Giveaway: Writing with a Heavy Heart (International)



Writing With a Heavy Heart: Using Grief and Loss to Stretch Your Fiction
By Denise Jaden, author of Losing Faith and Never Enough
Release Date: October 1, 2012

In her first non-fiction book, Denise Jaden explores the stages and outlets of grief and how to implement them into your fiction to create more interesting characters and a more engaging plot. Some topics of this book include: grieving before the loss, spiritual matters, and how grief affects different ages, personality types, and genders. Find out how to implement heavy emotional scenes authentically, without crossing over into melodrama. Learn which authors have done this well, and how they did it.

Denise Jaden’s first two YA novels are infused with grieving and loss, and she’ll explain some of the revision process of getting to the depth of her stories.

“Jaden’s Writing With A Heavy Heart is a must-have for any writer’s craft shelf. The combination of clear guidance and practical exercises allow writers to take their manuscripts to a deeper level.” – Eileen Cook Author of Unraveling Isobel and The Almost Truth

“Writing With A Heavy Heart absolutely nails the grieving process. I love the exercises included, because, to me, they make the whole thing a tangible help in applying it to a work in progress.” – Janet Gurtler, author of If I Tell and Who I Kissed

“Writing With A Heavy Heart has a lot of really good insights on grief and suggestions on how to incorporate them to fiction.” – Lee Strauss, author of The Perception Series

“Jaden’s Writing with a Heavy Heart helped me add layers to my characters who experience loss. The tools provided in this piece make it practical in my writing projects.” – Cindy Callaghan, author of Just Add Magic and Purses, Palaces and Photographic Proof


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5 thoughts on “Giveaway: Writing with a Heavy Heart (International)”

  1. Kristina Vo says:

    Engaging conflict is one of the elements of fiction.

  2. Judith R. says:

    One of the main elements of fiction is engaging conflict.

  3. Rachael says:

    Engaging conflict is one of the elements of fiction

  4. Kenneth Stotridge says:

    Engaging conflict 😮

  5. Julie Link says:

    engaging characters

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