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Making readers care and feel like they’re part of the story should be the number one goal for all writers. Ironically, many storytellers fail to maximize one of fiction’s most powerful elements to achieve this: the setting. Not only can the right location become a conduit for emotion, it can also provide conflict, characterize the story’s cast, reveal significant backstory, and trigger the reader’s own emotional memories... more...

Readers connect to characters with depth, ones who have experienced life’s ups and downs. To deliver key players that are both realistic and compelling, writers must know them intimately—not only who they are in the present story, but also what made them that way. Of all the formative experiences in a character’s past, none are more destructive than emotional wounds. The aftershocks of trauma can change who they are, alter what they believe, and... more...

Two essential language references integrated into one handy trade paperback volume. • Nearly 60,000 alphabetical dictionary entries. • More than 13,000 thesaurus entries including extensive synonym lists. • Clear and concise word guidance including abundant example phrases • Based on the best-selling Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, Eleventh Edition

Within the pages of a book exists a world drawn from a writer’s deepest imaginings, one that has the ability to pull readers in on a visceral level. But the audience’s fascination will only last if the writer can describe this vibrant realm and its inhabitants well. The setting achieves this by offering readers a unique sensory experience. So much more than stage dressing, the setting can build mood, convey meaning through symbolism,... more...

If you have trouble distinguishing the verbs imitate and emulate, the relative pronouns that and which, or the adjectives pliant, pliable, and supple, never fear—How to Tell Fate from Destiny is here to help! With more than 500 headwords, the book is replete with advice on how to differentiate commonly confused words and steer clear of verbal trouble. Whether you’re a boomer, a Gen-Xer, or a millennial, if you peruse, browse,... more...


Guano Stains Grandma is a fascinating new collection of more than 5, 000 of the finest, funniest Astounding Anagrams ever devised. Each page is dedicated to a theme - and it couid be anything from Manchester United footballers to cult films, or from sex symbols to members of the Royal family. There are more than 200 different themed lists, so no matter what you re interested in, the chances are that it will be turned on its head in here. With 25... more...

Sybrina's Phrase Thesaurus is a reference tool for anyone with a need to compose unique, descriptive phrases. It's a great tool for creative writers of any genre including students, people just learning English, people wanting to improve their communication skills, artistic professionals like photographers, videographers, models, actors and many others. Anyone who enjoys reading unique descriptive phrases will love Sybrina's Phrase Thesaurus because... more...

Sybrina's Phrase Thesaurus is a reference tool for anyone with a need to compose unique, descriptive phrases. It's a great tool for creative writers of any genre including students, people just learning English, people wanting to improve their communication skills, artistic professionals like photographers, videographers, models, actors and many others. Anyone who enjoys reading unique descriptive phrases will love Sybrina's Phrase Thesaurus because... more...

Have you struggled for just the right phrase when grappling with a class assignment? Crafting an office memo, do you want greater clarity and concision? Pounding away at a last-minute blog entry, haven't you ever thought, There has to be a better word for this? Now there is. Under the time-tested and respected banner of Roget's Thesaurus, here is an array of words and their definitions organized by meaning. With this volume at your side, you need... more...

"The Ultimate Thesaurus That Helps Fiction Writers Describe Characters With Ease!" If you're like most writers, you get sick and tired of endlessly searching thesauri looking for that perfect word to describe your character's physical appearance or the way they move their body. Wouldn't it be easier to have a book that gives you all these words without the hassle? If you answered 'yes', then this book is for you! Dahlia Evans has compiled a thesaurus... more...