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Questions Writers Ask Wise, Whimsical, and Witty Answers from the Pros

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ISBN-10: 1934759325

ISBN-13: 9781934759325

Edition: N/A

Authors: Karen Speerstra, Cleone L. Reed, Corryn Hurst, Ellen Donaldson Allen

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For the first time, you'll find quotations about writing organized by and keyed to real questions writers and authors ask.from 'How do I get started?' to 'Why do writers write, anyway?' to 'What do I do about writer's block' to 'Where do you get your ideas' and 16 more. Authors' voices are heard here that appear in no other collection of writing quotes-lots of women, many recent writers-nearly 6,000 quotations. They offer at times whimsical, clever, witty, at times serious, and helpful insights into the writing game collected and organized by someone who has been in this game for three decades-writing, editing, publishing, consulting.Quotes are small gems of wisdom that I wish I had thought…    
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Book details

List price: $16.95
Publisher: Robert D. Reed Publishers
Publication date: 1/1/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.968
Language: English

Preface
How do I get started?
What do I do about writer's block?
Why do writers write, anyway?
How should I create and handle my characters?
What can you tell me about plots and settings?
Where do you get your ideas?
What can you tell me about writing a novel?
What makes for a good short story?
How do you handle criticism?
Writing is just telling a story-right?
Is rewriting as difficult as it sounds?
What do I need to know about research?
How do I go about writing plays?
Can I write poetry?
How do I go about writing comedy and satire?
What should I know about editors and publishers?
What can you tell me about writing in different genres?
Do you have a writing method?
What should I know about personal writing--journals, diaries, and memoirs?
What do I need to know about writing for children and adolescents?