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  • How to Write a Damn Good Novel II Advanced Techniues For Dramatic Storytelling
  • James N. Frey
  • English
  • 17 November 2018
  • 9780312104788

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There are problems with this book clearly problems with the entire idea that Frey has embarked on teaching for he had to come up with a second book in his treatise on how to write a novel This is a book that deals with the Craft of writing fiction Throughout the work and the previous work Frey is good enough to uote from many texts to support his concept on how to write your workClearly it does work for him and others It will see you to the finish of writing a novel This book does add and even contradicts the previous work and the concept can not stand without the first book But it is is still slim Both works should be sold and Lover Awakened Part 1 Black Dagger Brotherhood #3 reedited as one work Not two In one place Frey speaks to his immortality through this work That future literary writers will find it on some dusty shelfIn fairness to those future writers Frey should The Stench revisit and tighten up these concepts and the The Life Tree Poems reference to the first book by having this all in one volumeWhat one can take from these works are further discussion on making a character strong enough to entice a The Painter reader A great deal of work dealing with premise of your tale And then how to begin to strengthen the writer for what lays ahead in the یزید refinement of ones product That is somewhat significant for far too many write and can t see that there are flaws in what they have written Worse though is not telling the writer and purchaser of this book the old cliche everyone s a critic That even should the writer come up with the best draft after hundreds of iterations someone will think it flawed stillThat should be the final lesson of the work and Frey nearly touches on it saying to take criticism as you wish That the author is still the creator and thus can do with such criticism as he wishes There of course is no mechanism to decide what is valid criticism or what isn t It is all subjective So while the mechanism s in the two books on crafting our a solid addition the last part on Berlin FeuerlandRoman eines Aufstands revision which Frey says is important is not uite where it needs to be to see to your Damn Good Novel

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