Sometimes you want to write, but don't know what to write about. Sometimes you know what to write about, but not how to make it work. This book will bring you a year's advice and inspiration to move your writing forward. Each two-page spread opens with learning points and advice, followed by interesting exercises to help you put this into practice.This book will help you to create believable characters, write realistic dialogue, find the factors that get a story going, choose the right tense and voice for your stories and work out which writing rules really matter - and how to follow them.
A mixture of autobiographical detail and writing tips, this book of creative guidance and encouragement comes from the pen of writer and lecturer Paul Magrs. After all, there's a novel inside all of us. Paperback, 320 pages.Measures 19.8 x 12.9 x 2.4cm.
A pocket-sized guide to the techniques that writers use to engage their readers, this little book written by a creative writing tutor will give you an introduction into the secret tricks of the trade, and inspire you to new heights of literary greatness. (Or at...
Mouse hunters, treasured pets, characters of fable and associates of the devil: this book features illustrations from the British Library's rich medieval collection as well as anecdotes about cats (both real and imaginary) to provide an unique insight into medieval life and our ancestors relationships...
Both amusing and poignant, this book investigates the relationships between writers and artists - both artists who have been inspired by literature and those who have worked directly with writers. Looking at Paradise Lost and Pilgrim's Progress, Hogarth and Fielding, Wordsworth and Bewick, there is...