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Friday, December 21, 2012

James Scott Bell - Free and $1.99

Are you using your holiday break to catch up on some writing or editing? Have you heard of James Scott Bell?

Whether you are a huge fan of Bell’s books, or are at the point where you are writing a novel, take some time out of your day to learn more about revising your novel from one of the bestselling authors today.

This FREE  Writer's Digest video will give you 72 minutes of Bell explaining the important components of a novel along with revision techniques and advice.

Also, for a limited time his book CONFLICT & SUSPENSE is only $1.99 as an ebook from Kindle.

Are you a fan of Bell's fiction or teaching techniques? Who has taught you the most valuable writing lessons?

5 comments:

D.G. Hudson said...

I'm a big fan of J. S. Bell, and have two of his books: Plot and Structure, and Revision and Self-Editing. I haven't tried Bell's fiction, yet.

I also try to do as he suggests and write a minimum of 350-500 words a day. That's a valuable lesson. (Bell, Don Maass, S. King all inspire me in my writing.)

Enjoyed this post, Sylvia. Thanks for the links.

Summer Ross said...

I do believe I have one of his books: Plot and structure- and I have to say he's pretty darn good.

Julie Luek said...

I think his characters book is only 1.99 on Kindle now too. Woohoo! I nabbed those deals already. They're having a holiday sale and one day I ordered a slew of well-known writing books for the grand total of $7. I felt like I just won the lottery! I didn't know about the video, though-- thanks for that heads-up.

Sylvia Ney said...

Julie - which book are you referring to? I didn't see a character one.

Tammy Theriault said...

never heard of him but you have peaked this girl's interest!!