MAKING STORY by Bill Crider
TWENTY-ONE WRITERS ON HOW THEY PLOT (TWENTY-ONE WRITERS #1) (THE TWENTY-ONE WRITERS PROJECT)

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It's often said that everyone has a book inside him or her - but how do you plot it? In MAKING STORY, edited by the Edgar- and Macavity-nominated author Timothy Hallinan, twenty-one novelists - who have written more than 100 books among them and sold more than a million copies - talk about how they go about turning an idea into a plot, and a plot into a book. This is an indispensable book for aspiring authors and the first in a series, each focusing on a different writing challenge.
 

About Bill Crider

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Timothy Hallinan is the author of nine widely praised books: eight novels--including the Bangkok thrillers featuring Poke Rafferty--and a work of nonfiction. Along with his wife, Munyin Choy, he divides his time equally between Los Angeles, California, and Southeast Asia.
 
Published September 4, 2012 by The Twenty-One Writers Project. 192 pages
Genres: Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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