297 books (15 pages) in this category
by Annette Elton
<div>With originally self-published works like <I>Fifty Shades of Grey</I> turning into mind-blowing blockbusters, both traditional and indie authors have embraced the romance genre as never before. But when original plots don't come easy, where
by Jarod K. Anderson
<div>For a science fiction author, the dream is to go boldly where no one has gone before. But sometimes, the writing seems to be going nowhere at all—and future, alternate, parallel, or speculative worlds just won't come into focus. ...
by BARNABY CONRAD
Barnaby Conrad follows up his acclaimed "101 Best Scenes Ever Written" with "101 Best Beginnings Ever Written." Readers will continue their delightful romp through literature guided and instructed by Conrad's insights and annotations. For ...
by BARNABY CONRAD
Readers will delight at the best scenes ever written. They will find old favourites and savor scenes new to them. With each scene, Barnaby Conrad provides insights as to what the author wishes to accomplish with this passage and the literary ...
by BARNABY CONRAD
Making the provocative purposeful, this analysis spotlights the most exciting - or potentially embarrassing - story element: the obligatory sex scene. This sensibly suggestive guide demonstrates how to advance plots and reveal truths about ...
A comprehensive guide to writing tomorrow's films
by Linda Aronson
A truly comprehensive overview of the craft of writing for contemporary film and video, by a multi-award winning screenwriter. ...
Daily Inspiration and Advice for Creative Writers
by Jane Cooper
The Science and Wisdom of Writing and Journaling
by Jackee Holder
49 Ways to Write Yourself Well is an inspirational guide to improving your confidence and general well-being through writing. Written by a leading creative-writing trainer and life coach, this book is a compendium of tools, techniques and ...
by Lawrence Harbison
(Applause Acting Series). The plays in this volume of 5-Minute Plays are geared toward adults. Some are comedic, some are dramatic, some are realistic in style, while others are more unconventional. Their length makes them perfect for scene work
Rhetorical Regeneration and the Politics of Identity
by David Moscowitz
<p>From brutal Nazi killers to Hanukkah heroes in the ’hood, tough Jews refute images of doomed Holocaust victims, wandering Jews of exile before them, and the post-war ‘nice Jewish boys’ who followed. They foster belligerent responses to ...eBook
by Tony Harcup
<p>A Dictionary of Journalism is an accessible and authoritative quick reference dictionary. It covers over 1,400 wide-ranging entries on the terms that are likely to be encountered by students of the subject, and aims to offer a broad, ...eBook
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Let Your Voice be Heard
by Alan Woodhouse
A Practical Guide to learning how to best express yourself ...
A Reference Guide to Police Procedure now and then
by Stephen Wade & Stuart Gibbon
<p>A Straightforward Guide to The Crime Writer's Casebook is an essential research companion for all writers of crime fiction and non-fiction. The Crime Writer's Casebook is unique in that it presents first-hand explanations by Stuart Gibbon, a ...eBook
by Kate Walker
<p>Employment law has grown ever more complex with many changes now being introduced via European legislation. Employment law continually evolves and changes - and this latest publication from Straightforward Guides is a concise and ...eBook
by Charles Pavitt
<p>This detailed survey of present-day scientific communication theory rejects the outmoded «levels» organizational scheme in favor of a system based on the underlying model and fundamental explanatory principle each theory presupposes. In doingeBook
Multi-Genre Creative Writing
by Kendall Dunkelberg
<p>This introductory creative writing text uses a unique, multi-genre approach to provide students with a broad-based knowledge of their craft, treating them as professional writers. Beginning by discussing elements common to all genres, this ...eBook
Learning about Film from the Master of Suspense
by Tony Lee Moral
Alfred Hitchcock is one of the most revered filmmakers of the 20th century. Not only was he the “Master of Suspense,” he was also an innovator of storyboarding, directing, framing, editing, and marketing. Hitchcock regularly engaged with his ...
The Divide & Conquer Election of 2012
by Mary C. Banwart, Dianne G. Bystrom & Mitchell S. McKinney
<p><em>alieNATION</em> presents research conducted by a national election team and leading scholars in political communication that explores a range of important topics and variables affecting voter attitudes and behavior in the 2012 U.S. ...eBook
A revolutionary guide to plotting and structure for novelists
by Sydney Smith
<p>There are few things harder than writi ng a novel. The Architecture of Narrati ve is an inspirati on and revelation for every writer who has struggled with the development of their novel. It links character to plot and plot to structure in a ...