This is Writers on Writing – An Author's Guide where your favorite authors share their ultimate secrets in becoming and being an author.
Learn the craft of writing from those who know it best.
This is Writers On Writing – An Author's Guide Vol.2, where professional authors share their secrets in the ultimate guide to becoming – and being – an author.
In this volume you'll find the following in-depth On Writing essays:
The Infrastructure of the Gods: 11 Signposts for Going all the Way by Brian Hodge
Embracing Your Inner Shitness by James Everington
The Forgotten Art of Short Story by Mark Allan Gunnells
Well, That Escalated Quickly: Adventures in Teaching Creative Writing by Lucy A. Snyder
Submit (to psychology) for Acceptance by Daniel I. Russell
Character Building: How Not to be a Stalker by Theresa Derwin
Heroes and Villains by Paul Kane
Do Your Worst by Jonathan Winn
Writers On Writing gives young authors the guidance they need, but also has advice for all authors, from the interested newbie to the seasoned veteran.
The Writers on Writing series carries on the proud tradition of Stephen King's On Writing.
Are you ready to unleash the author in you?
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Interview with one of the authors:
So what makes Writers on Writing so special?
Mark Allan Gunnells: When I was growing up as an aspiring writer, I would have given anything for this kind of advice from authors actually publishing. I think writers will find the essays interesting and helpful.
Tell us more about you essay in Writers on Writing.
Mark Allan Gunnells: I am passionate about short fiction, and was happy to provide an essay about how to create effective short stories, the unique pleasures of the form, and to encourage writers who enjoy short fiction not to be dissuaded from writing it.
Why should authors read Writers on Writing?
Mark Allan Gunnells: There's something for everyone. Many topics of writing and promotion and publishing from people who have experience with these things.
Do you have other non-fiction books authors should try out?
Mark Allan Gunnells: I have written non-fiction articles for Apex Magazine, and I have nonfiction essays on horror films in the books HORROR 101 and HIDDEN HORROR, both edited by Aaron Christensen.
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