Genghis Khan's Rules for (Warriors) Writers
by David Wilkin
Genghis Khan came from the Steppes of Mongolia, a family torn apart by neighboring tribes, to unite those tribes, or defeat them, and then conquer the greater part of the known world. His heirs would continue his conquest right to the edge of western society. The world feared the Mongols, and Genghis. Now, you can benefit, as a writer from the lessons he has to impart. Lessons on how, with the changing world of publishing, you can perfect your work. He'll show you how to write good material for this new age of book publishing.
10 simple lessons, and you will be on your way to conquering the bookshelves of the 21st century. This short book will have you learning all you really need to know to elevate your writing to the next level. These simple lessons will start you on the road to better writing as a member of the Horde in no time.
There are lessons on crafting a story, plot, character development, pacing. All told with some cheekiness as Genghis, well you can use your imagine, he is long gone. He was also a barbarian leader that did conquer a large part of the world.
- Regency Assembly Press, February 2013
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