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Split Timeline: Book Resource

A Split in Time: How to Write Dual Timeline, Split Time, and Time-Slip Fiction by Melanie Dobson and Morgan Tarpley Smith

About the Book:

Title: A Split in Time: How to Write Dual Timeline, Split Time, and Time-Slip Fiction

Authors: Melanie Dobson and Morgan Tarpley Smith

Genre: Writing Skill Reference

Release Date: July 13, 2020

What are the key elements to writing a time-slip novel? Where do you start in your plot? How do you weave together multiple storylines?

In A Split in Time, time-slip authors Melanie Dobson and Morgan Tarpley Smith help fellow writers navigate and then master the challenges of writing a novel with two or more storylines. Within these pages you’ll find:

· Thirteen key components for split time fiction

· Practical tips on building the time-slip structure

· Interviews with bestselling novelists like Lisa Wingate and Susan Meissner

· Analyses of multi-storyline techniques

· Resources to build compelling split time characters, craft your ideas, and weave together multiple timelines

Whether you are a seasoned writer ready for a new journey or a first-time novelist wanting to learn the split timeline format, this workshop-in-a-book provides the necessary skills to weave two or more compelling stories into one time-slip novel!

“A Split in Time is the only craft book I know devoted completely to writers who want to write in the time-slip genre. . .It’s an absolute must for anyone writing split time novels.” – Heidi Chiavaroli, award-winning author of The Tea Chest

“This book is a gold mine of information for those looking to write split time fiction. Highly recommend!” – Lindsay Harrel, best-selling author of The Secrets of Paper and Ink

Have you ever wanted to write in different generations?

Book Review:

An excellent resource for those interested in split timeline. With excellent examples and tips and tricks that will have you well on your way in no time (pun intended), you don’t want to miss out on this book.

Melanie and Morgan have a knack for weeding through the tough pitfalls of writing in different times while simultaneously joining the story together.

Bios:

Melanie Dobson

Writing fiction is Melanie Dobson’s excuse to explore abandoned houses, travel to unique places, and spend hours reading old journals and books. The award-winning author of more than twenty novels, Melanie enjoys stitching together both time-slip and historical fiction including Catching the Wind, Hidden Among the Stars, and Memories of Glass. Melanie’s novels have won four Carol Awards, the Audie Award, and the ForeWord Book of the Year. The Dobson family resides in the Pacific Northwest where she enjoys hiking, teaching, playing games with her girls, and loving on kids in their community. More information about her journey is available at http://www.melaniedobson.com

Melanie’s links

http://melaniedobson.com/

http://timeslipfiction.com/

https://www.facebook.com/pg/MelanieDobsonFiction/posts/

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/409350.Melanie_Dobson

Morgan Tarpley Smith

Morgan Tarpley Smith is an award-winning newspaper reporter and photographer in Louisiana. She writes split time fiction and is the founder of A Split in Time Fiction Group on Facebook and Split Time Fiction that Travels on Goodreads. Besides writing and traveling to over a dozen countries, her interests include hanging out at coffee shops, listening to records, and researching genealogy. She loves going on adventures with her husband and son. For more information, visit http://www.morgantarpleysmith.com

Morgan’s links

https://www.morgantarpleysmith.com

https://www.facebook.com/MorganTarpleySmith

Facebook Group – https://www.facebook.com/groups/501560587264415/

Goodreads Group – https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/1019303-split-time-fiction-that-travels

https://www.instagram.com/writerchic86

https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/4751242-morgan-tarpley-smith

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