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by Hampton Bush
They can save the world from a vengeful paranormal terrorist—but only if they first learn the shocking truth
Abandoned as infants in California, brothers Michael and Daniel St. James dream of someday learning their true identities. But when Daniel finally learns the shocking truth in a rural Arkansas town, that dream quickly becomes a nightmare. Before he can warn Michael to stay away, he is brutally attacked, left comatose and enshrouded by a strange blue-violet aura that baffles the doctors. To save his brother, Michael rushes to Arkansas where he falls in love with beautiful librarian Jessica Simms, faces a vengeful paranormal terrorist trying to take over the government, and uncovers a family secret that changes their lives and the world forever.
Intrigue, deep mystical love, bizarre attempts to murder Michael, plus exciting paranormal fireworks—all make Brothers of the Light a blistering, fast-paced read.
by Hampton Bush
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Everything you need to know to master the art and craft of storytelling.
Want to learn the secrets that turn ordinary writers into bestselling authors? Then this is the book for you.
Hampton Bush spent 25 years researching every aspect of the writer's art and craft. Look at the contents of this book. No other book contains so much detail and with so many examples.
How to structure your story so that it holds your reader from first to last.
How to professionally construct a scene so it causes the reader to bite his/her nails until they reach the next scene.
How to choose a generationally "in sync" hero.
How to motivate your hero so that he can never quit trying to solve the story problem.
How choose a point of view (POV) for your story and stay in it.
How to create your story people so they are real, multidimensional characters, not match sticks.
Everything you always wanted to know about dialogue; how to use it to characterize, to describe, to give information and backstory.
How, why and when to properly use beats and attribution in dialogue.
How to properly use description of people and setting without stopping the forward motion of your story.
How to create real suspense to keep your readers on the edge of their seats. This section is unique. You won't find this anywhere else.
How to edit your work, after it has been written.
And many many more insights you won't find in other works.