Tagged: book review
LA Bourgeois reviews Fire Up Your Writing Brain by Susan Reynolds, which promises to use neuroscience to make you more productive and your writing better.
A review of Plot MD by Adrienne Bell. Plot MD a book on how to write a story using two tools Bell created, the Character Arc and the Stacked Funnel Tool Worksheets.
The experience of reading of The Art of Dramatic Writing helped me to understand what enables plays, books, movies, and teaching to be great and what skills I needed to develop in order to write great stories.
This review of Get to the Point by Joel Schwartzberg is written by Mary Van Everbroeck, student at Barany School of Fiction who writes women’s fiction and nonfiction.
Writing Begins With The Breath: Embodying Your Authentic Voice by Laraine Herring gives you practical methods to keep you showing up to write and also shows how to use these same tools and tips to improve the quality of your writing.
My name is Hayley Guertin, and I live in Ontario, Canada with my mom and my dog Jax. I got into reading when I was 10, and even before that, I used to pick books over toys anytime. My hobbies include listening to music and working on reviews. (I feel like I’m on a dating website.)
Today I do something I’ve never done here at Writer’s Fun Zone: I feature a book review AND an author article, both about the new fun mystery, Theft By Chocolate by Luba Lesychyn. We’re also featuring a book giveaway for a copy of Luba’s book here on this blog, so comment below to enter. Lastly, you can enter Luba’s Grand Prize Giveaway for a $150 gift certificate for chocolate. Yes, I did say Chocolate!
Inside Out by Maria Snyder — A Book Review by Beth Barany — Trella is a 17 year-old who has only known white walls, tubes, square hallways, care mates, and a life of drudgery.
And she’s not like the rest of those sheep, all the others who live on her level, under those who have more and better lives who control their lives from the upper levels.
If you knew you could increase your chances of getting a book deal, but it would take 1-3 years, would you do it? That’s the questions I asked myself as I started to read Christina Katz’ Get Know Before the Book Deal: Use Your Personal Strengths To Grow An Author Platform.