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From Harry Potter to The Hunger Games to Twilight - writing for the younger crowd can bring big rewards.
Learn how to do it from award-winning Scholastic editor Cheryl Klein.
And by the way: Most of the lessons and principles in this book apply to *all* narrative craft although the chief focus is writing for young adults and children.
on August 20, 2012
in Inciting Events, Podcast Episodes, Story Beginnings, What Happens in Your Story? (Plot)
Cheryl and James talk about inciting events as well as how good storytelling is more like a striptease and less like a visit to a nude beach.
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[…] CHERYL KLEIN – Cheryl talks with her guests about all types of writing but some of the advice is still relevant to writers of children’s books. EG: Consider when does your next scene start? How long after the last? In your first chapters include protagonist, conflict and adventure. […]
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