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by Jo Bell
<p>How to be a Poet: A twenty-first century guide to writing well by Jo Bell and Jane Commane. With special guest essays from: Mona Arshi, Clive Birnie, Rishi Dastidar, Jonathan Davidson, Abi Palmer, Robert Peake and Joelle Taylor. How to be a ...eBook
by Keri Smith
At any given, moment, no matter where you are, there are hundreds of things around you that are interesting and worth documenting. <i>Warning </i>To whoever has just picked up this book. If you find that you are unable to use your ...
by GERTRUDE STEIN
An excellent introduction to the unique voice of Gertrude Stein - as well as a treat for her fans - this 1931 book presents the modernist author's thoughts on the art and craft of writing. Stein's experimental style reflects her love of refrain ...
A Manual for Critics, Students and Bloggers
by Mark Fisher
<p>What do you do if you find yourself weeping in the stalls? How should you react to Jude Law's trousers or David Tennant's hair? Are you prepared to receive toilet paper in the post? What if the show you just damned turns out to be a classic? ...eBook
by Jim Edwards
For people who want to test the market and for people who feel they have a book in them, writing an ebook is one way to get started, according to Edwards and Vitale. ...
by ROBERT W. BLY
Packed with income-generating ideas about creating a variety of saleable written works, this guide includes information for researching and writing effective, instructional materials and calling upon a variety of publishing channels, including ...
by Robert Graham
<p>If you are a writer of fiction, this practical handbook will teach you how to acquire your own writer's tool-box. Here you will learn all about developing your craft. The wide-ranging exploration of fiction-writing skills contains many uniqueeBook
by Tony Rossiter
<p>Who hasn’t dreamt of writing a bestseller?</p> <p>Illuminating the best-known works of 50 celebrated authors, writing coach Tony Rossiter shows you exactly how they achieved their phenomenal success. With an expert eye he explains how each ...eBook
by ORSON SCOTT CARD
Learn to write science fiction and fantasy from a master You've always dreamed of writing science fiction and fantasy tales that pull readers into extraordinary new worlds and fantastic conflicts. Best-selling author Orson Scott Card shows you ...
by DOUGLAS P. LYLE
Just because you don't have all the tools and training of a full-time medical examiner doesn't mean you can't learn your way around a crime scene. In Forensics, award-winning author and TV show consultant D.P. Lyle, M.D., takes each area of ...
by Marouf A. Hasian, Jr.
<p>Providing a comparative study on celebrity advocacy – from the work of Bono, George Clooney, Madonna, Greg Mortenson, and Kim Kardashian West – this book provides scholars and readers with a better understanding of some of the short-term and ...eBook
by Diana Gabaldon
<p><strong>Bestselling author Diana Gabaldon divulges the writing secrets behind the sex scenes in her wildly popular <em>Outlander</em> novels.</strong></p> <p><em>“Ask me to your bed,” he said. “I shall come to ye.”</em></p> <p>In this ...eBook
A Book about Art, Independence and Spirit
by Brenda Ueland
<p>Brenda Ueland stresses the idea that "Everyone is talented, original, and has something important to say." Drawing heavily on the work and influence of William Blake, she suggests that writers should "Try to discover your true,eBook
How to Write and Create Characters Using the Eight Classic Centers of Motivation
by Pamela Jaye Smith
Conversations with American TV Writers
by Christina Kallas
<p>Television drama has come to rival cinema in its sophisticated narrative form and high production values. At the heart of this success is the television writer, and TV has become the home of some of the most exciting and high quality ...eBook
Global Views with Local Perspectives
by Elad Segev
<p>Why are some countries more newsworthy than others? What are the similarities and differences in the scope of international news presented in different languages and cultures? How does international news affect our perception of the world? IneBook
by EMILY K. NEUBURGER
Fire Up Your Creativity with Spontaneous Art, Wild Writing, and Inventive Thinking Using words, drawing, collage, and observation-based list-making, award-winning author Emily K. Neuburger highlights the many paths into journaling. Her 60 ...
Covering and Uncovering the Secret State
by John Lloyd
<p>The threat of terrorism and the increasing power of terrorist groups have prompted a rapid growth of the security services and changes in legislation permitting collection of communications data. This provides journalism with acute dilemmas. ...eBook
Journalistic Culture in Poland, Russia and Sweden
by Boguslawa Dobek-Ostrowska & Gunnar Nygren
<p>Media developments change journalism all over the world. But are the changes the same in different media systems? How is professionalization influenced by the constant growth of a network society and social media? How are commercialization ...eBook
An Emerald Guide
by Kate Walker
<p>In this comprehensive guide, Kate Walker, an established author within the Romantic Fiction genre, covers all aspects of writing Romantic Fiction, offering budding authors invaluable tips on producing saleable works of fiction, following her ...eBook