How to Write an Uncommonly Good Novel
Ariadne Press, 1990 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 186 pages
In this informative guide, published authors from the Writers Mentor Group offer tricks of the trade, tips and advice on every aspect of writing a good novel.
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Chapter 2Point of View
Chapter 3Bearing and Rearing Literary Characters
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