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Mastering the craft of writing fiction and memoirs by Marge Piercy
The Writer's Digest Book Club; voted Best Book of the Year by Writer Magazine; benchmarked by the Annual Writer Magazine with Strunk and White's classics The Elements of Style; celebrated by reviewers, college and teacher and adopted by academia across the nation, the one-of-a-kind partnership between a great US writer and a publishing house is back in a reworked second issue, larger and better than ever.
Most useful and fun to read on the web, the revised second issue includes new tutorials and advanced articles that cover every facet of literature and memoirs for you: the most useful and fun way to write and publish: is a bestselling author and Memoirer for the New York Times. Irra Wood is a writer and editor.
Thus You Want to World a Business Book
The majority of top managers are confident that they have a good record and that their company's success is reflected in convincing case reports and best practice. However, if you're serious about giving up to make your masterpiece for your line of work, the expertise of Paul Brown and Charlie Kiefer - writers, with Babson College Chairman Len Schlesinger, from Just Start:
Acting, accepting insecurity, shaping the future - can be educational. So without the old-fashioned publishers (and their long runtimes ), the squad had self-published Action Trumps Everything: Creating What You Want in an Uncertain World within eight month. It was a success; Kiefer estimated that it was "sold somewhere near 8-10,000 hardback prints and twice or three electronic copies" (many of her e-books were free to download).
Kiefer and Brown have seen the entire spectrum of modern editing, from abandoned manuscripts and self-published books to publications with a large publisher. Here's their council for budding writers. "I' ve been doing this since 1989 or 1990," says Brown, "and the thing that a publisher gets into his mind is to go as far as possible into the bulk markets to get as many copies as possible sold".
And, for a work like Just Start that is of relevance to almost every businessman, Brown thinks it's still the right response when you look at the service and sales of major publications. This is the best way to act, study and adjust to Brown and Kiefer's recommendations.
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