Write a Great Story

First Sentence to Last…

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Regardless of what you’re writing–a memory, a family history, a memoir, a collection of stories, a book of any kind–you want your text to be the absolute best it can be.

You want to intrigue the reader with your title. You seek to capture her attention with your first sentence. You want your story to have continuity and not lose energy in the middle. You long to have your story linger in the reader’s mind long after he’s read the last sentence.

In addition to learning how to do just that, we’ll take a look at all parts of a book and the purpose of each. Items such as copyright (not copywrite), dedications, acknowledgments, prologues, epilogues, and such. You may ask, “Why do I need to know those things when I’m just writing stories?” Good question. Your series of stories may well turn into a book, and this is good information to have. If nothing else, you’ll be a more informed reader, understand, and possibly, appreciate more the job of each part of the book you’re consuming.Write_a_Great_Story_B

So, if you want to write great stories, you’ve landed in the right place.

Write a Great Story–First Sentence to Last, shows you how to master every aspect of moving the story that lives in your heart to something you can hold in your hands.

Each week of this month-long program, you receive a set of videos with accompanying note-taking outlines, handouts, and assignments, which help you know the purpose of each section of your story and how to write it. You learn the many ways to write titles, fashion strong story openings, sustain energy throughout the middle, create satisfying endings, establish purpose and theme, construct suitable front matter, write an irresistible back cover blurb, and much more.

Video titles in Write a Great Story–First Sentence to Last include: Openings, Story Endings, The Magnificent Middle, Story Structure, Titles, Writing Titles, Fifteen Ways to Generate Titles, Purpose and Theme, Theme Types, Parts of a Book, Front Matter, Copyright Page, Body and Back Matter, Back Cover Blurb, and so forth.

And there’s more… You won’t be alone in processing all this new information. You’ll have the support of others just like yourself who are writing important stories, traveling the same path as you are. You’ll also have the encouragement and inspiration of Patricia Charpentier, multi-award winning author of Eating an Elephant: Write Your Life One Bite at a Time with you each step of the way.

Vintage Telephone by Vectorolie (Flipped)Join Patricia as she presents Write a Great Story–First Sentence to Last, which includes:

  • group coaching (group program only)
  • exclusive access to an online community where you can post your stories, request feedback, ask questions, respond to fellow participants’ stories and comments
  • outlines, worksheets, handouts, and other written materials to complement the training modules
  • random notes of encouragement and writing tips to keep you on track
  • lifetime access to training modules to review at your leisure
  • and much, much more

You may be thinking: Wow, a program that includes this much must cost a fortune! It should, but it doesn’t. Patricia wants as many people to participate as possible, so she’s deliberately kept the price down. Sign up for Write a Great Story–First Sentence to Last for just $99.

Plus, Write a Great Story–First Sentence to Last comes with a money-back guarantee. Go through the first module, do the work recommended, and if you find the program doesn’t meet your needs, just let Patricia know, and she’ll refund your payment in full. No questions asked.

Sign up today and learn how to make your stories come to life in Write a Great Story–First Sentence to Last!

sign upWrite a Great Story–First Sentence to Last is taken from the Finish My Book in 90 Days coaching program and part of Writing Your Life’s See It Through series of instructional offerings.



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