How to Write a Good and Compelling Novel From Your Imagination to A Thriller, by LORNAMARIE

When you hold your first book in your hands, there is an overwhelming fulfillment that you will be unable to explain. You will not only be excited for what you have just done! but you will be most proud of yourself for achieving a great feat. Writing helps you to explore your creativity with great courage, skill, or strength. Starting and finishing your book requires determination and hard work. Your first novel helps you to let out the creativity inside yourself as it flows out like rivers of living water. Your creativity becomes unrestrained like a terrier and the more you write, the more you want to continue to write. And then you will find yourself repeating the process. Writing your first book helps you to discover how far you can go with your creativity and capability. The experience changes everything. Don’t worry if you’ve started a book that you abandoned some time ago for some reason, that is normal, but don’t let that discourage you from picking things up from where you last stopped. You will learn and unearth that there is so much more that you can do with that book you’ve started if only you are ready to convert or conceive your imagination into a thriller! The purpose of this book therefore is to help you to achieve your goal of writing a good novel by using a particular part of craft. How to Write A Good and Compelling Novel (From Your Imagination to A Thriller) A Guide for Novelists and Writers – is a step-by-step practical guide for beginners, first-time novelists and indeed anyone who wishes to write a fiction and mystery thriller or courtroom dramas at professional level. A good novelist needs tactics to help drive home her craft creatively and humorously in an entertaining manner. How can you create dramatic and convincing characters that can keep your audience glued to your book? How can you make it difficult for readers to put your book down and make your book sell and sought after? Here is the answer, you have a role of research to play in it. To make it achievable, I have designed this book to include hands-on masterclass creative writing self-help exercises and examples to help you start writing your novel straightaway. The best way to keep you on track is to begin writing your story following the masterclass creative writing exercises you are engaged within this book.

Website: LornaMarie Publications

How to Write a Good and Compelling Novel From Your Imagination to A Thriller is available in hardcover, paperback and eBook

Lorna Marie was born in Islington, London, before leaving for Lagos where she attended Marywood Grammar School and Methodist Girls High School, Lagos, Nigeria. In 1986, she bagged an award as the overall best student in her A-level examination result. Consequently, she gained admission to study Law at the prestigious University of Lagos, popularly known as Unilag. She obtained her LL.B (Hons) degree with honors at the University of Lagos in 1989. In 1990, Lorna attended the Nigerian Law School, Victoria Island, Lagos, and after completing the bar final examinations was called to bar as a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria. The author is a member of the Author’s Alliance, headquartered in the United States. She is also a member of the British and Irish Association of Law Librarians (BIALL). Lorna adores preserving the memory of humanity, reviewing library books and managing knowledge, covering a wide range of subjects wherever possible. Lorna Marie is the writer of: The Judges and Lawyers Companion, How to Write a Good Dissertation, a guide for university undergraduate students, and The Power of Words to The Human Spirit, Soul, Body and Mind: a compendium of great speeches by world leaders and some landmark court judgments. She is the author of The Crime Fiction thriller novel ‘‘The Plea on Oath’and her crime fiction thriller 'The Lawyer's Dilemma' She has inspired the young generation of writers.

LORNAMARIE is the author of the following titles:

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