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June 14 2007 Fiction Writing Newsletter


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Volume 2, Edition 19

14 June 2007

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In this issue:

- Critiquing your own manuscript

- Related articles

- Writing Mysteries - Review

- Previous articles

- On the forum

- Fiction Writing Shop

 Critiquing your own manuscript

Self-critiquing is a very valuable skill to develop. However it's also very difficult to think neutrally about something you've written yourself. Thankfully, critical reading, even of your own work, can improve with practice.

Read this article

 Related links and articles

Reworking a story – learn from the V for Vendetta adaptation

Adjectives and Adverbs - editing skills

 Writing Mysteries - Review

Some of America's prominent mystery writers have contributed their advice on writing in the mystery genre, in the format of an essay on a specific topic on the craft of mystery writing. The names include Sara Paretsky, Jonathan and Faye Kellerman, Michael Connelly, and Linda Fairstein.

Read this review

 Previous articles on the Fiction Writing site 

Developing your writing style

Writing effective dialogue

The Tough Guide to Fantasyland - Review

 On the Fiction Writing forum

Do you feel the pain each time you try to read your own manuscript? Or is proofreading a breeze for you?

Come and chat with us on the forum!

  Fiction Writing Shop at BellaOnline

Visit the Fiction Writing Shop at BellaOnline for gift ideas to spoil yourself or a friend, or to invest in books to improve your writing craft. 

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