Manage Your Story Design Project


Non-Fiction - Self Help
31 Pages
Reviewed on 12/14/2012
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Reviewed by Dr. Oliva Dsouza for Readers' Favorite

"Manage Your Story Design Project" by Hank Quense is a concise, crystal clear, easy to refer road map for all those who aspire to write a book some day. A handy guide book, it lays out the details of developing the story and characters through mind maps. The mind maps are innovatively done and referring to them will ensure that you will not miss out on any detail while planning your story. The design process for a work of fiction has been broken down into a number of steps and helps one to focus their creative energies on the aspects that are necessary and important. The book takes one through the plot path and helps to develop the story without losing focus.

Have you always wanted to write a book, but never knew where to start? Well, "Manage Your Story Design Project" by Hank Quense is a good place to find the answers for your entire how, where, when, and why questions about writing a book. The author has managed to create a book that is easy and fun to refer to, without being too technical. 'The Story- Telling techniques' section is especially interesting as it gives important tips and pointers about keeping the readers hooked onto the story by making it more interesting by “writing” in the correct way. Going through this book would be really helpful as it will make you aware of the common clichés and mistakes that one can avoid while writing a book.