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Useful Books for Writers

Discussion in 'Café Life' started by Katie-Ellen Hazeldine, Aug 9, 2017.

  1. Katie-Ellen Hazeldine

    Katie-Ellen Hazeldine Venerated Member Founding Member

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    See @Carol Rose's latest addition to The Writing Wiki. I can't reply there to be able to add this one by literary agent Evan Marshall:

    There is a marked leaning towards plotting, while not ignoring pantsing, and a useful section on three modes of writing: action (show not tell) summary (tell not show) and dialogue.
     
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  2. Carol Rose

    Carol Rose Venerated Member Founding Member

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  3. Katie-Ellen Hazeldine

    Katie-Ellen Hazeldine Venerated Member Founding Member

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    Nifty bit of cross referencing there, our @Carol Rose.
     
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    Island Writer Well-Known Member

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    I used a plot coach for my last two novels - she helped a lot! I used to be a pantser, but can definitely see the value of plotting. If anyone is interested, Cathy Yardley has written a very useful book, Rock Your Plot: Rock Your Plot: A Simple System for Plotting Your Novel (Rock Your Writing Book 1) - Kindle edition by Cathy Yardley. Reference Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.
     

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