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PERFECT Stories as we Discover:

"The Art of Story"
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Rob doesn't speculate on writing. Rob knows what writing IS, and it shows at every word he writes. Most importantly, Rob can describe in simple words the real process of writing in a way that makes it replicable by others that don't have his solid background.

I owe Rob the sense of control that I enjoy when I
work on my stories at any stage of their development.

Leonardo Clerici - Long Time Writing Blogger.

Take Control of Your Fiction
Let Me Show You How.

 Dear Fellow Writer,

 Rob Parnell here. Let me ask you:

 What do you think makes for a great story?

 Can the process of writing a great story be broken down into simple  components - that can be taught?

 They say the craft of writing can be learned - but not genius.

 I disagree. My philosophy has always been that the more we write, the
 better we get. And that perceived genius is a mere by-product of
 consistent, directed action towards the goal of perfection.

 It is only critics (who probably can't write fiction anyway) that believe that  genius is somehow 'bestowed' upon the lucky few. Tosh!

You Can Write a Work of Genius!

 My brand new writing course will teach you:

* The techniques employed by all great fiction writers

     * The simple secret of apparent genius

     * How to design compelling novels and short stories

     * How to totally win over editors and publishers

     * How to ensure long term fiction writing success.



This ground-breaking new e-course STARTS NOW
And extends over 4 weekly PDF modules:

Actual Testimonial Received Recently:

...The Art of Story is wondrous, and full of bolts of clarity. 

I learned more about fiction in these pages than in several
courses I have taken along the way, including Robert
McKee's three-day Story Workshop.

Kalinda Rose Stevenson PhD -

Module One: "Theme, Purpose and Perspective"

First, we examine the mechanics of story form. We look at which forms are appropriate for your own stories - with tips on how best to achieve excellent and compelling results.

We will also examine writing disciplines for short, medium and longer works. Plus, how different genres require differing approaches.

Module Two: "Story Essence and Idea Development"  

Here we look at practical issues. How to develop characters and their agendas into plot. We study point of view and the narrator's perspective. How to plan and brainstorm ideas to find the heart and soul of your story.

We analyse structure versus content, consider style, tone and sensory density. We ask, what's the difference being literary fiction and commercial storytelling - and which is your speciality?

Module Three: "Construction and Meaning, Practical Tips"

Still on the practicalities of writing, we examine literary techiques: the use of words as tools or descriptors. How lack of distance between the reader and the writer is achieved. We look also at creating character empathy, the use of imagery, and conveying meaning through metaphor and the use of simile.

Crucial info on the elements of story. The effective stringing together of story 'beats' like scenes, events and transitions. How to pace and build intensity from the beginning, through the middle, to a satisfactory and climactic end. 

Tips on how you can vary dialogue - advice on internal dialogue and how to convey the inner journey of the characters without the use of exposition. Also, show don't tell - and when this is inappropriate.

Module Four: "Message and Market Considerations"

Finally, we indulge in a fascinating treatise on inspiration versus method, where we learn about the rhythm and resonance of the author's voice versus the cadence of character. 

We look at market relevance, the importance of objectivity in your message - and your quest for literary immortality.

Throughout the course we will cover writer's motives for telling great stories, plus other more practical issues like how to achieve the writer's mindset, and the use of templates for the effective planning and execution of your stories.

Other topics include establishing convincing timelines, scenarios, creating subplots, foreshadowing, and developing relationships, mystery and suspense.

Plus, as you'd expect from me, a wealth of discussion on originality, integrity,
self belief, inspiration, and maintaining
motivation and commitment to your writing.  

REGISTER for the COURSE NOW and also receive

1. "Character Plot and POV" by Jennifer M Thompson

   The complete book originally written for the Easy Way to Write
    and previously sold through the Writing Academy for $277.

2. "Book Writing for Fun and Profit" by Brian Scott

    Discover how to write and sell books by an acknowledged authority.

3. "Success in the Arts" by Michael Shumate

A fascinating guide to attaining the mindset of a successful
    creative artist, writer or musician.

4. "Finding the Time to Write" by Rob Parnell

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PS: Have you ever wondered why your stories, books and novels are continually rejected?

And have you considered why the majority of my students go on to become published authors?

There's a good reason. 

Simply put, I teach the kind of writing that publishers like and respond to. My techniques are proven. My tuition is second to none.

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  Rob Parnell & The Easy Way to Write 2012