Fiction

Guides to writing fiction, reviewed

Writing the Paranormal Novel

Vampires, ghosts and werewolves are supernatural characters most often found in paranormal novels. Integrating the ...

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Plot Versus Character

Plot versus Character demonstrates how you can develop multi-layered characters from personality traits, ...

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So you think you can spell?

So You Think You Can Spell? is a great way to check your spelling skills and to widen your vocabulary in the ...

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Story Engineering

Novel writers often struggle with planning their work. Story Engineering is a book to help you build the structure ...

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The Breakout Novelist

Every successful novelist gets stuck sometimes. The Breakout Novelist aims to make sure your manuscript stands out ...

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The Book of English Place Names

The Book of English Place Names is an excellent book for exploring place name construction and a good source for ...

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The Craft of Fiction

Learn how to write novels with this guide to writing fiction. This book looks at developing your writing skills to ...

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McCallum's Writing Glossary

McCallum's Writing Glossary provides a guide to the language used in professional book publishing and includes ...

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Beginnings Middles and Ends

Learn how to transfer your story ideas to the page with Beginnings, Middles & Ends. The skill is to convey the ...

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Writing Screenplays That Sell

Starting from the basics of how to find ideas for screenplays that can be developed into a story concept this ...

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How Not To Write a Sitcom

Learn how to write sitcoms with this book packed full of advice, hints and tips for writing sitcoms.

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Imagery and Writing

Ann Palmer's book is all about using pictures and other visual images (yes, even doodles) in order to expand and ...

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