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November 2 2006 Fiction Writing Newsletter


Fiction Vision Newsletter

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Volume 1, Edition 11

2 November 2006

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In this issue:

- Review of The Plot Thickens by Noah Lukeman

- Related links and articles

- Previous articles

- On the forum

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 Review of The Plot Thickens by Noah Lukeman 

A little gem of a book that both beginners and advanced writers will get much use from. It’s ideally suited, though, to the writer who is starting their second novel, whether or not the first was a success. I say this because we learn best from our own mistakes, and those going for the second round will have many lightbulb moments either by working through Lukeman’s book on their new idea, or by using it to rewrite the first.

Read this review

 Related articles 

Plot versus Character - which drives the story?

Plotting and writing suspense fiction by Patricia Highsmith

Plotting your story - structure

 Previous articles on the Fiction Writing site 

Writing Horror 

Fiction Writing Jobs

 On the Fiction Writing forum 

Have you dabbled in writing horror? Do you like to read it? Do you read it, but don't think you can write it?

I think horror is a fun genre to play around with. It can also be really cathartic if you allow yourself to get to the bottom of some of your fears.

Have your say on the forum!

 Manuscript Critiques

If you need feedback on a manuscript or short story, see for my rates.

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