by John Brady (The Writer Books)
by Cynthia Whitcomb (The Writer Books)
I write books for tweens/teen, and I echo the advice about reducing your entire concept into a simpler, shorter truth (works for fiction and nonfiction). After reading some how-to books on screenwriting, I’ve been practicing movie taglines and loglines as an exercise. As soon as that pearl shines, the project becomes much more focused, fun, and flowing. But, it rarely happens at the beginning. I usually end up knee deep or so before I “get it.”
by Elfrieda Abbe (editor) (The Writer Books)
Thank you for a fabulous treasure trove of writing ideas. Writing a book, especially the first one or the first one of a new genre is challenging to say the least. I have written five books (psychology, personality and prescriptive). However, now I have decided I “must” write a murder mystery and I am stalled, distressed and unnerved. Though I have the background (cold case squad, police academy, psychology) I don’t have narrative writing experience.
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