Monday, April 16, 2018

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A Fiction Writer's Guide to Plot Holes: Steer Clear of the 6 Most Common Manuscript Disasters 
(Writing Hacks 101)
#1 New Releasein Fiction Writing Reference

If you can answer ‘yes’ to any of the following questions, this book can help you become successful in completing your writing goals.

*Have you ever wanted to write a story?
*Do you have ideas jotted down here and there?
*Did you start writing, but could only come up with a few scattered scenes and don’t know what to do with them?
*Are you tired of struggling with a manuscript in pieces?
*Is there a blinking cursor on your screen and you just don’t know how to collect your thoughts to even begin writing anything?

Plot holes shatter the flow in the projects of countless writers, but there are ways to repair them, conquer the often devastating pitfalls of the writing process, and save the wondrous book you’ve envisioned. Captivating your audience with a powerful plot is within your reach, no matter how riddled your manuscript is with holes right now. Author Ann Snizek targets plot basics and shows you a fresh way to approach the damage that plot holes cause to the smooth ride of your manuscript as you improve your writing skills.

Avoid the agony of trapped characters by noticing the warning signs of the hazardous ‘pot holes’ that drive our stories off course to plummet into the abyss of forgotten dreams. Revive your excitement as you triumph over the obstacles and explode with renewed passion as you fulfill your goal of producing an amazing book that you can treasure. 

Inside this writing guide, Snizek will show you:*How the basic plot works
*How to map the plot holes & uncover their causes
*Links to great writing tools & techniques
*How to develop creative strategies
*How to repair the plot holes

What this guide is NOT:*A guide to road construction
*Intended as a highly academic book
*A murder mystery
*About animal husbandry
*Or a marital aid

A Fiction Writer’s Guide to Plot Holes is a quick, easy to follow writing resource for your library and writer’s toolbox, leading you down the road to a completed manuscript your readers will enjoy. Snizek also offers practical writing solutions in the form of fresh writing hacks to activate your brain so you can steer clear of those looming plot holes. 

Organize the pieces of your story, fill in small holes, bridge the huge gaps, and discover the satisfaction of completing your writing project. 

Don’t forget to collect your two FREEBIES! These extra gifts are intended to assist you in your amazing journey as a writer. Details about how to claim your freebies are hidden in the book. You’ll have to get it to see what secret treasures await you. 

Save your manuscript. Save your fiction novel.

What are you waiting for? Jump into the driver’s seat and enjoy your writing journey. 

What are people saying?

5.0 out of 5 stars
An easy to read guide for not just first time fiction ...

An easy to read guide for not just first time fiction writers, but for experienced authors also. Great 
freebies that go with the book, as well as links to tools of the writing trade. Good examples and 
clear explanations of fixing plot holes.

The author points out that just knowing what the plot problem is was not enough to fix the problem. 
Knowing what caused the plot problem is key to fixing the problem. The book then walks you 
through the common mistakes (plot holes) of writing a fiction book and how to correct these mistakes.

This book is a great resource for problem solving for writers!

5.0 out of 5 stars
A toolkit for the swerving writer

Ann Snizek provides a comprehensive toolkit for writers trying to fix their plot holes (potholes).

Not only is her description clear amd comprehensive but she provides actual tips you can implement 
now to improve your writing. Her stories illustrate key points without getting too fluffy.

There are some neat writing resources in the book too, which I look forward to trying out with my 

The best thing about Snizek's book is the way she shows you how to cheat the common causes of 
plot holes and thus make your writing even more engaging. It's an awesome and unexpected writing 
hack, that's for sure.

Aaron Leyshon, high school English teacher and 
Author of bestselling book: Negotiate Without Negotiating

5.0 out of 5 stars
East to read and follow!
This is such a helpful book for every fiction writer! Read before publish! It points out the issues 
you can encounter and how to avoid them Helpful links and tips!

5.0 out of 5 stars
A great help in defining, refining and streamlining a plot that makes sense.

As you get into the book you find yourself thinking "I knew that!", then you realise that you didn't, 
but should have known it because it makes sense, and that's why it seemed familiar.

Lots of pointers which had my mind searching through some plots I have drafted; I found several 
places I will be able to improve thanks to this book. It's offers a great way to get thoughts organised 
so one doesn't fall into the holes, or how to get out of them and fill them in if you already did.
The links provided are also extremely helpful.

I read through the book twice in one sitting, then again the next day. I will be using it on a regular basis.

5.0 out of 5 stars
This book can save your next novel from disastrous plot holes (and help you to fix it).
If you are a fiction writer, then I'd recommend that you read this book before you hit publish.
This book is very easy to read and gives useful guidelines on how to map plot holes, uncover their 
causes, and fix them.

It also has links to fantastic writing tools and techniques to help you to write better.
I also like the freebies that go with this book. Very practical and helpful.

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