Write This Way by Suzanne Hartmann
Posted by Jennifer Slattery
|Suzanne Hartmann is the author of The Race that Lies Before Us, coming from Oak Tara in 2012 and Write This Way: Take Your Writing to a New Level, a blueprint for writing a novel for the novice and a revising resource for the veteran author. She is a consulting editor for Port Yonder Press and resides with her family in the St. Louis metro-east area. Suzanne operates Fiction With A Twist (website) and Write This Way (blog) to offer resources on the craft of writing.Today, I want to highlight her craft-how-to, Write This Way:a blueprint for writing a novel.
Write This Way guides new authors through a forest of grammatical rules, stylistic guidelines, and story structure as they write, and helps them polish their novel until it shines. It is a handy, easy-to-use resource for grammatical and stylistic rules and guidelines–perfect for both veterans and new authors to keep on hand while crafting their next novel. Write This Way leads new authors through the forest of grammatical rules, stylistic guidelines, and story structure as they write and help them polish their novel to the point where it is ready to show to agents and editors.
What Others Have to Say:
Suzanne Hartmann has been a true God-send. With her help, my first novel became a sure-fire bestseller and two years later is consistently a Top-Rated book on Amazon. Sure, my story compels people, but if it weren’t for Suzanne’s help before publication, I am sure my novels would never have reached the bookstore. Suzanne not only critiqued my work, but she taught me how to see and fix my own errors! I recommend her to everyone who writes, and I am 100% confident that she can help you, too. ~ Ellen C. Maze, owner of The Author’s Mentor Author of Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider and The Judging.
This brilliant little e-book offers the foundational elements of novel writing in a fun, easy-to-read list format that breaks down the information into bite-size pieces. It’s a fast read that’s sure to have novelists walking away ready and able to apply these important principles to their own work. ~ K.M. Weiland – Author of Crafting Unforgettable Characters, as well as several historical novels
Join us tomorrow when I chat with Suzanne about her novel and novel-writing.