Ron’s Tip of the Day Writing a Series Pt 2

Welcome to Ron’s Tip of the Day. Throughout the week I will share a tip with you. This is an experiment in microblogging. Let me know how I’m doing. Today I am looking at Writing a Series Pt 2.

This is the second part of a two-part series. In Part 1 we looked at the advantages of writing a series. Today we look at the How.

Tips

Here is a breakdown of the 5 advantages turned into tips.

  • I, the writer, can connect my thoughts from one book to another
    • Plant the seeds for the next book in the current book
    • Successfully close current story or plot
  • There is continuity for the reader
    • Leave threads unresolved at end of current book
    • In next book have thoughts, events, etc. ‘look back’ to previous book
  • Research is still there, but not nearly as much
    • Research is always an option
    • Research enables you, the writer, to explore and expand story and series
    • Use Internet, books, movies/videos, and more to develop ideas
  • Author has already laid out the location, time period, and customs
    • When writing new book use previous book as a resource
    • Add new vital information that can be used and expanded in later books
  • It makes writing easier
    • It helps you stay focused on characters and storyline
    • It can speed up your writing
    • It gives you a consistent platform

Generally speaking that is all you need to know. Begin here and allow yourself to grow.

Tip of the Day: Seriously consider turning your book into a series.

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R Frederick Riddle is the Editor of TR Writing Services providing help to struggling and/or new authors to write and publish their books. In addition, he is best known for Christian Historical and Speculative Fiction. He is also co-founder and Vice President of T&R Independent Books where his books are featured. To reply to any blog you have the option of commenting on a blog and/or sending an email to marketing@tr-indbkstore.com. You may also be interested in his Facebook page at RFrederickRiddlesWorld.

Published by R. Frederick Riddle

My wife (Tess) and I are authors and co-founders of T&R Independent Books. Founded in 2014 TR publishes our books and promotes writing. While we write in two different genres (Tess in Teen and mystery, myself in historical fiction) both writings are from a Christian perspective. I am first a Christian and secondly an author. I love writing about Old Testament saints. Whenever I write I always try to place myself within the primary character's shoes. In long novels that means I may focus on different characters at differing times. The result hoped for is that I bring the character to life. Apparently, according to reviewers, I have achieved this. I also write in Speculative fiction (future history, if you will), plus we've not started TR Writing Services to assist new and struggling authors to write and publish using the Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) platform. And we keep our prices low.

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