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The repository contains scripts to generate an ebook in the EPUB format from the posts at tor.com. More details at <https://www.tor.com/series/never-say-you-cant-survive-by-charlie-jane-anders/>.
The book is available for pre-order at [Amazon.com](https://www.amazon.com/Never-Say-You-Cant-Survive-ebook/dp/B08JK8XD1N) or [Indiebound](https://www.indiebound.org/book/9781250800015).
Support the author by getting the book at [Amazon.com](https://www.amazon.com/Never-Say-You-Cant-Survive-ebook/dp/B08JK8XD1N), [Indiebound](https://www.indiebound.org/book/9781250800015), [Barnes and Noble](https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/never-say-you-cant-survive-charlie-jane-anders/1137655286?ean=9781250800015). Audiobook coming soon [on Audible](https://www.amazon.com/Never-Say-You-Cant-Survive/dp/B08XDQGS5Q/).
## How to run
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## Contents
(All links to Tor.com)
<details><summary>Section I - Introduction</summary><ol>
<li>How To Make Your Own Imaginary Friends</li>
<li>Imposter Syndrome Is Just Part of Being a Writer</li>
<li>Embrace Uncertainty: The Joy of Making a Giant Mess</li>
<li>Everything Is Broken! What Should I Write About?</li>
<li markdown=1>[How To Make Your Own Imaginary Friends][c1]</li>
<li markdown=1>[Imposter Syndrome Is Just Part of Being a Writer][c2]</li>
<li markdown=1>[Embrace Uncertainty: The Joy of Making a Giant Mess][c3]</li>
<li markdown=1>[Everything Is Broken! What Should I Write About?][c4]</li>
</ol></details>
<details><summary>Section II - Whats A Story, and How Do You Find One?</summary><ol>
<li>Dont Be Afraid to Go on Lots of First Dates With Story Ideas</li>
<li>The Secret to Storytelling? Just One Good Scene, and Then Another, and Another.</li>
<li>The Most Powerful Thing a Story Can Do Is Show How People Change</li>
<li>A Good Plot Is Made Out of Two Things</li>
<li>How to Tell a Thrilling Story Without Breaking Your Own Heart</li>
<li>The Ending Is The Beginning</li>
<li markdown=1>[Dont Be Afraid to Go on Lots of First Dates With Story Ideas][c5]</li>
<li markdown=1>[The Secret to Storytelling? Just One Good Scene, and Then Another and Another][c6]</li>
<li markdown=1>[The Most Powerful Thing a Story Can Do Is Show How People Change][c7]</li>
<li markdown=1>[A Good Plot Is Made Out of Two Things][c8]</li>
<li markdown=1>[How to Tell a Thrilling Story Without Breaking Your Own Heart][c9]</li>
<li markdown=1>[The Ending Is The Beginning][c10]</li>
</ol></details>
<details><summary>Section III - Your Feelings are Valid—and Powerful</summary><ol>
<li>Hold On To Your Anger. Its a Storytelling Goldmine</li>
<li>People Are Only as Interesting as Their Relationships</li>
<li>One Easy Way to Feel Better About the World</li>
<li>Revision Is the Process of Turning Fake Emotion Into Real Emotion</li>
<li>Twelve Ways to Keep the Fun of Writing Alive</li>
<li markdown=1>[Hold On To Your Anger. Its a Storytelling Goldmine][c11]</li>
<li markdown=1>[People Are Only as Interesting as Their Relationships][c12]</li>
<li markdown=1>[One Easy Way to Feel Better About the World][c13]</li>
<li markdown=1>[Revision Is the Process of Turning Fake Emotion Into Real Emotion][c14]</li>
<li markdown=1>[Twelve Ways to Keep the Fun of Writing Alive][c15]</li>
</ol></details>
<details><summary>Section IV - What We Write About When We Write About Spaceships</summary><ol>
<li>How to Write a Political Story Without Falling on Your Face</li>
<li>Good Worldbuilding Shows How Things Could Be Different</li>
<li>The Unexamined Story Is Not Worth Writing</li>
<li>Weirdness Gives Me the Strength To Keep Going</li>
<li>When Is It Okay To Write About Someone Elses Culture or Experience?</li>
<li markdown=1>[How to Write a Political Story Without Falling on Your Face][c16]</li>
<li markdown=1>[Good Worldbuilding Shows How Things Could Be Different][c17]</li>
<li markdown=1>[The Unexamined Story Is Not Worth Writing][c18]</li>
<li markdown=1>[Weirdness Gives Me the Strength To Keep Going][c19]</li>
<li markdown=1>[When Is It Okay To Write About Someone Elses Culture or Experience?][c20]</li>
</ol></details>
<details><summary>Section V: How to Use Writerly Tricks to Gain Unstoppable Powers</summary><ol>
<li>Find Your Voice and Make It LOUD</li>
<li>A Strong Narrator Can Help You Weave a Spell of Protection</li>
<li>When the World Goes Loopy, You Can Become a Master of Time and Space</li>
<li>Irony Doesnt Have To Be the Enemy of Feels. They Can Team Up, In Fact!</li>
<li>Write The Book That Only You Could Have Written</li>
<li markdown=1>[Find Your Voice and Make It LOUD][c21]</li>
<li markdown=1>[A Strong Narrator Can Help You Weave a Spell of Protection][c22]</li>
<li markdown=1>[When the World Goes Loopy, You Can Become a Master of Time and Space][c23]</li>
<li markdown=1>[Irony Doesnt Have To Be the Enemy of Feels. They Can Team Up, In Fact!][c24]</li>
<li markdown=1>[Write The Book That Only You Could Have Written][c25]</li>
</ol></details>
## License
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## Other Projects
A list of my other EBook generation projects: <https://captnemo.in/ebooks/>.
