Writer's Secret Weapon

Reference Guide

by Cheyenne McCray

Bella Media Management

Non-Fiction: Self Help

October 1, 2020

Available in: e-Book

Writer's Secret Weapon
by Cheyenne McCray

What is Writer’s Secret Weapon?

Writer’s Secret Weapon is an idea sparker, a way to add to your story. With this book, you’ll not only learn great tips for writers, but you will also find lists of quick ideas for story components that will keep you going when you’re anywhere in the writing process—in the middle of writing your novel, just starting your outline, putting together your character biographies, trying to meet a deadline, or stuck with writer’s block. Wherever you find yourself, WSW can help.

At some point all of us find ourselves staring at a page, needing some kind of idea to help us move forward. Maybe it’s a career choice in a certain field, or you could need an unusual name, or even a pet’s name, or perhaps it’s a type of weapon you would like to use in a scene. We touch on a number of areas for quick ideas to get you going.

Writer’s Secret Weapon is for all fiction writers. We all know how to Google, but fast and easy rules, especially when you don’t know where to start. This guide can save you hours of searching and going down rabbit holes when you should be writing instead. We wrote a book we would have liked to have earlier in our own careers, and use now. We believe this guide will spur you on in your writing career.

Cheyenne McCray's Bio

Cheyenne McCray is an award winning, New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of upward of 100 novels and novellas. Chey grew up on a ranch in the southeastern corner of Arizona, and enjoys building worlds her readers can get lost in. She lives in a small Arizona town with her hubby and a growing menagerie that includes two dogs (Checkers and Nikki), three ducks (the neighborhood celebrities), and a small flock of chickens. She enjoys gardening, crazy quilting, baking, and of course writing. Find out what Chey is up to these days—cruise her website, follow her on Facebook and Twitter, and even drop her a line or two.