Make Your Readers Long To Be A
Part Of Your Fantasy World
How To Make Your Story Believable,
and One Your Readers Will Crave To Read
Wouldn't it be great to never have to worry about your readers accusing you of having flat, unbelievable characters?
Imagine how wonderful it would be to have readers raving about your characters and your paranormal world.
Imagine how it would feel to hear people raving about your book the way they did about some of your favorite paranormal fiction stories.
When you are writing about werewolves, shape-shifters, vampires, witches, warlocks and ghosts, it will probably irritate you to no end if one of your readers makes the extraordinary claim that your characters or your setting was "unbelievable".
You might find yourself fighting the urge to mock them in the "reviews" area of your book listing:
No matter how good it might feel to tell those people off, you cannot do that...
Well... You can do it, but you shouldn't do it.
Book customers really hate sore losers...
And more so, when you as the book's author could have made your characters and settings much more believable...
J.K. Rowling did it. She wrote about witches, warlocks, centaurs, goblins, house-elves, merpeople, pheonixes and vampires, yet her characters were very believable.
Rowling described train stations where only witches and warlocks could enter through the brick wall, and humans could not see the entrance, and still we found the story believable.
Rowling also wrote about cars that could fly and kids who could fly broomsticks, and although we knew those things were imaginary, it didn't stop us from enjoying the story.
Although it is fairly unlikely that any of us will reach the financial success of J.K. Rowling, we can find real success with our paranormal books, IF we can create a paranormal world where our readers find our story interesting, captivating, and above all, believable.
People read paranormal fiction because it is goes beyond reality, but they still want it to be realistic. There are so many ways to turn a great story into something completely unbelievable.
For example, you can have too many strong characters and no obvious reason for them to be having trouble resolving a problem. After all, if you have a group of super humans, you have to have an outstanding explanation for why it takes them a week to take out one human bad guy. If characters go from being in the dark to suddenly knowing exactly what is going on, that’s unbelievable.
In this 25-page PDF guide, we are going to answer for you the following questions:
- How paranormal is different from and compare to other genres;
- How to set the scene in your story;
- How to use your setting to build the plot and characters, rather than to detract from them;
- How to open your paranormal story;
- How to know the right time to introduce your paranormal elements;
- How to explain the paranormal elements of your story, without losing your reader;
- How to create believable characters;
- What to avoid doing when you are creating or describing your characters;
- How to find the balance between a familiar setting, believable characters, and impossible circumstances;
- What makes a paranormal story "unbelievable";
- And more...
To Be Made With Paranormal Fiction
It is hard to match J.K. Rowling in sales, but here are a few other authors, whom you may or may not know, who have done very well with paranormal fiction:
Book Authors Have In Common?
Besides being best-selling authors, who make a good living as a full-time book author, these paranormal fiction authors create books that people love to read, with characters and settings that are completely believable to the reader.
They have mastered the art of storytelling. They have mastered how to write a story that their readers love.
Maybe it is because they have written a lot more books than we have, but they are very skilled at creating characters that readers like and characters that behave in a way that we would expect them to behave.
They don't confuse readers with inconsistencies like vegetarians who eat steak, nor do they confuse readers with dialog that sounds forced or otherwise unnatural.
They don't bore readers with characters who love the sound of their own voice, and they don't bore us with extraneous details.
It is important for you to realize that while people buy stories, they follow authors.
A single story is just that -- a story. But people who buy more than one of an author's books do so, because they love the way the author tells a story.
This is why it is important for you to hone your skills as a storyteller.
People may buy one book from you, but if people buy a second book from you, it will be because they like how YOU tell a story.
There are several key issues that you should absolutely understand about telling a paranormal fiction story, before you sit down to write...
The "Paranormal Primer" PDF will absolutely address those issues for you.
YOUR Most-Imaginative & Creative Fiction Books
You are just moments away from seriously improving your skills as a fiction writer -- the first step to seriously increasing your book sales and book royalties.
People who love the stories you write will often buy more of the books you write.
And people who love a particular book or author will recommend books from that author to friends and family. Many people live to share the stories they found enjoyable, with the people they love the most in the world.
When you become that book author that people love, it will be your books that they will recommend to the people they love.
Inside of "Paranormal Primer," you are going to LEARN HOW TO:
- Avoid confusing or boring your readers;
- Create characters people find believable and likeable;
- Create imaginary worlds that seem familiar to your readers;
- Know when to introduce paranormal elements, without angering the reader;
- Foreshadow the oddities in your story;
- Describe the paranormal aspects of your story in a way that makes the story believable;
- Blend a familiar setting, believable characters, and impossible circumstances into a story worth reading;
- And much more...
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P.S. While it is true that Bill Platt is not known to be a fiction writer himself, he doesn't need to be a fiction writer to present this guide to you.
Bill hired a ghost writer to create this guide, whose day job is teaching her students how to write fiction -- in her college literature class.
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