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Reviewed by Connie Anderson
LaMott has been an author and creative writing teacher in California. And in her book Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life, she tells us how she…
Reviewed by Andrea Sisco
When someone is giving me advice or directions I want it brief and direct. In other words, show me the bottom line. Ten Minutes to the Audition, by Janice Lynde, is…
When someone is giving me advice or directions I want it brief and direct. In other words, give me the bottom line. Ten Minutes to the Pitch, by Chris Abbott is just…
Write Screenplays That Sell, by Hal Ackerman is a thorough, clear, concise and practical manual for writing screenplays. The reader is given useful ideas and…
Reviewed by Dawn Dowdle -- email@example.com
Georgia Jensen has been asked to speak at a symposium for historians. When she arrives, she finds things are worse than she'd expected. She…
My soon-to-be published friend Debra introduce me to The Observation Deck -- which I now lovingly call "a writing class in a box."
This is not new, published in…
Most agents shoo away unknown authors. If you get famous, they'll send a limo to take you food shopping and forget they shooed you away when you were…
Reviewed by Jackie Baumgarten
There is no doubt that Laura Lippman has her finger on the social psychological pulse of the American teenager. In To The Power of Three, she examines the very…
Reviewed by Connie Anderson"A man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who cannot read them."-- Mark Twain
Just when I thought I was kind of savvy about word usage, What… more
Reviewed by Connie Anderson (author in training)
First of all, I haven't written a book (yet) but like a lot of people...I have an idea!
From experience with the authors whose books I've…
Reviewed by Jean M. Holewa
The Daring Female's Guide to Ecstatic Living could be a "challenging" title, as it really asks the question whether one is daring enough to read this book.
Reviewed by Dawn Dowdle--www.mysteryloverscorner.com
Kelly Flynn returns to Colorado after her Aunt Helen's death. She inherits her aunt's cottage. It is across the street from her aunt's…
Reviewed by Dawn Dowdle -- www.mysteryloverscorner.com
Kendra Ballantyne is continuing her pet sitting business while studying to take the ethics exam in hopes of reinstating her law degree. …
Reviewed by Julie Failla Earhart
As a writer, I've read my share of how-to books in all aspects of the field. Most of them are about the same. Ann Byle's new collection of essays, The Making…
The Well-Fed Writer: Financial Self-Sufficiency as a Freelance Writer in Six Months or Less, has about every question (and answer) you would need if you have ever…
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