How To Find A Book Using A Plot Or Vague Description

You scrape your memory for something you can use in your search for a forgotten book title.

But what are the best details to use if all you’ve got is a vague description?

Fortunately for you, forgetting book titles is such a normal human thing that we’ve devised a number of clever ways to get around that. 

It might seem unlikely to find a book title by plot or description, but it can be done. 

The first step is to take an inventory of what you do remember. 

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How To Write A Book In Google Docs

How to Write a Book in Google Docs

If you’ve used Google Docs for school or writing blog posts, you know it’s versatile, intuitive, and free to use.

So, while it may not be the first word-processing tool you think of for writing books, there are plenty of reasons why it should be one of your top three. 

After looking through this post, it might even become your number one option. 

This guide will get you from blank page (or blog post) to finished book, with simple step-by-step instructions and screenshots that show you exactly what to do. 

Is Google Docs a Good Place to Write a Book? 

The short answer: Yes. It can be — if you know how to use it. 

If you’re asking, “Why use Google Docs when there’s Microsoft Word, Scrivener, etc.?” consider the following perks of using Google’s cloud-based word processing program:

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101 Of The Best Mood Words To Use In Writing Fiction

Think of a story you’ve read that you keep going back to.

We bet if we asked you, “Why that book?” you’d tell us it’s because of how the book makes you feel.

It’s not that the author forced an emotion on you.

They just guided you in the direction of a particular mood. 

Wondering how to describe mood, exactly?

It’s what you feel when you’re reading a story.

And, hopefully, it’s exactly what the author intended. 

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