Lawrence Block is a best-selling author of popular mystery fiction. With over 30 of his works in print, he is as prolific as he is skilled. This collection of essays and articles from his Writer's Digest columns has been in print for over 20 years. Here he provides invaluable advice to the aspiring writer and the established author. Featuring a witty and honest narration from the author himself, Block presents an illuminating look into the world of the professional writer.
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by Lawrence Block
"For 14 years, Mystery Grandmaster Lawrence Block wrote the monthly fiction column for WRITER'S DIGEST. Forty-seven of these columns have been woven together into this clever "manual for fiction writers." As Block reads his columns, detailing everything from studying the market and breaking writer's block to developing plot and the inner workings of a writer's life, his understanding and dry wit come through. As Block explains his insights and strategies, describing the evolution of his own writing career, he answers questions from imaginary class members, giving the listener the sense of truly sitting at the master's feet. S.E.S. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"
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