-with-Kristina-Stanley


    Or download the audio version here: https://publishing-power.com/Flashbacks-with-Kristina-Stanley

    • 4 min
    Backstory Different From Revelation with Kristina Stanley

    Backstory Different From Revelation with Kristina Stanley

    Whether you’re a fiction writer or professional editor, this series is for you!


    Backstory is the story that happens before the novel begins. Sometimes during the story, the reader needs to be informed of something that happened earlier in the life of a character. The biggest risk with backstory is offering too much too soon.


    Discover how to use the element "Backstory Different From Revelation" in a fiction story and learn how you can improve your writing now.


    PS. 


    Follow us on YouTube to get the full 38 Story Elements Educational Series. We release a new episode each week! 


    You can watch the full episode here.

    • 5 min

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