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The Short Story Writer's Workbook: Your Definitive Guide to Writing Every Kind of Short Story (CreativeWritingMatters Guides Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Margaret James and Cathie Hartigan are highly motivated authors and creative writing tutors. Between them, they have over thirty years of successful teaching experience for Writers News Home Study Division, The London School of Journalism and Exeter College. They are readers and judges for many international writing competitions and, with Sophie Duffy, are the founders and administrators of both The Exeter Novel Prize and The Exeter Story Prize – see www.creativewritingmatters.co.uk for more information about literary competitions and services to writers.
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25 March 2015
A completely excellent workbook for the aspirational short story writer. No aspect of the creativity and craft of the genre is left out, just as one would expect from this highly professional duo, Margaret James and Cathie Hartigan.
7 June 2018
Everything you need to know about writing short stories. It also covers advice for writing flash and micro fiction too, plus there are several stories included to read then the authors break it down in secrions to show what worked well and what didn't. Well written and easy to follow.
14 August 2015
I found this book very helpful. So much of what is in books like this is stuff we all know, but it's hard to keep it in mind when we're actually writing. So it's really useful to have something succinct to keep one's nose pointing in the right direction whilst working. With its discussion of different types of story, it has much to say about commercial fiction and how to approach writing for competitions. The creators of this workbook obviously know their subject and I thoroughly recommend it.