Review from OnlineBookClub.org
We’ve all been in this situation where we get tired after a few pages of a story and decide to put it down, whereas another story we can’t put down since it’s engaging. But what makes us feel bored or entertained while reading stories, and are there truly ingredients for a story’s success? Why are some stories, such as Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, and others, adored and told generation after generation, while others fade and disappear? In this book, you’ll discover why some literary fictional stories fail and others flourish.
I’d like to point out that this book is loaded with information despite its modest page count. It is very useful for fiction writers because it guides them on their path to writing literary fictional stories that are loved and remembered. I recommend that they read this book, as well as anyone else who wants to write a fiction story, and I am confident that they will benefit from it.
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