Editions Abisai

presents the series

“Writing to Create a World”

introducing the formation

“Young Authors”

Telling a story is part of our genetic legacy and is imprinted in the collective memory.

 

A simple but complete formation in 13 modules on how to design, write, and print your book…

No matter your age, topic or genre.

We are born for stories!

Several examples and excerpts from Young Authors’ books are used as introductions or to complete every module.

“Writing to Create a World”

Dive into the heart of mysteries,

Extract the knowledge from it,

Go beyond your imaginary,

Draw these words from the bottom of your soul,

And create unique stories!

“Writing to Create a World”

stimulate in less than 11 minutes your imaginary, gives you the breath to begin, continue AND finish your tale.

Are you ready? Click on the picture and discover an imaginary world!

What does the training bring you?

 – Why do we create stories? √

– What are your problems when you start writing your story, whether it’s 1 or 300 pages? √

– How to begin my story? √

– How to continue and finish my story? √

– The challenge and difficuty of writing is like sports training √

– Write to align words, tell, or show √

– Managing emotions √

– What is your performance? You write by the hour, by event, or by number of words? √

– How to design and produce your cover page? √

– How to print and assemble your book? √

– How to fix problems? √

– Edition, correction, revision, is it necessary? √

Do you have any other easy questions? Rather, let’s get straight to the point. You have questions, I have answers and they can be found in the full training program. Come take a look! Go lower, you can’t miss it!

And to see if it really works… (yes, it does), I even give you the first training for free, it is from the video  “When is your turn?” All I ask is you sign up and try it out. If you like, stay with us!

If you do not like it or it is not for you, unsubscribe. No question. Simpler than that, it’s hard to find!

The prologue

– What is it and what is its purpose?

– The hook effect

– The statement- the proclamation of facts, launching of conflicts, beginning of a story, etc.

– The provocative effect – how to use it to write?

– Emotions management – why to have these feelings in your story?

– The challenge and the difficulty to write, sports training!

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Based on the video “When is your turn?” including a PDF document of more than 70 pages.

Chapter 1

The 3 Pillars of Writing

There are 3 pillars you can count on to write a story. You miss one, and there is something missing in your tale. So why not knowing them and here they come to the “rescue” in case you don’t really know how to begin a story, or a chapter, or continue a paragraph, or “there is something missing in my story…”

– The styles, the genres, your voice

– How to write the beginning of a book, chapter or paragraphe

– How to finish a story: “The End”

– Pillar 1: If you do not know how to to begin your story or you have an inspiration failure

– Pillar 2: so, what’s going on in your story?

– Pillar 3: to move your story forward actively and quickly

– Use the three pillars to build your story

 

Videos + interactive PDF documents and exercises included

Chapter 2

The Ideas Factory

We build a mindmap with keywords and try to avoid long sentences. This is a tool to get ideas and some keywords are great to do so. However, there is no right way or right order to use these question words.

– Originality: go off the beaten trail

– Themes or genres

– A great theme for a great story

– What is a “mindmap”?

– Method 1 – The simplest method for the greatest stimulation

– Method 2 – With definition

– Method 3 – With families

– Method 4 – Go fishing

– Method 5 – With theme

– The mindmap application and software

Videos + interactive PDF documents and exercises included

 

Chapter 3

Build a Timeline

It is good to have so many ideas, but how do we place them as a story? This is where we use a timeline. We will organize this timeline in such a way that we have a beginning, a middle, a climax, and an end. Before you put the first word of your story, you know exactly what is going to happen and how your story will end. On this timeline, there are 4 specific points that are important.

– The 4 peaks

– The hook/the source of the conflict

– First conflict, the start of the stake

– Second conflict, the death (literal or figurative sense)

– Third conflict, the climax

– A bio-rhythm – your story lives

– The heart rhythm– a repetitive rhythm, sustained, strong

– The race – a frantic pace, tension, and suspense

 

Videos + interactive PDF documents and exercises included

Chapter 4

An Elaborated Structure

As we know how to have a good upward slope in the story, now is the time to build the structure. But why to have a structure? The structure will allow you to build what will happen in each chapter. These little summaries will serve as a roadmap and guide you on your journey as a writer. One of the advantages, you choose what you want to write according to the time you have.

