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March 29 2007 Fiction Writing Newsletter


Fiction Vision Newsletter

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Volume 2, Edition 11

29 March 2007


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In this issue:

- How Not to Write a Novel

- Writing Mysteries

- Related links

- Previous articles

- Fiction Writing Shop


How Not to Write a Novel - Review

How Not to Write a Novel is an acerbic look at the publishing industry by midlist author, David Armstrong. If you have a head-in-the-clouds would-be writer in your family, with no concept of the hard work part of the writing and publishing process, this is the book to get for them.

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Writing Mysteries

The appeal of mystery stories lies in their ability to make the reader feel both clever and baffled by the story. This also makes it a tricky genre to write, because the reader must be satisfied that there was sufficient information for him to solve the mystery, but still be surprised.

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Related links and articles

Writing Romance

Writing Fantasy

Writing Horror


Previous articles on the Fiction Writing site†

Do you need a literary agent?

Writing a book that makes a difference

Setting goals for your writing career


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