How To Write Your Novel by Watching Movies First

Write a better book by watching classic films from the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s!

Why would an award-winning novelist and university-level writing instructor use movies as examples in his class instead of classic works of fiction? Frankly, because most people haven’t read classic works of fiction, but most writers have seen or are culturally aware of many movies that came out between 1970 and 1999.

Join award-winning author Tom Leveen (known for How To Write Awesome Dialogue! For Fiction, Film, and Theatre for a quick run-down of several great movies and mine them for tips that you can use in your own novel, no matter the genre, to help you land that agent or kick your indie novel up a notch or two!

  • Struggling with dialogue? There’s a movie for that!
  • Protagonists not making an impact on readers? There’s a movie for that!
  • Not sure how to use the story’s environment to support at them? Yep, there’s a movie for that, too!

Whatever your need to make your fiction shine, How To Write Your Novel By Watching Movies First has a solution.

Whether you are just starting out or are a seasoned pro looking for some new creative juices, this book will give you a whole new toolkit to chose from.

It includes fun tips for writers of all genres that can give your manuscripts the boost they need to help you land an agent, an editor, or a legion of die-hard fans.

So c’mon, writers! Grab the popcorn and let’s go to the movies!



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