Further Reading


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  • Block, Lawrence. Telling Lies for Fun and Profit: A Manual for Fiction Writers
  • Block, Lawrence. Spider, Spin Me a Web: A Handbook for Fiction Writers
  • Browne, Renni and Dave King. Self-Editing for Fiction Writers
  • Corbett, David. The Art of Character: Creating Memorable Characters for Fiction, Film, and TV
  • Egri, Lajos. The Art of Dramatic Writing
  • Gardner, John. The Art of Fiction: Notes on Craft for Young Writers
  • Hayden, G. Miki. Writing the Mystery
  • Highsmith, Patricia. Plotting and Writing Suspense Fiction
  • King, Stephen. On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft
  • Knight, Damon. Creating Short Fiction
  • Le Guin, Ursula K. Steering the Craft: Exercises and Discussions on Story Writing for the Lone Navigator or the Mutinous Crew
  • Lukeman, Noah.The First Five Pages: A Writer's Guide to Staying Out of the Rejection Pile
  • Persinger, Dan. Writers' Devils: The Grammar Guide for Fiction Authors
  • Rand, Ken. The 10% Percent Solution: Self-Editing for the Modern Writer
  • Roberts, Gillian. You Can Write a Mystery
  • Stern, Jerome. Making Shapely Fiction
  • Swain, Dwight V. Techniques of the Selling Writer
  • Swain, Dwight V. Creating Characters: How to Build Story People
  • Tapply, William G. The Elements of Mystery Fiction: Writing the Modern Whodunit
  • Wheat, Carolyn. How to Write Killer Fiction: The Funhouse of Mystery and the Roller Coaster of Suspense


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