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Mystery Novels As E-books By: jessiedevons | Oct 25th 2013 – Most of the popular mystery novels deal with very interesting as well as highly exciting subjects such as new experiments in genetics, exploring the thrill factor in the evolution of man etc. Tags: Things That Make The Best Dystopian Novels Compelling By: Steve Smith | Aug 18th 2013 – tories grab readers for so many reasons. And normally, they do not fit any sort of mold. Here are some of the things which compel readers to get involved in a book and make the best dystopian novels compelling and not to put it down. Tags: Mystery Novels Do You Know What Are They? By: jessiedevons | Jan 16th 2013 – Mystery novels have imaginary contents that can be classified under the genre of mystery and the content typically revolve around a crime scene or several crime scenes. Tags: The Old Gods Revealed Up In The Official Novels Of The Up-date Series By: wangbaobao1 | Oct 1st 2012 – The old gods revealed up in the official novels of the Up-date series Tags: Southern Gothic Literature & Novels By: Sarah Plemmons | Aug 25th 2012 – Southern Gothic literature is undoubtedly a United States subgenre of the Gothic type, which happens to be most likely many known back to you via the particular Brontë sisters of Victorian Britain. Tags: Europe Historical Romance Novels Online: How To Find Them Easily By: Michelle A Jones | Aug 4th 2012 – There is something powerful and romantic about Europe historical romance novels that captures your hearts. The slow yet passionate story of how two people bloom into a deep loving connection in the older days takes you to travel back in time. Find out more… Tags: How To Write Novels: The Basics By: James Marinero | Jan 24th 2012 – Here are my starting out tips to help you along the way writing books. Many professionals will say that attending creative writing courses will help. Maybe. There are alternatives… Tags: Secrets Of The Best Spy Novels By: James Marinero | Jan 20th 2012 – Many of the best thrillers are so-called espionage novels. Duplicity, fieldcraft, agent recruitment – these are only some elements of the best in the genre. What are the secrets of the best espionage novels? Tags: Why Is Location Research For Spy Novels Important? By: James Marinero | Jan 19th 2012 – Location research, ideally on-the-spot, is mandatory if an writer of spy novels (or other thrillers for that matter) is to capture the atmosphere of a location and write convincingly as the plot evolves and the atmosphere is created. Tags: Thriller Novels: Where Does The Thrill? Come From By: James Marinero | Jan 18th 2012 – The best thriller novels have supplied tantalising suspense, anticipation, and entertainment to readers since the start of the genre. Their scope is vast, with many sub-genres. How did the genre start? What are the key elements in a great thriller? Tags: Spy Novels Research In Morocco By: James Marinero | Jan 16th 2012 – Why go cruising in North Africa? I sailed this exotic coast whilst researching locations for spy novels. If you are thinking about sailing in the Mediterranean then give a thought to cruising the North African coast. Yes, it has some challenges, but then if you’ve sailed the Spanish coast and the Balearics, you will know th … Tags: Fantasy Novels Associate With The Challenges That Face Young Adults By: Art Gib | Dec 27th 2011 – Fantasy novels for young adults capture the attention of the reader by mirroring the thoughts and feelings of a young audience. In the pages of a young adult fantasy book a teen can relate to the exaggerated characters and events that shape the destiny of the heroes in the mystical books. Tags: Espionage Thriller Novels – Two Classic Foundation Works By: James Marinero | Dec 21st 2011 – Find out how two early twentieth century espionage thriller novels helped define the thriller novels genre. The stories exhibit structures and devices in common use by modern novelists. For one of them, the true-life story is stranger than fiction. Tags: Can Writers Of Thriller Novels Learn From Film Directors? By: James Marinero | Dec 4th 2011 – Can writers of thriller novels learn from film directors? Pulp Fiction (Quentin Tarantino) has an unusual way of dealing with time (and it’s not time travel). Does the serial disconnect of the plot scenes (apart from the de rigeur title scene peek) affect the viewer’s enjoyment, and would it work in print? Although the form … Tags: How To Build The Plot When Writing Thriller Novels By: James Marinero | Nov 13th 2011 – How does a techno thriller author (or any thriller author) develop the plot? There are several techniques, ranging from planned, through random option choosing, to intuitively creative. This article describes these and other approaches for developing a plot flow which will hook and intrigue readers of thriller novels. Tags: Many Famous Novels Are Set In Italy! By: Michael | Oct 17th 2011 – Get into your time machine and go back to the lovely Italian medieval era! The novels set in Italy depict the true colors of all the regions of Italy. From sci-fi novels to popular romance novels, all the