America loves crime — but only in favorite TV shows, movies and books! If you gobble up the work of bestselling authors, could it be time to try your hand at the genre?
My Startup Author Hacks title was only the beginning of concise instruction for new and experienced writers. Writing tips are helpful, but learning to create story structure, characters and vivid events will be far more effective.
That's why the new addition to the 'Startup' bookshelf is all about crime. Fictional crime. The kind that entertains readers.
Crime becomes you!
But ONLY when you write it down.
To become a crime writer, you'll need some basic hacks. Some tools that will help you structure your novel, screenplay or short story.
Or if you're into True Crime nonfiction, you'll also want some insights into the criminal mind. Look no further than your own being.
The 6 Essential Steps are easy to master—if you'll be honest with yourself and make everything about your crime fiction very personal.
By taking simple steps to fully realize the characters and crime in your story, you naturally find a structure for your narration.
No, you don't need a template. You need you. Your honesty. Your darkest and smartest thoughts. Your willingness to go there.
Are You Ready to Happen, New Author?
My motto is simple for people who know they want to write but somehow never begin:
"Sit down and start up!"
Ten minutes a day. That's all it takes to begin a habit. Write one true sentence. Then write a second sentence. Not fancy or profound, but true. DO IT NOW!
Download Crime Startup Hacks here!