We’ve helped dozens of authors pursue their dreams into print. But sometimes what goes around comes around. Here are five books that have our name on it.
Three drafts: that’s all you need.
Finish Your Book in Three Drafts is for outliners who meticulously script every writing session and pantsers who pilot solely by feel. It will help you get past fear, doubt, and confusion that can pit you against writer’s block. Because you don’t want to be writing the same book for the rest of your life.
You can Finish Your Book in Three Drafts provided you approach each draft in the right spirit, and know what action steps to take between drafts.
The nickname for this book is “3D” because it contains nine stop-motion videos that bring the concepts to life through the use of action figures, and nine PDFs for when you want more detailed information and instructions.
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“Book Architecture may go down in history as the device that propelled the craft of fiction novel writing to a new plateau.”~ Frank Kresen
Book Architecture introduces three tools: the arc, the grid, and the target to create a plot and outline for works of fiction, film and TV, or creative nonfiction.
You can use these tools before you begin writing or after you have completed an entire draft. Book Architecture also offers detailed, concrete examples that reveal how this method works with everything from literary classics and children’s books to blockbuster films.
If you are looking for the detailed transcription of Joseph Heller’s series grid for Catch-22, click here.
Some believe there is no single method by which a literary work can be created and revised. We disagree.
If you are revising a novel or a work of narrative non-fiction, you may be wondering, “Where is the book that tells me how to do this?” Well, we’ve written it!
Blueprint Your Bestseller was named one of the year’s best books about writing by The Writer Magazine, and is now in its fourth printing.
Doris Buffett always believed there is a simple way to make the world a kinder, more compassionate, and more beautiful place. Her relentless pursuit of providing a hand up to those who had nowhere else to turn is the heart and soul of the Letters Foundation.
In Letters to Doris, two dozen foundation grant recipients tell their stories as people and families who have fallen on hard times, and detail the Letters Foundation’s efforts to match them with resources to help address whatever challenge they face.
This effort can be difficult, sometimes messy, and a constant reminder of the limitations to truly changing someone else’s circumstances. At the same time, the stories contained in this book present a slice of the beautiful, heartwarming, and selfless community that Doris created with the Letters Foundation.
When a person first receives a cancer diagnosis, their first thought is often, ”Why me?” The remarkable men and women featured in The Unexpected Gift have turned that question into ”Why not me?”
These heroes come from diverse backgrounds, cultures, ages; their types and stages of cancer likewise vary widely. But what these spokespeople share is the desire to inspire us, in direct and nontechnical language, to experience adversity as an opportunity.
The Unexpected Gift explores themes such as the importance of sharing the cancer experience with one’s community, the preciousness of life, positive personality traits that can emerge or develop in times of trial, the deepening of faith, a new stewardship of one’s physical wellness, and the necessity of perseverance.
Together, these voices create a complex and powerful portrait of courage, resiliency, and the meaning of survivorship.