genres of story-telling are explored by Italian novels. Tags: Kresley Cole And Her Bestselling Novels By: Acmamall | Jun 6th 2011 – Kresley Cole is a well-known name in the literary circle of critics, authors and readers- her novels have often claimed positions on the bestseller lists. Her novels have been translated into 16 different languages and have won countless of fans worldwide. Read on to find out more about Kresley Cole and her upcoming books. Tags: How To Write The Best Romantic Novel Of 2011? By: Susan Khare | Apr 22nd 2011 – Every year thousands and thousands of romantic novels are published around the world, and hardly one percent of those make it as a best-seller, and out of that, only ten percent are worth saying "��they were really good and moving"��. Tags: Five Pulp Fiction Novels For 20 Cents By: Frederick Hail | Mar 14th 2011 – Five Novels Monthly was a popular pulp adventure pulp that lasted 208 issues, running from February 1928 to January 1948. However, the name of the magazine begs the question with today’s readers: "What do you mean by ‘novel’? And how did you get five of them into 162 pages?" Tags: How To Beautify Your Romantic Relationship Through Romance Novels? By: GJ Bajaj | Jan 5th 2011 – Romantic novels are frequently read by youthful citizens particularly those in their adolescence who are more visualized by the idea of romance and are thus far to get the complete sight of sensible life. Tags: 3d Computer-generated Illustrations And Graphic Novels By: Chet Spiewak | Nov 25th 2010 – There had been a time when children used to have a tough time reading the adventure stories or laughter stories of old comic books. Old comic books or its senior cousin graphic novels for children were at the time considered to be a non-serious and trivial mode of reading habit. But gone are those days now. Tags: Unique Ideas For Valentines Day By: Stephen Davies | Oct 22nd 2010 – Do you fantasize about traveling to faraway places for a wild adventure? You may even have been reading a book and pictured your lover and yourself as the main characters. Tags: Personalized Books For Valentines Day By: Stephen Davies | Oct 21st 2010 – Do you fantasize about traveling to faraway places for a wild adventure? You may even have been reading a book and pictured you and your partner as the main characters. Tags: U Star Novels – How To Star In A Christmas Carol By: Stephen Davies | Oct 20th 2010 – Who hasn’t heard of the classic novel A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens? Even those who haven’t read the book are sure to know the story from the many variations of the movie that have been made about this classic novel. Tags: Personalised Romance Novels For You And Your Partner By: Stephen Davies | Oct 20th 2010 – When it comes to personalised Valentine’s Day gifts, there may not be a more unique choice than giving your lover a personalised romance novel. Tags: Informative Books And Novels By: Informative Articles | Sep 20th 2010 – Books & Novels are the hobbies of most of the youngsters. There many informative books and novels are available in the market, which are very interested and informative. Some of them are such that they do not read their courses book but prefer to read novels. Tags: Novels To Read In France By: Packabook Travel Novels | Aug 8th 2010 – If you are going to France or have a love of all things French, then what you need are some books set in France to read. Give yourself a head start on your journey by delving into some French-based novels and you will feel as if you are walking the streets of Paris in no time. Tags: How Comics And Graphic Novels Make The Cut To Survive The Century By: dennis | Jun 30th 2010 – The new level of sophistication in comics and graphic novels have earned the notice of Hollywood as more stories are snapped up and adapted for motion pictures. Comics have returned to their social entertainment roots. Tags: Magazines, Newsletters And Weekly Story Novels. By: ricky pointy | May 23rd 2010 – How many of times have you put down a novel simply because you grew weary of reading or simply because you eyes were tired? I have lots of times. I think most crime novels are too lengthy. So check out our website for the sources to find discount magazines and newspapers. Tags: Getting Your Novel Published May Require You Learn How To Publish Novels By: Thomas Christopher | Jan 10th 2010 – To write a novel is one thing. To get a novel published is quite another. The bad news is that if you can’t show enough likely profit to interest an agent, you may have to publish your own novel. The good news is that it is easy and inexpensive to self publish a novel by print on demand. Tags: Compare Ebook Readers For Reading Newspapers By: Ronald W. Firquain | Dec 21st 2009 – Compare ebook readers, you can study, read Word documents, read whole novels, subscribe to blogs, browse newspapers and magazines, and more. Modern models such as the Amazon Kindle or Sony handheld devices, are a similar size to a small paperback and yet will store many tens or hundreds of ebooks. Tags: Using Storytelling Techniques To Spice Up Your Project Outcomes By: Adele Sommers | Oct 26th 2009 – What do business novels, "personas," case studies, and testimonials have in common? They’re all examples of storytelling techniques that you and your team can use to spice up your project outcomes. Storytelling elements are potent tools for clarifying requirements; exploring new techniques and approaches; and ultimately eng … Tags: Novel Entertainment For Real Estate Agents By: Rob Thomson | Jun 25th 2009 – If you’re looking for inspiration involving realtors and properties, look no further than these novels.