Write Now! Let Your Writing Talents Emerge

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Strategic Book Publishing, Apr 1, 2012 - Self-Help - 168 pages
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So, you want practical information about writing, especially which writing outlet would best suit you. Maybe you have always wanted to try your hand at a novel, a play, or a screenplay. Perhaps poetry has always intrigued you, but you don't know where to start. Maybe you've wanted to write a biography of someone you admire, or even pen a book about yourself. Why not write a song? It's all here in Write Now! Let Your Writing Talents Emerge. The book is written by George A.M. Heroux, a Renaissance man, who has done it all in writing success. He has written a best-selling novel, But for the Crash, a book of plays and poetry, three non-fiction books, six plays that have been produced for the stage, two screenplays that have been made into movies, four songs that have been professionally recorded, and many newspaper and magazine articles. The author is a lawyer, a victim advocate, and a university professor. He has a J.D. from Albany Law School and an M.B.A. from Florida Atlantic University. In addition, he has participated in theater as an actor, director, and producer, and has appeared in several movie productions. Renaissance man? Absolutely.
 

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Contents

Why Not a Screenplay?
11
Your Own Story
25
Roses Are Red Writing Poetry
38
Do It for a Song
57
Blogging Is Hot
75
Good Stuff about Punctuation
94
Short Play Moving On
111
Some Poetry from My Friends
128
My Favorite Mj Blogs
148
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About the author (2012)

George A.M.Heroux is the executive director and attorney for Victim Impact Speakers, a nonprofit organization that assists families of drunk, reckless, and distracted driving victims at no charge. He teaches at Robert Morris University as an adjunct in the areas of law, theater, and film studies. He is the father of three daughters and lives with his wife, Jean, in Springfield, Illinois.

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