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Proven Strategies To Grow Your Business by Photius D. Mata
Why should you invest time to read this guide?
My promise to you is that this short guide has a big ROI (Return On Investment) and each moment spent reading it, will bring you multiple times the benefit by implementing simple yet effective strategies.
Think about it like a small domino that falls into a bigger domino and with its turn that domino falls into an even bigger domino and in the end you have this huge domino falling. But everything started by that small first domino.
Education & Teaching
Exclusive A~Z Writers’ Character Quirks by Paula Wynne
When you write a novel, the first thing to learn is how to create fictional characters, from heroes and heroines, to baddies and villains and other minor characters. Without a compelling character you don’t have a story! Whether they will be an animated object, toy or animal, a monster, alien or fantasy fabrication or real human beings, they need to be fully developed with emotions, flaws, hurts and habits or quirks.
One of the hardest and most satisfying parts of writing is making your characters fully alive so your readers can recognise them, visualise them, believe in them and care about them. And worry about them so much that they keep turning the pages to see what happens to the character and how they cope with the plots twists thrown at them.
Of course, this requires careful use of story events, flashbacks, memories and dialogue. Along with disorders, traits, past hurts and personality flaws, it’s also helpful to flesh characters out with distinctive quirks and habits to make them memorable and distinctive.
Quirks and habits serve several purposes in fiction. Inside, bestselling author of Pimp My Fiction, Paula Wynne explains a few major uses for character habits and quirks:
- Bringing Characters to Life with Quirks and Habits
- Identifying Characters
- Defining Character
- Creating Conflict
- Habits and Quirk Shifts
As part of the Writers’ Resource Series, the A~Z of Writers’s Character Quirks will give you a long list of Behaviors, Foibles, Habits, Mannerisms & Quirks in easy to find alphabetical order to help you create memorable fictional characters.
52 Ways to Overcome Fear by Annalie Coetzer
Compact guide with 52 tips anyone can use to overcome fear and improve confidence.
Getting through fear is one of the skills that anyone can learn. Take action and implement as many as you need of the 52 tips discussed in this book. To identify and acknowledge that fear is affecting you in your life, is the first step towards overcoming any fear. Once you put a fear back of you, you will gain a big boost to your confidence that will take you to the next level.
In this book you will learn:
- 52 Ways to Overcome FEAR & Improve Your Confidence.
- Positive Self-Talk Opposed to Negativity
It is your choice to either live your life being afraid all the time and unhappy, or you can deal with your fears and reach for your dreams.
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