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Many Genres, One Craft: Lessons in Writing Popular Fiction

by Michael A. Arnzen

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Romance. Fantasy. Mystery. Science Fiction.
Young Adult. Horror. Picture Books. Suspense.

Many Genres, One Craft brings together award-winning authors, bestselling novelists, and hot new writers from all these genres to offer an amazing novel writing workshop in a book. Modeled on Seton Hill University's acclaimed MFA program in Writing Popular Fiction -- where all of its sixty contributors have taught, studied, or been a special guest -- this stunningly comprehensive guide for writers offers insights into crafting effective genre fiction of any kind, and provides an array of practical advice on selling novels in today's marketplace that you simply won't find anywhere, short of enrolling in graduate school.

A spectrum of top authors from every genre offer sage advice and tricks of the trade, including David Morrell, Tess Gerritsen, Victoria Thompson, Nancy Kress, Shelley Bates, Thomas Monteleone, Susan Mallery, and over sixty other published authors, teachers, agents, editors and scholars. Learn everything from beating writer's block to building suspense, making monsters to marketing mysteries, approaching agents to writing romance...all from writers who have actually done it.
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a huge tome of help
for writers seeking their fate
in genre fiction

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