Writer’s Tool Kit, The Secrets of Ghostwriting by D.R. Downer, is a part of TBC Series which is available on Amazon. Starting from the cover of the book, it is way too simple and really tight. The cover has been a name and not designed to catch anyone’s attention. The main focus is on the topic of ghostwriting which the author has explained in a detailed manner by iterating examples. The author has used simple, lucid and precise language to tell the readers about his thought process.
Further, he has given us definitions, what, why and when of ghostwriting. He has taught us about something which we just knew vaguely. I could imagine him explaining me through the presentation.
It is a non- fiction piece which is straight to the point, crisp and reaches the audience without any hassles. It is a 20-page easy read and can be downloaded on your Kindle device at a reasonable price. I would strongly recommend buying this book.
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by D. R Downer
A guide that will tell you everything there is to know about the big, bad, mysterious, and often misunderstood world of Ghostwriting.
Other books in this series
I know its been ages since I have updated any book reviews. I am sorry for being an ignorant towards this. Now I am back with an amazing book review of Generously Yours by Inderpreet Uppal.
Cover: The cover is colourful, fascinating and has stunning colour scheme.
Title/ Sub-Title : The title seems intriguing and unique. This title gave birth to the curiousity to read the book and I am surprised at my speed. Even after months I could finish this book in 15 minutes. The sub title has a deeper meaning attached to it.
Blurb: ‘Love is forever’ or so thought Diya.
Shy, bookish and loving, Diya never thought she would ever need to be anything else. Her charmed life slips away from her in ways, she never imagined.
Will Viren be able to sort the jumble of their lives or is it already too late?
A bittersweet story of life, longing, and lasting love.
Theme: The theme could be related as it reminded me of someone with the same issue. I wont reveal what that is about. For that you need to read the book. Love was one such theme that touched the heart.
Plot: The plot did not have much of twist and turns. It was simple and straightforward.
Characterisation: She has beautifully painted her characters. I am already getting attached to Divya and Viren.
Style: Since Inderpreet is an editor henceforth, I can understand her style of writing. She has a unique style of writing which will make you fall in love with the way she play with words. She has used third person narrative, fantabulous descriptions. She has made a simple story lively.
Ending: I felt the ending was different, maybe not the way we readers wanted it to be. Ofcourse, it doesnt have any death scene, thankfully. But she could have done in some other way.
She was a shy, homebody, bookworm, and he a flamboyant, traveler and a nomad.
The early morning strolls and breakfasts in the garden, the meals on the beach.
“At the height of their love affair, they had bought this house, a quaint little home with a patch of a garden, the gnarled bougainvillea tree blooming furiously, the only adornment there and the dual parking. “
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