In the Artists Realm by Sylvia Stein presents: Chapter 6: The Source of Great Dialogue by Author Elizabeth Sims Part II

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On today’s episode of In the Artists Realm by Sylvia Stein I dive right into Chapter 6 by Author Elizabeth Sims in part II of Crafting Dynamic Dialogue:  The Complete Guide to Speaking Conversing, Arguing, and thinking in Fiction.   

 

Music all provided by Garage band. 

 

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America: Civil War II by upcoming Author Francine Weagle

Hello everyone I know it’s been awhile but I am back to blogging on wordpress and I am going to kick it off This Friday by kicking off a campaign for my author friend who is set to be releasing her first debut dystopian novel.  Her name is Francine Weagle.  I hope you enjoy! 
Bio:
Francine Lee W. is a writer, poet, assistant editor and poetry mentor for Coffee House Writers. As a lover of books and information she is currently working on her master’s degree in new media journalism while working on her first novel, to be published this December 2019. Francine loves the ocean, photography and life in Georgia with her fur babies and family.
Overview
My novel is about a multicultural group of people in hiding. For eighteen years they have been working towards a common goal. Now, in a world torn apart by war and climate change, it’s time for them to use their project to save the country. I wrote this novel to appeal to diverse adult readers. My book will publish in December 2019.

Story of My Book

America: CivilWar II is a book inspired by modern America’s civil breakdown tearing us apart by ideals, race, religion and gender. In this novel the worst has happened, and now a diverse group of people who never set out to be heroes are working together to save the country from war and climate change.

My name is Francine Lee W. and I am the author of America: Civil War II. I wrote this book because our country seems to be dividing as much as people are trying to pull together. I believe that sometimes fictitious worlds can open minds and bring people together.

In this book, you’ll learn that:

Not all heroes try to be a hero. Sometimes the most unlikely person can do something amazing.

No matter your circumstances, you are always capable of doing something that makes a difference.

No one is indispensable. Whether we lack faith in ourselves or allow other people’s opinions to control us, if we just believe in ourselves we have the ability to be a hero in our own right.

You will love this book if you love a diversity of heroes and characters, love dystopian novels, and believe in the power of the common person.

America: Civil War IIis a fiction book that speaks to adult and young adult readers who are looking for diversity and inspiration that can go from fantasy to inspiring reality.

The Book – America Civil War II

The Book is Written in Five Parts

In Part 1, you meet our heroine, Scheherazade, and watch her fall from the top surgeon in climate torn New York City to a badly injured and mentally disturbed woman who has given up on all but revenge against those who wronged her and her family. You also meet her heroes who are about to change her life again.

In Part 2, The Island, as Scheherazade, our heroine, calls Manhattan is about to be utterly consumed and destroyed. Scher must choose between trusting total strangers or risking dying alone in a city full of people who want her dead.

In Part 3, Scher learns more about her new companions as they face battles and villains who want to kill them for the knowledge and technology they have to save the country. With their lives constantly in danger our heroes lean on each other’s specific skills and talents to survive and keep moving to safety.

In Part 4, the final battle is fifteen against many. They cannot win unless each of these different heroes, with their own family members, friends, and motivations can pull together and fight, some willing to pay the ultimate price for the benefit of people who may be fighting against their rights as a person.

In Part 5, those who survive mourn those they lost, but there is little time to rest. The world needs saving. Scher and the heroes must now join another group of people and trust them to help further their project.

What I Need & What You’ll Get

This book will be published with New Degree Press. I set up the pre-order tiers to help cover the costs for publishing my book. Money raised will go towards the following:

The Editor I will work with to revise and publish my manuscript in December 2019.

The Cover Design of my Book – the mockups you see currently are a placeholder!

The Layout Design for the interior of my book (Physical Copy, Ebook Formats)

The Copyediting for My Book – to help polish the grammar and spelling prior to publication

The Launch & Promotion Efforts for my book – when I ultimately publish this winter.

When I pre-sell 100 copies of my book, I will publish. When I pre-sell 150 copies of my book, I will also publish an audiobook. When I pre-sell 200 copies of my book, I will publish a hardcover edition.

 

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/america-civil-war-ii#/

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Crafting Dynamic Dialogue: Chapter 6 The Source of Great Dialogue

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In this episode of In the artists realm with Sylvia Stein I dive into Part II of Great Dialogue and start on Chapter 6 The Source of Great Dialogue by author Elizabeth Sims.    

All of this through the book, Crafting Dynamic Dialogue:  The Complete Guide to Speaking, Conversing, Arguing, and Thinking in Fiction by the Editors of Writer’s Digest.  

 

Foreword by Cheryl St. John.   

All music provided by Garage band.  

 

Author Announcements and news for in the artists realm.   

 

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In the Artists Realm with Sylvia Stein: Crafting Dynamic Dialogue Chapter 5

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In this episode I cover Chapter 5 Strengthen Your Dialogue by Author Jerry Cleaver taken from the book by Crafting Dynamic Dialogue:  The Complete Guide to Speaking, Conversing, Arguing, and thinking in Fiction:  From the Editors of Writer’s Digest Foreword by Cheryl St. John 

 

Excerpt of my book Chasing Clarity by Sylvia Stein. 

 

Announcements:  Talking about my hiatus, Family books and Authors

 

Books I recommend

 

All Music, Jingle Sound Effects by Garage Band.  

 

 

 

 

In the artists Realm with Sylvia Stein Crafting Dynamic Dialogue Chapter 4 by Sarah Domet

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In this episode we cover crafting dynamic dialogue and we cover Chapter 4 by Author Sarah Domet 

 

The book Crafting Dynamic Dialogue:  The Complete Gide to Speaking, Conversing, Arguing, and Thinking in Fiction 

 

From the Editors of Writer’s Disgest

 

Foreword is by Cheryl St. John

 

Music by Garage band