– The elaboration of the narrative

– The page turner effect

– Restructuring

– Changes to follow the story

– The substructure and how to use it

– Find ideas and materialize them in paragraphs and chapters

– And many more advantages

 

Videos + interactive PDF documents and exercises included 

Chapter 5

Create suspense, challenge, and emotions

Is there action in your story? Is it challenging and makes the reader turning page after page? Are your characters alive, trying to survive and overcome the conflict?

– What a suspense is

– How to create a suspense

– The characters’ challenge

– The compressor effect

– Why emotions

 

 

Videos + interactive PDF documents and exercises included

Chapter 6

How to be well prepared: Tools

This is very good to have ideas, to assemble them and make a wonderful book. But, as any good carpenter, do you have all the tools required to make your life easier?

– Resourcefulness 101: indispensables tools wihout spending money

– Google doc for all

– Electronic dictionaries

– Synonyms and antonyms

– Internet and search engines (Google map; name generators; etc)

– Mindset

– Perfect place for writing: your brain

 

Videos + interactive PDF documents and exercises included

Chapter 7

Everything on Paragraphs : 3 Master Keys

The most common question I hear: I don’t know what to write… how do I begin the chapter?

– Words option

– The usefulness of forming sentenes

– What is a paragraph and why do we need to make it

– How to develop a paragraph

– What is a chapter

– Master Key 1: The main idea

– Master Key 2: Space-time creation

Master Key 3 : Themes and sub-themes

 

Vidéos + documents PDF interactifs et exercices inclus

Chapter 8

The Philosophy Behind Writing

It’s good to write, but you still have to know why. What is this force that drives you to write a book? Are you ready for countless lonely days to roam your universe and save the world? Writing requires time, a lot of time, and is not as easy as we may think.

– How to write wihout writing

– The growth of your story

– When to write and how to manage your time

– Where your story begins

– How to think and act

– The rhythm, the habits, the routine

Opportunities to adjust and modify your story

 

Videos + interactive PDF documents and exercises included

Chapter 9

Problems and Solutions

As we have just seen, writing is not that easy. Problems will crop up and surprise you when you let your guard down and say to yourself, “Okay, it’s easy to write!” So ask yourself the question, maybe you are missing something important?

– The blank page syndrome

– How to avoid the «fake» author’s block

– The characters

– The setting

– The conflicts

– The fluidity of your story

– The compressor effect

 

Vidéos + interactive PDF documents and exercises included

Chapter 10

Editing, Proofreading and correctors

Have you finished writing your adventure? Congratulations! But still, it’s not yet time to rest on your laurels. You still have a huge amount of work to do, and infortunately, as an author, the less interesting part.

– Simple and free correctors

– “The” corrector

– Kindle tablet

– Touch-screen laptop/tablet

– The easiest way to edit and correct

 

 

Videos + interactive PDF documents and exercises included

Chapter 11

The Cover Page, Printing and Assemble your Book

A picture is worth a thousand words. If you are told that the cover page is not important, go for a run or laugh! The cover page is your first step in selling your book, regardless of the genre. Your cover page speaks to your future client. It has to be attractive, captivating, imaginative and represent your content, what you have been creating for long hours.

– Software or applications to prepare and print

– How to print, assemble and prepare your book for gluing

– A picture is worth a thousand words: the cover page!

– Fonts option and position of credits an title(s)

– 2 examples using Photoshop:

     –Cover page 1

     — Cover page 2

 

Videos + interactive PDF documents and exercises included

Chapter 12

Publishing, a Story to Follow Closely

You end up with a book in your hands. Then? The question has struck more than one and many have flipped this question over and over again without being overwhelmingly successful, or have sold enough to carry on and have more than enough income to live off of it, or them. I know, this is your dream too.

– What to do with your book ?

– Internet publication

– The electronic book and its formats

– Commercial printing

– Technical requirements

– A testing book?

– The other book

– The series

– The witch hunt and the stake, how to deal with it?

– Looking for an agent or becoming an author-entrepreneur ?

 

Videos + interactive PDF documents and exercises included