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seeing a book you've written on display at a local bookstore ... flipping
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by you ... reading your poetry in a respected publication ... noticing your
name in the credits of a movie or television show ... watching a performance of a play you've written ... or finding your personal
essay in a popular book.
a fortunate few writers can become bestselling authors earning millions of dollars
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best fame is a writer's fame. It's enough to get a table at a good restaurant,
but not enough to get you interrupted when you eat."
- Fran Leibowitz
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guide covers topics of vital importance to anyone who wants to achieve
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Your Skills in Different Genres
yourself to write
for getting ideas
a first draft
for All Genres
An introduction to writing poetry
Images in poetry
Rhythm and meter
Conflict, tension, and suspense
Point of view
Nonfiction and Other
True-to-life or as-told-to stories
as a Business
Choosing a title
Editing your manuscript
guide does not go into detail about the mechanics of selling your
writing, because it includes links to excellent resources
on manuscript formats, proposal examples,
Finding your niche
Working with editors
The publishing industry
What to include in a proposal
this guide focuses on helping you develop the skills and traits needed
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and practical exercises.
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small sampling of the advice you'll find in this guide from successful published writers:
"The most important thing
I ever learned about writing is this: you don't have to have an idea big
enough to fill a book in order to start planning a book. All it takes is
a tiny nugget of an idea. Often a "what if?". What if there really
was a perfume that made a woman irresistible? What if a body got tossed
up in someone's garden by an earthquake? What you have to do is prod and
poke this nugget, ask it questions, research its components, play with
it, and give it time to generate more ideas."
- Margaret Chittenden
Published writer of over
100 short stories and articles, three children's books, and 30 novels
"I read my dialogue out
loud to make it believable."
- Madeline Baker
Published author of 36 books
and 7 novellas
"Set reachable goals--finishing
the next chapter, the first draft, the first agent's letter--and reward
yourself for achieving them. This will help maintain your momentum, and
reinforce a sense of ongoing progress."
- T. Davis Bunn
Best-selling author of 14
"I once sent a query to
a magazine that accepted queries and completed articles from writers. They
rejected my query, but I still believed in the match. So, a year later,
I wrote the article and sent it to the same magazine. Published!"
- Kelly Boyer Sagert
Managing editor of a publishing
company and published writer of over 1,000 articles
from a Sample Exercise
way to find significance is to invent your own hurricane or other natural
disaster (earthquake, fire, flash flood, tornado, etc.). Once invented,
answer the following questions:
If you were given 24-hour notice before the big one arrives, what
would you save from your home?
What would you save from your parent's home when you were ____ (choose
What would you choose with just thirty minutes notice?
any items appear in more than one scenario? What does it mean that you
have kept (or would save) these items over time? Explore their significance
in an essay.
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