30 Steps to Becoming a Writer and Getting Published: The Complete Starter Kit for Aspiring Writers

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Writer's Digest Books, 1993 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 166 pages
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Part workbook, part inspirational guide, part information source, this book will give readers the foundation for starting to write. If readers follow along with the book and take the steps in order, they'll have conceived and written a manuscript that is ready for submission--and become a writer ready for new challenges.

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Actually a very good book for writing, and you can read it for pleasure as well. Very fun. Liked it a lot. Read full review

Review: 30 Steps to Becoming a Writer: And Getting Published : The Complete Starter Kit for Aspiring Writers

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Actually a very good book for writing, and you can read it for pleasure as well. Very fun. Liked it a lot. Read full review

Contents

One ACQUIRE THE BASIC TOOLS
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Three BEGIN A WRITERS NOTEBOOK
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Five NOTE YOUR INTERESTS ENTHUSIASMS
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Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Scott Edelstein is a consultant, literary agent, and widely published freelance writer for many businesses, nonprofits, and government organizations. His latest book is Living with Co-occurring Addiction and Mental Health Disorders: A Handbook for Recovery. The author of fourteen books, he lives in Minneapolis.

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