Handbook of Short Story Writing, Volume 1
Frank A. Dickson, Sandra Smythe
Writer's Digest Books, 1970 - Fiction - 238 pages
Here's a collection of the most helpful articles from WRITER'S DIGEST magazine covering every aspect of short story writing. Every writer, from beginner to professional, will find guidance, encouragement, and answers to such concerns as how to make characters believable, developing dialogue, writer's block, viewpoint, the all-important use of conflict, and much more.
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