This is perhaps the hardest part of writing. We deal mostly with fiction in this video, but if you write nonfiction, your main goal should be to pinpoint a problem and solve it. The solution to your problem should be achievable by your target audience. If you can do this, then the people you help will want to tell other people in similar circumstances. In other words, word of mouth will do its magic.
In fiction, however, the rules different. The goal of fiction is to entertain. So below, Janet Syas Nitsick and I share tips on how to write a compelling story.
I’ll sum up our points below for your convenience. Okay, I added some more ideas as I was listening to the video. So consider the stuff below a bonus. 😉
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