Presents advice on writing fiction for young adult and middle school readers, including how to develop themes, avoiding common mistakes and cliches, and plot structure, along with information on how to recognize the differences between young adult and middle grade readers.For example, that your protagonist has red hair is not a Characterizing Detail. ... that not only adds situational humor to your story, it also shows us things about your character that speak to her other traits: ... As long as you understand the concept and use it, you dona#39;t have to go through your manuscript and categorize every description and action (unless this helps you nail the idea, of course). ... BONUS TIP One of myfavorite reflections on writing, which I Character 103 103_V6501.pdf.
|Title||:||Writing Irresistible Kidlit|
|Publisher||:||Writer's Digest Books - 2012-12-04|