Cracked! The Writing Mystique by Bob Nailor
Whether novice or seasoned authors, this book will help writers overcome many obstacles in their current works. Consisting of a “baker’s dozen” – each writing mystique is “cracked” and revealed with easy to understand examples. Get this Book on Amazon.com About the Author I am an author of internationally published fantasy, horror, paranormal, action and…
Whether novice or seasoned authors, this book will help writers overcome many obstacles in their current works. Consisting of a “baker’s dozen” – each writing mystique is “cracked” and revealed with easy to understand examples.
About the Author
I am an author of internationally published fantasy, horror, paranormal, action and science fiction. I’ve been published in the United States, Canada, Australia, England and several other countries. My writing tips and blog have been read by those from all over the world, including, but limited to the United States, Japan, Australia, England, Germany, France, Spain, Russia, Brazil, Chile, India and more. For years now, I’ve watched people roll their eyes or give me ‘that’ look when I say I write about elves, dwarves, vampires, zombies and life on distant planets. My body may have gotten older but there is absolutely no reason I had to give up my childhood dreams. Because of that, I have a vivid imagination today and hope to instill this spark of magical whimsey in the younger generations who now seem so intent being entertained by videos. Yes, I realize I live vicariously through books but today’s youth are living vicariously through the digitized world. There is so much more to see and do within the imagination. A book releases the mind. A video game is strictly all visual, just like the television, you see and the imagination is stymied and basically is not enticed to create. Although sounding much like a cliché, the imagination is a terrible thing to waste. Reading stimulates your mind’s eye to see even more than that which the author may have intended. Yes, you wandered far and wide when you were young; a child filled with wonder while you or somebody else read the different stories. I write so you can once again embrace that fleeting moment and bring to life an elf, a vampire or perhaps an unusual alien on some far off planet.