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March 29 2007 Fiction Writing 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.

Read this review

 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.

Read this article

 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

  Fiction Writing Shop at BellaOnline

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