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  • Write Tightby William Brohaugh

    Sourcebooks, Inc. 2007; US$ 12.95

    Not since The Elements of Style has a writing guide had the ability to turn a writer’s work around so effectively. more...

  • The Art of the Book Proposalby Eric Maisel

    Penguin Group US 2004; US$ 15.95

    Here is an expert's guide through the elements of a nonfiction book proposal, including the outline, chapter summaries, marketing/publicity, book and chapter titles, and more. Filled with exercises designed to help a writer conceive and create a desirable proposal, and checklists to keep track of the project's progress, The Art of the Book Proposal... more...

  • The Scene Bookby Sandra Scofield

    Penguin Group US 2007; US$ 15.00

    A treasure-trove of scene-writing wisdom from award-winning author and teacher Sandra Scofield To write a good scene, you have to know the following: ? Every scene has an EVENT ? Every scene has a FUNCTION in the narrative ? Every scene has a STRUCTURE: a beginning, middle, and end ? Every scene has a PULSE The Scene Book is a fundamental... more...

  • The Elements of Storyby Francis Flaherty

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 13.99

    ?A splendid book for journalists (new or old), fiction writers, essayists, and critics. But it could also be of great use to the intelligent common reader, the man or woman who wonders why it?s impossible to finish reading certain stories and why others carry the reader in a vivid rush to the end.? ?Pete Hamill, author of A Drinking Life ... more...

  • The Writer?s Guide to Self-Marketing Using Social Networking Sitesby Kristin Kirkland

    Bitingduck Press 2010; US$ 6.95

    Social networking sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Blogger, provide an online space for authors to connect with and expand their audience no matter where the members of that audience reside. This guide will offer creative and innovative ways for authors to network and connect with their audiences using social networking sites. Each chapter... more...

  • The Media Student's Bookby Gill Branston; Roy Stafford

    Taylor and Francis 2010; US$ 41.95

    First Published in 2010. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. more...

  • The Forest for the Trees (Revised and Updated)by Betsy Lerner

    Penguin Group US 2010; US$ 16.00

    Quickly established as an essential and enduring companion for aspiring writers when it was first published, Betsy Lerner's sharp, funny, and insightful guide has been meticulously updated and revised to address the dramatic changes that have reshaped the publishing industry in the decade since. From blank page to first glowing (or gutting) review,... more...

  • Writing Under Pressureby Sanford Kaye

    Oxford University Press, USA 1988; US$ 19.99

    Most writing is done under pressure. An executive has to produce a three-page position paper by tomorrow at nine. A department head suddenly has to write a one-page action memo by noon. A graduate student has a twenty-page research paper due in a week. Yet, while most students and professionals write under pressure--with limited time, limited space,... more...

  • Write Fantastic Non-fiction - and Get It Published: Teach Yourselfby Claire Gillman

    Hodder & Stoughton 2011; Not Available

    ""Write Fantastic Non-fiction and get it Published"" is designed specifically for you, if you want to turn your idea into a book. If you're wondering where to start, this book clearly explains how to select a subject, hone your research skills, explore different genres and styles and edit your work. It does more than simply review the different genres,... more...

  • Creative Bloggingby Heather Wright-Porto

    Springer 2011; US$ 24.49

    Creative Blogging shows you how to start blogging for the very first time to express your creativity, reach out and be heard - and even how to make money with your blog!. You'll start at the right place: The beginning! Learn answers to the most important and popular questions: What is a blog? Do I need a blog? How do I get started? What do I blog... more...