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In this book, Professor Murdock, an award-winning California State University teacher, has developed an innovative method to teach writers how to use the fictional tools and techniques available to them to create powerful stories that will engage readers from beginning to end. Using a step-by-step approach, Dr. Murdock takes writers through the creation of three example stIn this book, Professor Murdock, an award-winning California State University teacher, has developed an innovative method to teach writers how to use the fictional tools and techniques available to them to create powerful stories that will engage readers from beginning to end. Using a step-by-step approach, Dr. Murdock takes writers through the creation of three example stories, stopping to discuss each writing decision as it occurs and explaining how each approach works to keep readers vicariously involved in the progression of the story. This is a book that will help writers understand how the choices they make affect readers in different ways. Even if you are not a writer, you will enjoy the three example stories, and you may find yourself intrigued to learn how stories are created....

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ISBN : 28673199
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 211 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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  • Chris Walker
    2018-09-05 13:38

    An Amazing book! This book is not your usual "lecture" on writing technique. In this book, Dr. Murdock, a California State University professor, has introduced an entirely new way to teach ficton writing. He "interactively" creates short stories: at each stage of the story-creation process he invites you to think about which fiction-writing technique is the most appropriate. The book actually shows you how professional writers create stories and novels, and along the way, he presents "tips" that reveal proven writing methods that get readers vicariously involved in the story (the hold grail). If you've ever thought about writing fiction, you have to read this book.