3 edition of 5 Editors Tackle the 12 Fatal Flaws of Fiction Writing found in the catalog.
Source title: 5 Editors Tackle the 12 Fatal Flaws of Fiction Writing (The Writers Toolbox Series)
|LC Classifications||Nov 29, 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
nodata File Size: 10MB.
Involve me and I will learn.
So here's a group where we can talk about why we like these books, recommend new authors, swap stories about the Amish way of life and anything else that interests us. This book is a quick read!!
This book is a must-have for every writer! has earned a high spot on those shelves, and will be a recommended resource to the authors I work with and the writers I know. But if I start with the urgent, the important things never get done. Metonymy Giving a thing another name that is associated with it. Lack of Pacing and Tension-Many factors affect pacing and tension: clunky passages, mundane dialogue, unimportant information, and so much more. POV Violations-Head hopping, characters knowing things they can't know, and foreshadowing are just some of the many POV violations explored.
This book lays it all out 5 Editors Tackle the Twelve Fatal Flaws of Fiction Writing demonstrates the deadly dozen pitfalls on the road to a strong story, along with revisions that show writers exactly how to avoid novel failure. Good advice; not-so-good examples The five editors cover 12 subjects and all 12 subjects are, I think, spot-on.
The difference lies in one sound or letter. In terms of the format, each flaw has multiple dimensions examined by the different editors, and examples of before and after passages. January 25, 2020 William Struse• To their credit, the authors all acknowledge that a great many tips are more easily given then followed.
Here are some of the 12 fatal flaws:• The learning curve was immense, my inadequacies as a writer obvious. With suggestions and examples, it's a great book to keep in your writer's toolbox and refer back to when in the midst of writing your novel. If you have a print copy, you may want to mark up these sections. Because we all need to learn to edit brilliantly and to do that we need a blueprint to guide us. I recommend this book to all my writer friends and clients.
Above all, be Christ-like in all that you say and do. The mantra of this book can be summed up in the age old advice about balance in all things, where balance means not too much and not too little. My goal is to help you get that work out of you and into the world. The more 5 Editors Tackle the 12 Fatal Flaws of Fiction Writing devices you know, the more unique your writing can be.
If you are that aspiring author like me, then I encourage you to learn about The 12 Fatal Flaws of Fiction Writing the authors Lakin, Clare, Distler, Patchen and Thomson have shared from their toolbox of experience.