A list of my other EBook generation projects: <https://captnemo.in/ebooks/>.
[c1]: https://www.tor.com/2020/05/12/never-say-you-cant-survive-how-to-get-through-hard-times-by-making-up-stories/
[c2]: https://www.tor.com/2020/05/19/never-say-you-cant-survive-imposter-syndrome-is-just-part-of-being-a-writer/
[c3]: https://www.tor.com/2020/05/26/never-say-you-cant-survive-embrace-uncertainty-the-joy-of-making-a-giant-mess/
[c4]: https://www.tor.com/2020/06/09/never-say-you-cant-survive-everything-is-broken-what-should-i-write-about/
[c5]: https://www.tor.com/2020/06/16/never-say-you-cant-survive-dont-be-afraid-to-go-on-lots-of-first-dates-with-story-ideas/
[c6]: https://www.tor.com/2020/06/23/never-say-you-cant-survive-the-secret-to-storytelling-just-one-good-scene-and-then-another-and-another/
[c7]: https://www.tor.com/2020/06/30/never-say-you-cant-survive-the-most-powerful-thing-a-story-can-do-is-show-how-people-change/
[c8]: https://www.tor.com/2020/07/14/never-say-you-cant-survive-a-good-plot-is-made-out-of-two-things/
[c9]: https://www.tor.com/2020/07/21/never-say-you-cant-survive-how-to-tell-a-thrilling-story-without-breaking-your-own-heart/
[c10]: https://www.tor.com/2020/07/28/never-say-you-cant-survive-the-ending-is-the-beginning/
[c11]: https://www.tor.com/2020/08/04/never-say-you-cant-survive-hold-on-to-your-anger-its-a-storytelling-goldmine/
[c12]: https://www.tor.com/2020/08/11/never-say-you-cant-survive-people-are-only-as-interesting-as-their-relationships/
[c13]: https://www.tor.com/2020/08/18/never-say-you-cant-survive-one-easy-way-to-feel-better-about-the-world/
[c14]: https://www.tor.com/2020/08/25/never-say-you-cant-survive-revision-is-the-process-of-turning-fake-emotion-into-real-emotion/
[c15]: https://www.tor.com/2020/09/01/never-say-you-cant-survive-twelve-ways-to-keep-the-fun-of-writing-alive/
[c16]: https://www.tor.com/2020/09/08/never-say-you-cant-survive-how-to-write-a-political-story-without-falling-on-your-face/
[c17]: https://www.tor.com/2020/09/15/never-say-you-cant-survive-good-worldbuilding-shows-how-things-could-be-different/
[c18]: https://www.tor.com/2020/09/22/never-say-you-cant-survive-the-unexamined-story-is-not-worth-writing/
[c19]: https://www.tor.com/2020/09/29/never-say-you-cant-survive-weirdness-gives-me-the-strength-to-keep-going/
[c20]: https://www.tor.com/2020/10/06/never-say-you-cant-survive-when-is-it-okay-to-write-about-someone-elses-culture-or-experience/
[c21]: https://www.tor.com/2020/10/13/never-say-you-cant-survive-find-your-voice-and-make-it-loud/
[c22]: https://www.tor.com/2020/10/20/never-say-you-cant-survive-a-strong-narrator-can-help-you-weave-a-spell-of-protection/
[c23]: https://www.tor.com/2020/11/03/never-say-you-cant-survive-when-the-world-goes-loopy-you-can-become-a-master-of-time-and-space/
[c24]: https://www.tor.com/2020/11/10/never-say-you-cant-survive-irony-doesnt-have-to-be-the-enemy-of-feels-they-can-team-up-in-fact/
[c25]: https://www.tor.com/2020/11/17/never-say-you-cant-survive-write-the-book-that-only-you-could-have-written/