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message 1: by Eden (new)

Eden Sharp | 4 comments If you've ever wondered how to write a thriller find out in this free guide. You will learn how to breakdown a seemingly overwhelming task into 8 distinctive sections that act as a blueprint so you’ll always know what to write next and where your story must go in order to meet readers’ expectations of the genre.

In this way, you will be following the structure of many of Hollywood’s blockbusting movies and the way this is translated into the thrillers written by your favourite authors you are reading and enjoying. You’ll learn exactly the format these successful thrillers follow that heightens readers’ emotions, takes them on a rollercoasting, page-turning thrill-ride, builds to an exciting climax, and leaves the reader absorbed to the end fully satisfied by the experience. This is the formula that has been so finely honed by Hollywood, and the greatest thrillers have it. Quite simply, it works.

Grab a free copy here: bit.ly/1HZWdaK


message 2: by Kat (new)

Kat It says subscribe for reviews - I don't have a book for you to review yet, I was after the guide?

Help! :)


message 3: by Eden (new)

Eden Sharp | 4 comments No worries. Reviews are just an option. You'll receive a link to download guide after subscribing. If you have any questions, thriller-wise (or otherwise) just get in touch. I hope you find it useful and thanks for your interest.


message 4: by Kat (new)

Kat Ah thank you. I'm grateful for all the help I can get. My manuscript has plotholes I could drive a jumbo jet through, I would not want to give it to anyone to read yet, haha.


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