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Sarah Mussi

Sarah Mussi is the author of The Door Of No Return, The Last Of The Warrior Kings, Angel Dust and Siege.

Sarah holds a BFA from Winchester School of Art and an MA from the Royal College of Art. She spent over 15 years living in west Africa and now teaches English in the UK.

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Sarah Mussi’s author website: www.sarahmussi.com

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On Creating Conflict (Secrets Of Narrative Drive), by Sarah Mussi

Narrative Drive Is Not Related To Literary Merit (Secrets Of Narrative Drive), by Sarah Mussi

Setting Up A Suspenseful Plot (Secrets Of Narrative Drive), by Sarah Mussi

Creating Empathy For Your Characters (Secrets Of Narrative Drive), by Sarah Mussi

Creating An Underdog Character (Secrets Of Narrative Drive), by Sarah Mussi

Characters With Goals (Secrets Of Narrative Drive), by Sarah Mussi

Sustaining A Plot With Obstacles And Sub-Goals (Secrets Of Narrative Drive), by Sarah Mussi

Maintaining Suspense Throughout Your Plot (Secrets Of Narrative Drive), by Sarah Mussi

A Page-Turning Plot = A Character-In-Action (Secrets Of Narrative Drive), by Sarah Mussi

Challenging Your Protagonist (Secrets Of Narrative Drive), by Sarah Mussi

Guiding A Reader’s Experience Throughout Your Novel (Secrets Of Narrative Drive), by Sarah Mussi

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  1. On Creating Conflict (Secrets Of Narrative Drive), by Sarah Mussi | Writing Teen Novels
  2. Month In Review with Steve Rossiter (January 2013) | Writing Teen Novels
  3. Narrative Drive Is Not Related To Literary Merit (Secrets Of Narrative Drive), by Sarah Mussi | Writing Teen Novels
  4. Month In Review with Steve Rossiter (February 2013) | Writing Teen Novels
  5. Setting Up A Suspenseful Plot (Secrets Of Narrative Drive), by Sarah Mussi | Writing Teen Novels
  6. Setting Up A Suspenseful Plot (Secrets Of Narrative Drive), by Sarah Mussi | Writing Teen Novels
  7. Month In Review with Steve Rossiter (March 2013) | Writing Teen Novels
  8. Creating Empathy For Your Characters (Secrets Of Narrative Drive), by Sarah Mussi | Writing Teen Novels
  9. Month In Review with Steve Rossiter (April 2013) | Writing Teen Novels
  10. Creating An Underdog Character (Secrets Of Narrative Drive), by Sarah Mussi | Writing Teen Novels
  11. Month In Review (May 2013) | Writing Teen Novels
  12. Characters With Goals (Secrets Of Narrative Drive), by Sarah Mussi | Writing Teen Novels
  13. Month In Review (June 2013) | Writing Teen Novels
  14. Maintaining Suspense Throughout Your Plot (Secrets Of Narrative Drive), by Sarah Mussi | Writing Teen Novels
  15. Month In Review (July 2013) | Writing Teen Novels
  16. Sustaining A Plot With Obstacles And Sub-Goals, by Sarah Mussi | Writing Teen Novels
  17. Month In Review (August 2013) | Writing Teen Novels
  18. A Page-Turning Plot = A Character-In-Action (Secrets Of Narrative Drive), by Sarah Mussi | Writing Teen Novels
  19. Month In Review (September 2013) | Writing Teen Novels
  20. Guiding A Reader’s Experience Throughout Your Novel (Secrets Of Narrative Drive), by Sarah Mussi | Writing Teen Novels
  21. Month In Review (November 2013) | Writing Teen Novels

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