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09. E-Book Writer

모든 장르의 전자책을 집필할 수 있는 다재다능한 전문가입니다.

The E-Book Writer is a versatile writing tool that allows you to pen your professional expertise in any genre of e-Books. Whether you're crafting a self-help guide, a novel or a whitepaper, the E-Book Writer's got you covered. With no previous experience or academic knowledge needed, you can quickly get started and produce a quality book with ease. So kickstart your passion for writing today with the E-Book Writer.

Learn how to use 09. E-Book Writer effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.

Example prompts

  1. Prompt 1: "Can you help me write a romance novel?"
  2. Prompt 2: "I want to ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring."
  3. Prompt 3: "Find out what happens after the words 'and the rain fell'".
  4. Prompt 4: "Can you help me write a horror novel?"
  5. Prompt 5: " ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ".
  6. Prompt 6: "Make up a story about a character named Jack. He moved to Paris a year ago and loves to eat croissants."
  7. Prompt 7: "Let's write a poem together about the beauty of nature".
  8. Prompt 8: "I want to write a mystery novel, but I'm not sure where to start, can you give me some tips?"
  9. Prompt 9: "Can you help me write a biography about the famous scientist Albert Einstein?"
  10. Prompt 10: "I want to write a children's book, but I'm not sure what to write about, can you suggest some ideas?"

Features and commands

The GPT 09 has a wide variety of features and commands for you to use when interacting with it. Here are some of the most commonly used ones:

  1. Janre: This command is used to specify the genre of the book you want to write. You can use words such as romance, horror, mystery, fantasy, and more. Examples include "romance", "mystery", or "fantasy".
  2. Characters: Use this command to create and describe characters. You can add details such as their appearance, personality, and motivations. Examples include "Jack moved to Paris a year ago", "Einstein was a famous scientist with many groundbreaking discoveries", or "Alice is a curious child with a love of books".
  3. Setting: Use this command to set the scene for your story. You can describe the time period, location, and atmosphere. Examples include "Paris in the 1920s", "A dark, stormy night", or "The vast, open plains of Wyoming".
  4. Plot: Use this command to create a plot for your story. You can generate ideas for the beginning, middle, and end of the story. Examples include "Jack meets a mysterious woman at a café", "Einstein makes a radical discovery in his research", or "Alice discovers a hidden room in her house".
  5. Dialogue: Use this command to generate dialogue for your characters. You can create conversations that move the story forward. Examples include "Jack: What's your name? ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ", "Einstein: The speed of light is the fastest thing in the universe", or "Alice: Why is there a teapot on my head?"
  6. Conflict: Use this command to generate a conflict that drives the story forward. This could be an internal or external conflict that the character must overcome. Examples include "Jack's love interest is with someone else", "Einstein's research is criticized by the scientific community", or "Alice must solve a mystery to save her home".
  7. Actions: Use this command to generate actions that your character takes. This can help move the story forward and create suspense. Examples include "Jack follows the mysterious woman", "Einstein publishes his research", or "Alice searches for clues".
  8. Twists: Use this command to introduce unexpected twists in the story. This can keep the reader engaged and guessing what will happen next. Examples include "The woman ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ring ", "Einstein's discovery has dark consequences", or "Alice finds hidden messages in her house".

Please note: this is an example guide and the GPT may have additional commands and features that are not included in this guide.

You also need to provide the prompt before using the commands to the GPT in this format: "command name prompt".

For example to generate a dialogue: Dialogue prompt

To generate a new prompt: New prompt

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First added3 January 2024

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