How I Found the Write Path by Carrie Butler & P.K. Hrezo +

How I Found the Write Path A Compilation of Letters by Carrie Butler & P.K. Hrezo
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Overview: In this endearing compilation, over sixty authors share letters written to their past selves, candidly sharing what they might not always discuss in public. The hope is that those of you who haven’t published will learn from their experiences. And those of you who have published? Well, you just might realize you’re not alone.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational

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Fiction Writing – Write, Polish and Publish Your First Novel

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How to Write Reports and Proposals by Patrick Forsyth

How to Write Reports and Proposals: Package Your Ideas; Present With Confidence; Persuade Your Audience, 2nd Ed. by Patrick Forsyth
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Overview: Getting a message across on paper and presenting a proposal in a clear and persuasive form are vital skills for anyone in business. How to Write Reports and Proposals offers pointers for anyone who needs to impress, convince, or persuade their colleagues or clients. Using checklists, exercises and examples, it explains how to plan what to write, how to transfer ideas onto paper, and how to edit them to achieve the best results. There is also valuable information on the power of language, persuasive writing, and presentation.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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How to Write Magical Words by Edmund R. Schubert +

How to Write Magical Words: A Writer’s Companion by Edmund R. Schubert
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Overview: "How To Write Magical Words: A Writer’s Companion" is a compilation of essays originally published on MagicalWords.net, a popular writing blog with thousands of regular followers. Distilling three years worth of helpful advice into a single, portable volume, it contains nearly 100 essays.

Many of these essays are accompanied by comments and questions from the blog’s readers, along with the author’s response, making this volume unique among how-to books on any subject.

The core members of Magical Words–David B. Coe, A.J. Hartley, Faith Hunter, Stuart Jaffe, Misty Massey, C.E. Murphy, and Edmund R. Schubert–have experience writing and editing fantasy, mysteries, thrillers, romance, science fiction, non-fiction, and more. This group is uniquely qualified to cover the full spectrum of writing-related issues. "How To Write Magical Words: A Writer’s Companion" is a book that belongs in the library of anyone interested in the craft of writing, the business of writing, and the writing life.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational

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Harmon Brothers – Write Ads That Sell

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How To Not Write Bad: The Most …

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Python -learn How To Read Write Copy Move Search Excel Files

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The Technology of Fiction write great novels and stories

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Be a Writing Machine: Write Faster and Smarter Beat Writers Block and Be Prolific [Audiobook]

Be a Writing Machine: Write Faster and Smarter Beat Writers Block and Be Prolific [Audiobook]

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Working Sex: Sex Workers Write About a Changing Industry


Working Sex: Sex Workers Write About a Changing Industry
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So You Want to Write by Marge Piercy & Ira Wood

So You Want to Write: How to Master the Craft of Writing Fiction and Memoir (2nd Ed) by Marge Piercy & Ira Wood
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Overview: Revised and updated with over 100 new pages, seven all new chapters, and 30 new exercises, this expanded second edition of Piercy and Wood’s widely acclaimed hands-on workshop explains all the elements essential to writing novels, short stories, and memoirs and delivers the information you need to get them published.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational > Writing Skills

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Screenwriting Masterclass How To Write Fascinating Scenes

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How Musicals Work and How to Write Your Own via Julian Woolford

How Musicals Work and How to Write Your Own via Julian Woolford
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Overview: Musicals are the preferred type of level leisure as of late, with the West End and Broadway ruled via a large number of long-running hits. But for each Wicked or Phantom of the Opera, there are dozens of casualties that did not fare somewhat so smartly. In this guide, Julian Woolford explores the musical-theatre canon to give an explanation for why and the way some musicals paintings, why some do not, and what you must (and should not) do in case you are considering of writing your personal.

Drawing on his revel in as a a hit creator and director of musicals, and as a lecturer in writing musicals on the University of London, Woolford outlines each step of the inventive procedure, from hatching the preliminary concept and creating a construction for the paintings, via developing the guide, the tune and the lyri, and directly to the the most important technique of rewriting. He then guides the reader via getting a musical produced, with useful recommendation about producing long term productions and maintaining a profession.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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