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Books by Members of the Edmonton Writers' Group

Opus 5 with a Story by Hal Friesen Fragments of Lives by Karen Probert Don’t Chew on the Sharp End of the Pencil by EWG Members Colouring Our Lives by Karen Probert Between The Shelves by EWG Members Shepherds of Sparrows by Hal Friesen
“the “the “the They Called it The Incident by J. M. Johnson Loot For the taking by Don Levers A Soldier Far Away by Robert T. Hunting
Edmonton: Unbound by EWG Members

Friday, August 17, 2012

Follow Up to EWG Workshop

Hi folks,
To follow up on the plotting workshop, here are a list of resources:

How to Write A Damn Good Thriller
How to Write A Damn Good Thriller A Step-by-step Guide for Novelists and Screenwriters By Frey, James N. 

How to Write A Damn Good Mystery
How to Write A Damn Good Mystery A Practical Step-by-step Guide from Inspiration to Finished Manuscript By Frey, James N.
The Key
The Key How to Write Damn Good Fiction Using the Power of Myth By Frey, James N.
How to Write A Damn Good Novel, II
How to Write A Damn Good Novel, II Advanced Techniques for Dramatic Storytelling By Frey, James N. 

1 comment:

  1. I FINALLY found a copy of Writing the Breakout Novel when we were in Victoria.

    It was amazing reading that AS I was being inspired on a new story that took place mostly in Victoria. VERY good book!

    FYI- Donald Maas will be in Surrey for the writing conference in October.

    Hal and I are both going. There are still some early bird spots available, I believe, but they're going fast.


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