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The Maeve Binchy Writers' Club

Author: Maeve Binchy; et al
Publisher: New York : Anchor Books, 2010.
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In this warm and inspiring guide, beloved author Maeve Binchy shares her unique insight to how a best selling author writes: from finding a subject and creating good writing habits to sustaining progress and seeking a publisher.
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Named Person: Maeve Binchy; Maeve Binchy
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Maeve Binchy; et al
ISBN: 9780307473851 0307473856
OCLC Number: 290464690
Description: ix, 290 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Getting started --
Writers' groups --
Telling a story --
Writing short stories: Eight steps to a short story / Ivy Bannister --
The writer's agent --
Sustaining progress: Maintaining your motivation to write / Norah Casey --
Finding your voice: The road to success / Marian Keyes --
The writer's journey --
Visualizing success --
The role of the editor: To be an editor / Carole Baron --
The writer as a journalist --
Writing for the Internet: Writing for the Internet / Chris Bohjalian --
Tackling men's fiction --
The publisher: The publisher / Paula Campbell --
Writing for stage: What works onstage / Jim culleton --
Murder, mystery and suspense: Writing thrillers and having fun / Julie Parsons --
The importance of language: less is more / Gerald Dawe --
Writing for children --
Writing comedy: Writing comedy / Ferdia Mac Anna --
Good luck.
Responsibility: Maeve Binchy ; with contributions from Ivy Bannister ... [et al.].

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In this warm and inspiring guide, beloved author Maeve Binchy shares her unique insight to how a best selling author writes: from finding a subject and creating good writing habits to sustaining progress and seeking a publisher.

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