Learn How To Write A Novel By Reading Harry Potter By: Scott King & Clark Chamberlain
It’s refreshing to see something new in the writing advice community. Too often we see the same old advice repackaged and sold as something new and innovative. This is not one of those books.
King & Chamberlain bring something original by tapping into the depth of wisdom in Harry Potter. If you’ve not read Harry Potter—or didn’t enjoy the books—the lessons in this book aren’t for you. But, if you like millions of others who were moved, and even had their lives changed by Harry Potter, this book is for you.
Learn how to craft characters that feel more real than your family, plots twist you’ll never see coming, but seem so obvious after the fact, and so much more. J.K. Rowling is a true wordsmith and King & Chamberlain do a masterful job distilling her excellence into understandable chunks. Take the time to learn from the great.
This is a must read for any writer.
About the book:
Learning how to write a novel is hard, but doing so by studying one of the best-selling, most-beloved novels of all time makes it a lot easier.
In this book, authors and former college professors Scott King and Clark Chamberlain will teach you how to write a novel using Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone as their study guide and example.
Each chapter ends with a collection of take aways. To make everything easier to remember and reference, they are reorganized at the end of the book to serve as the perfect guide for helping you write your novel.
Some of the topics covered in this book include:
- Three Act Structure
- Character Arcs
- Creating Conflict
- Layering Mysteries
- Character Development
- Character Voice
- Author Voice
- Active vs. Passive Characters
- Crafting Descriptions
Delve into a deep critical analysis of what makes Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone so special and use the techniques uncovered to craft your own story!
*Neither the authors nor the publishers are affiliated with Rowling, Scholastic, or Bloomsbury. This book is a literary analysis of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone and does not imply any recommendation or affiliation with the Harry Potter franchise. It is meant to further scholarship and is not a spin-off, companion volume, sequel or prequel to the Harry Potter series.*