This is an excerpt from our book, $uccess, Your Path to a Successful Book.

“Words are seductive and dangerous material to be used with caution.” –Barbara Tuchman

Fiction and non-fiction (true stories) need well developed characters and plots. If you don’t know where you are going, your reader won’t either.

You must know your central conflict in order to develop it. Readers want conflict and resolution.

Characters need to react in specific ways to the conflict of the plot and need to talk and introspect about how they act.

Non-fiction must be concise and accurate and you must know the market you are targeting.

If you go to our $uccess page, you can see what others have said about our book. You can also link through to see the table of contents and a chapter.

Maralyn D. Hill and Brenda C. Hill
Books By Hills
$uccess, Your Path to a Successful Book