The Secret Pillars of Writing: A Crash Course!

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Jeffrey A. Friedberg, Aug 15, 2010 - Fiction - 81 pages
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Have you wished you could write like your favorite authors? What if you could---almost like magic? Bypass classes, meetings, and long sessions of reading countless books on writing. Why maybe let yourself be led by "authors" who really do not know the modern secrets of blockbuster book and screenplay writing? A crash course in legitimate secrets of writing by a published author with Five-Star acclamations for flair, originality, "roller-coaster" action scenes, and more.

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Friedberg studied writing under the great John Truby, Tyler Tichelaar, Diane O'Connell, Harold Lazarus, George Deaux, Stephen Berg, and the uniquely oriented, one-time convicted triple murderer Jay Smith (sentence overturned due to "prosecutorial misconduct."). Friedberg lives and writes from his mile-high hurricane shelter in the New Mexico desert, in the shadow of a dormant volcano and ancient rock-art, and, therefore, amid ancient gods and spirits of the Native People....

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