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A Quick Tip by engelcox

  • Oct 11, 2010
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This is an excellent writer's manual in many ways--I particularly enjoyed the emphasis on reading classics for "what works," the reasoning behind why a writer should know Latin, among others--even while it is totally inappropriate in others--things such as the unrealistic expectations based on Brown's own successes and her failure to understand genres, especially science fiction, fantasy, and mystery. Still, the annotated reading list in the back is amazing for the simple fact that you have a hard time imagining that one person could read all of it, and yet it challenges you to give it a go. So I shall.
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Glen Engel-Cox ()
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Glen is a forty-something communications professional living near Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He grew up in Texas and has also lived inLos Angeles, Colorado, Washington State, and Washington, DC. Glen also … more
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ISBN-10: 055334630X
ISBN-13: 978-0553346305
Author: Rita Mae Brown
Genre: Instruction, Creative Writing & Composition
Publisher: Bantam
Date Published: March 1, 1989
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