Books Similar to The Magic Words: Writing Great Books for Children and Young Adults

Are you interested in finding books similar to The Magic Words: Writing Great Books for Children and Young Adults by Cheryl Klein? The Magic Words: Writing Great Books for Children and Young Adults can best be described as follows: This master class in writing childrens and young adult novels will teach you everything you need to know to write and publish a great book. The best childrens and young adult novels take readers on wonderful outward adventures and stirring inward journeys..

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Books Similar to The Magic Words: Writing Great Books for Children and Young Adults

1. Second Sight: An Editor’s Talks on Writing, Revising, and Publishing Books for Children and Young Adults by author Cheryl B. Klein.
Description: Whether you dream of writing a book for children or young adults, or you want to take a finished manuscript to the next level, it always helps to get a fresh point of view. Try a little Second Sight.

2. Story Genius: How to Use Brain Science to Go Beyond Outlining and Write a Riveting Novel (Before You Waste Three Years Writing 327 Pages That Go Nowhere) by author Lisa Cron.
Description: Following on the heels of Lisa Cron’s breakout first book, Wired for Story, this writing guide reveals how to use cognitive storytelling strategies to build a scene-by-scene blueprint for a riveting story. Its every novelists greatest fear: pouring their blood, sweat, and tears into writing hundreds of pages only to realize that their story has no sense of urgency, no internal logic, and so is a page one rewrite.

3. Writing Irresistible Kidlit: The Ultimate Guide to Crafting Fiction for Young Adult and Middle Grade Readers by author Mary Kole.
Description: Captivate the hearts and minds of young adult readers!Writing for young adult (YA) and middle grade (MG) audiences isn’t just ‘kid’s stuff’ anymore–it’s kidlit! The YA and MG book markets are healthier and more robust than ever, and that means the competition is fiercer, too. In Writing Irresistible Kidlit, literary agent Mary Kole shares her expertise on writing novels for young adult and middle grade readers and teaches you how to:Recognize the differences between middle grade and young adult audiences and how it impacts your writing.

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