�’ Entertaining, funny and even educational, these books will show you the other side of real estate in all its humorous, gritty glory. Tags: The Appeal Of Graphic Novels By: Vince P.Platania,Jr | May 4th 2009 – While many people still love their monthly comic books, there’s something to be said for this age of graphic novels. Tags: Writing And Publishing Science Fiction Novels In 5 Simple And Easy Steps By: Gen Wright | Apr 11th 2009 – After you’ve written your work, getting published is no doubt a grandiose task. Here are some invaluable instructions that will aid you in writing an award winning science fiction novel and publish it profitably. Tags: Comics Trade Paperbacks- The Perfect Christmas Gifts For Geeks By: Andrew Hawnt | Nov 5th 2008 – A look at ten of the best graphic novels to get as gifts for Christmas 2008. With comics and graphic novels getting so much attention thanks to films such as The Dark Knight and Iron Man, fans are going to want the classics on their shelves this festive season! Tags: Tamil Historic Novels By: iyers | Aug 5th 2008 – The novel form of Tamil literature has been in existence only since around two centuries. Before that, the poetry form used to rule the roost for nearly two thousand years. Novel is a relatively new genre in Tamil literature but is very popular among the Tamil novel readers. Tags: The Scepts Strategy For Novel Reading By: Jane Saeman | Oct 11th 2007 – A novel way to better understand novels! Tags: Don’t Give Up On Writing That Novel By: Jill Smolinski | May 5th 2007 – Think it’s hard to get a novel published? For most writers, it is – but it’s certainly not impossible. I’ve had two hit the shelves-in 10 countries, and with book club and movie rights picked up. People often ask me how I did it, and the truth is simple. All it takes is, 1) talent, and 2) actually writing the thing. … Tags: Occult Fiction: Novels For Your Private Collection, Part 1 By: Laura Stamps | Apr 20th 2007 – For years I’ve heard complaints about a lack of Occult fiction portraying Witches realistically in a contemporary setting. And it’s true. As a Wiccan and novelist writing Occult fiction, I’m just as much a fan of the genre as any reader. However, I have found if you search carefully, there are dazzling gems awaiting discove … Tags: Book Review: Anne Rice: Christ The Lord Out Of Egypt By: Kathy Steinemann | Apr 13th 2007 – I must admit that as a past reader of Anne Rice vampire novels, I was prepared for a different experience than what I encountered by reading this book. The novel talks about something bigger than all of us – and succeeds in eliciting strong emotions accompanied by occasional tears. Tags: What Grabs Your Reader? By: Martha | Feb 19th 2007 – It is the dramatic question that grabs your reader and holds him or her. It creates a narrow path that forces the reader into suspense that won’t let go. It moves the story forward. All bestseller-kind-of novels have it. Have you noticed that untrained eyes want you to explain everything in that first line, f … Tags: The Key To Powerful Spellcasting By: Laura Stamps | Feb 14th 2007 – Let’s talk for a moment about one of my favorite subjects: spellcasting. You can design every spell you cast to work the first time. Impossible, right? No, not really. All you need to use is the key to effective spellcasting, which also happens to control manifestation. This may sound difficult, but it isn’t. … Tags: How To Write A Strong Start For Your Novel By: Kathleen Ernst | Dec 25th 2006 – I revised my Civil War novel Hearts of Stone many times before selling it to Dutton Children’s Books. My editor only had one major suggestion: Consider a new beginning. If you’re revising a novel, considering the first scene should be one of your last steps. It’s hard to know how best to begin until you’re … Tags: From The Battlefield To The Bookstore By: Kathleen Ernst | Dec 24th 2006 – For many reenactors, military and civilian, one of the pleasures of a weekend spent in the field is that elusive moment when everything works. I’ve heard the sensation called the bubble,�"’ or simply the magic.�"’ There’s no way to predict exactly when it will happen. The feeling may last only seconds. But once you’ … Tags: Reading The Romance Novels By: Luke T. Axton | Nov 20th 2006 – Many people start their writing careers by writing romance novels. Some move on to pure fiction or even script writing, but any of them find that they love to write romance, and they stick with it. Some of these authors put out book after book, and their fans are loyal. Take Danielle Steele for example. She’s not really ref … Tags: 相关的主题文章: