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Free read Writing New Adult Fiction Deborah Halverson º 9 Free read Free download ô E-book, or Kindle E-pub º Deborah Halverson Writing the New Adult Novel is the first book of its kind – an instructional guide on writing “New Adult” novels In 2012 over 14000 titles were specified 35 starsI have the urge to applaud Halverson for putting together this part guidebook part workbook on how to write New Adult She covers everything between outlining your novel to the general mindset of a new adult to techniues for creating authentic voices and characters to how to get your novel published Many parts such as conveying emotions and basic structure can be used for other categories and genres than just NA It s brilliant advice for anyone both published authors and aspiring authors If NA authors incorporated Halverson s advice and techniues I doubt this genre would suffer from the stigma that surrounds itAs a new adult myself I agree with many of the points Halverson does She repeats the most prominent parts of a new adult s life such as for the first time being truly on their own away from parents viewing every step and guiding them through life That and the general feeling of optimism a feeling I share in regards to my own future but in general I am actually a rather pessimistic and cynical person and the stress that comes when our expectations are crushed by reality On this part I cannot agree New Adults are an optimistic bunch of people in search of who they are and who they want to be even if some of us have already found who we are at this age Speaking from experience here not hard facts Simply put Halverson hits the nail on the head on this partI strongly appreciate the tips she gives on structuring the novel how to build tension creating characters basically everything that has to do with the actual writing and structuring It s obvious Halverson is a brilliant editor and given by this book a good author as well as teacher The way she explains how to incorporate sensibility in the narrator voice is spot on Truly I wish authors did this in their novels as this is a common issue in the NA genreThat said I concede that Halverson has great advice and know her stuff But There s always a but isn t there Some things I can t agree on not even a littleFirst thing Halverson explains how to create a supporting cast of secondary characters who they are and what part they should play in the story She mentions lovers friends co workers the basic stuff Then she comes to the part on adults in positions of power Generally the older folks are nonexistent or in the extreme periphery like the professor who lectures but hands you off to the hot assistant teacher Or the detective who shows up on scene but doesn t do much but push a few buttons before he leaves In teen fiction these old folks are omnipresent even if they keep hands off but in NA you can ban them almost completely and really should I m well aware that the new adults social circle isn t filled with people that are older but to suggest banning older people from the narrative is plain wrong I find two issues with the concept of banning these people First as a new adult myself I do not have close friends that can be considered old but here s the thing I know older people and I find them an important part of my life Not as guidance counselors or people that I go to for wisdom These are people I know see as euals and they interact with me as an eual as well That means if I know they have the knowledge I need I go ask them and they will not meet me as a child They meet me as an eual Second I find it problematic for the reason that the heroinehero is a new adult This means shehe will have to interact in a world full of older people in position of power While doing this they must find who they are in a world that no longer treats them as children but as euals To be blunt New adults must face the hard reality that they are viewed as adults And having people of power that aren t their parents of relatives By banning adults in position of power would take away one big part of finally being an adult Note that I am in no way saying they need to play a big part of the narrative just that I believe banning them is the wrong thing to doMoving on we come to the matter of the two main characters if there s a romance Women want the man who is sincere and loving and who needs us for his inner completeness even as he s physically yummy and able to stand up to outside threats There s nothing wrong here I just find that every example takes for granted that the two main characters are of opposite genders Then there s my personal preference that a man shouldn t need me at least not for his inner completeness But as I said this is a personal preference Halverson does mention that NA is a place to explore sexuality and I wished she d discussed this further and made examples that would take LGBT characters too apart from the typical hetero relationshipHowever my biggest issue is when Halverson goes on the topic of character s looks She does this very briefly When Beauty knows she s beautiful Beauty is likely to be alled a bitch Women are uite conscious of their own flaws so they will relate to a female character who demonstrates that she s conscious of hers even as everyone else tells her she s hot stuff I ve seen several reviews point out exactly this That women who are secure in their looks and knows it aren t as well received as the ones with insecurities Personally I like female characters that knows they are all that I m so darned tied of heroines that are insecure of their looks and need conformation from the male love interests Also if we continue to have female characters that are very modest about their looks this reaction of calling women a bitch will remain something I find disturbing to think of I will say this is a problem in society in general and a bit bigger than what women call each other in fictional stories But still We continue on this topic though Perhaps she can worry that the outfit she must wear will accentuate the wrong things or you could send her into a scene on what she d call a bad hair day and have her totally turn on Mr Hot Stuff anyway Here we continue on the topic how women are judged by their clothing Most of those that have read my reviews know why I find this problematic But to shorten that long rant and put it simply slut shaming is wrong and judging a woman by the way she dress wether she dresses sexy or conservative is wrongThen we have the topic of the male character s looks The male lover does need to look mighty fine Perhaps he s not a model but he s got the general features we can agree on as appealing nice hair a healthy strong physiue strength and gentle touches as the situation calls for Notice that there s no need to have the male lead be modest about his looks I m not saying he isn t allowed to be confident in his looks but I feel the need to point out the double standard here In fact despite what many may say men certainly men in this age group can be very away of their looks both positive and negative These days men have some high standards they are supposed to meet just like women and speaking form experience this can make them insecure just like women albeit they might not voice that insecurity as women can This need for men to meet certain standards are raised here The male lover is supposed to have a strong physiue and as the previous uote said be labeled Mr Hot Stuff or alike Another point that should be addressed in NA is male leads that aren t meeting this criteria That would be wonderful Not all women or men prefer men that are excessively strong I know this is fiction and the hero can be very dreamy but I believe this is part of the reason why NA is called sexed up YA Again to put it simply we need heroes in NA that aren t considered God s gift to mankind in the looks departmentNow that I ve addressed these issues I will back up again and say that this book is great It offers many tips that authors should take to heart Despite my issues sorry for long post on those by the way I would recommend this to pretty much anyone writing NA or hoping to write for this genre It has great insight on how new adults think and behave as well as the struggled they face If you re planning to write NA read this book before you publish your work It ll help you immensely BookLikes Leafmarks How To Be A Perfect 10 putting together this Starcraft part guidebook Shizuko Kurohas Japanese Patchwork uilting Patterns part workbook on how to write New Adult She covers everything between outlining your novel to the general mindset of a new adult to techniues for creating authentic voices and characters to how to get your novel How To Be A 20 Something published Many Slocum and the Circle Z Riders Slocum #293 parts such as conveying emotions and basic structure can be used for other categories and genres than just NA It s brilliant advice for anyone both Dynamite Road 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and able to stand up to outside threats There s nothing wrong here I just find that every example takes for granted that the two main characters are of opposite genders Then there s my Goblin Quest personal Full Circle preference that a man shouldn t need me at least not for his inner completeness But as I said this is a Siebel Customer Order ManagementCOMwith Telecom Industry Examples personal Bambi Eine Lebensgeschichte aus dem Walde preference Halverson does mention that NA is a Naya’s Most Important Visitors (Psy-Changeling, #10.2) place to explore sexuality and I wished she d discussed this further and made examples that would take LGBT characters too apart from the typical hetero relationshipHowever my biggest issue is when Halverson goes on the topic of character s looks She does this very briefly When Beauty knows she s beautiful Beauty is likely to be alled a bitch Women are uite conscious of their own flaws so they will relate to a female character who demonstrates that she s 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looks departmentNow that I ve addressed these issues I will back up again and say that this book is great It offers many tips that authors should take to heart Despite my issues sorry for long L'AchimisteLa Sorcière de PortobelloLe Zahir post on those by the way I would recommend this to The Captain's Lady pretty much anyone writing NA or hoping to write for this genre It has great insight on how new adults think and behave as well as the struggled they face If you re Hex planning to write NA read this book before you La mère parfaite est une mytho publish your work It ll help you immensely BookLikes Leafmarks

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