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                                          WRITING WISDOM FOR FICTION WRITERS

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But once I decided to commit to writing—and finishing--my novel, I applied what I learned over the years by

studying the great literary masters. You see, I wanted to write something worthy, something that will last

beyond my life, and which will hopefully engage and impact a reader in meaningful ways. In short, I

wanted to write GREAT stories.

 

Do you? Have you always wanted to be a fiction writer? Maybe you’ve attempted to be one, but gave up? Or if

you are writing, maybe you are struggling to finish your short story or novel?

 

I’ve written a book that may help you: THE FICTION PRESCRIPTION.

In it, I give you the basic craft elements of writing literary fiction, along

with targeted writing exercises. And I reveal how I used these same

techniques in writing my own New York Times bestselling novel,

THE SKY UNWASHED.

 

And to keep you motivated and help you feel as though

you are part of a tribe (which you are!), please sign up

for my occasional writing wisdom emails where I deliver

friendly, nurturing, and helpful advice on fiction

writing.

 

You’ll also receive a free copy of:

 

100 LITERARY CLICHES TO AVOID, SCORN AND DELETE

(VOLUME I) which is not only a fun read, but useful too.

 

 

 

 

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But once I decided to commit to writing—and finishing--my novel, I applied what I learned over the years by studying the great literary masters. You see, I wanted to write something worthy, something that will last

beyond my life, and which will hopefully engage and impact a reader in a deep and lasting way.

 

In short, I wanted to write GREAT stories. Do you? Have you always wanted to be a fiction writer? Maybe

you’ve Maybe you’ve attempted to be one, but gave up? Or if are you writing, maybe you are struggling to finish your short story or novel?

 

I’ve written a book that may help you: THE FICTION PRESCRIPTION.

 

 

In it, I give you the basic craft elements of writing literary fiction

along with writing exercises. And I reveal how I used the same

techniques in writing my own

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In it, I give you the basic craft elements of of writing literary fiction, along with writing exercises and I reveal how I used these same techniques in writing my own NEW YORK TIMES bestselling novel, THE SKY UNWASHED.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And to keep you motivated and help you feel as though you are part of a tribe (which you are!), please sign up

for my occasional writing wisdom emails where I deliver friendly, nurturing, and helpful advice on fiction

writing. You’ll also receive a free copy of: 100 LITERARY CLICHES TO AVOID, SCORN AND DELETE

(VOLUME I) which is not only a fun read, but useful too.

 

 

 

 

 

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