[James N. Frey] How to Write a Damn Good Novel II Advanced Techniues For Dramatic Storytelling [zimbabwe Book] eBook
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writing a novel This book does add and even contradicts the previous work and the concept cana novel This book does add and even contradicts the previous work and the concept can stand without the first book But it is is still slim Both works should be sold and 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 revisit and tighten p these concepts and the 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 reader A great deal of work dealing with premise of your tale And then how
#To Begin To Strengthen The #begin to strengthen the for what lays ahead in the 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 p 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 revision which Frey says is important is not Amagami Precious diary, uite where it needs to be to see to your Damn Good Novel It s just amazing book The words clear and clean like Hemingwayse to do i learned a lot of things about the characters and the staff must including in the fiction novel I strode within pages and climb to the summit to discover the craft of making o damn good novel Premise charactersand all chapter were JAPAN 1/1M3. useful for writers I ve presented at scores of writers conferences on nonfiction topics and sat in on many fiction workshops but most are a bit vapid Not Jim s He gives you meat and potatoes you can take home to fuel your own fiction If you This is book is a followp to How to Write a Damn Good Novel but even if you didn t read Frey s first book this book delivers as promised and is also a book you could return to time after time for inspiration Filled with great tips written in a Secangkir Kopi Panas di Pilot Cafe uniue way and with lots of examples Frey covers gaining sympathy and empathy from readers bysing simple details getting readers to identify with char. Aspiring authors Here in How to Write a Damn Good Novel II Frey offers powerful advanced techniues to build suspense create fresher interesting characters and achieve greater reader sympathy empathy and identification How to Write a Damn Good Novel II also warns against the pseudo rules often inflicted pon writers rules such as The author must always be invisible and You must stick to Even better than its which is often not the case also and also often not true this is seful either with or without having read the first bookThe tone is breezy informal and direct The author provides a lot of specific advice at least as much of it what not to do as what to do and the reasons Often he gives examples of mistakes he made early in his own career and the lessons he learned He also provides plentiful anonymous examples of things other writers did that didn t work and why and non anonymous some of writers he s known whom he considers excellentFrey is very clear about which readerwriters he s addressing as his target audience It s not about genre although he heaps scorn on those who write with the aim of showing what creative geniuses they are rather than because they have a story they want very much to tell but in the closing part of the book in particular he is passionate himself about how vital it is for the reader to be eually passionate about what heshe wants to say with a novelExcellent and highly recommended I ve been reading this book bit by bit as part of a self imposed weekly study day I ve found bits of it really SpecOps: Expeditionary Force, Book 2 useful and bits of it really notseful What I tend to think nowadays is that reading techniue books is nearly always valuable even you don t learn anything new or revolutionary as long as you read a wide variety and approach them all with an open but grounded mind The biggest problem with this book is that it claims to deal with advanced techniues I imagine most serious writers will agree that there is nothing particularly advanced about any of the techniues outlined in this book I haven t read How to Write a Damn Good Novel I but I suspect it is the need to expand on this that has led to the Myself Among Others use of the word advanced That said I found Frey s style engaging and readable enough that I was comfortable with weighingp my own opinion and mentally arguing when I didn t agree I found it seful to think about genres that I don t write in and I found the constant reference to the same two or three texts really seful to thinking about techniue and style
It was interesting to peek into another writer s process andwas interesting to peek into another writer s process and was valuable to think about how writing is taughtOverall I think this is a valuable read for any fiction writer You don t have to agree with everything Frey says to get something out of it you just have to be strong enough to disagree There are problems with this book clearly problems with the entire idea that Frey has embarked on teaching for he had to come How to Be an Even Better Listener 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 pr. Damn good fiction is dramatic fiction Frey insists whether it is by Hemingway or Grisham Le Carre or Ludlum Austen or Dickens Despite their differences these authors' works share common elements strong narrative lines fascinating characters steadily building conflicts and satisfying conclusions Frey's How to Write a Damn Good Novel is one of the most widelysed guides ever published for. .
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