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This collection of the articles and essays drawn from the best of Writer's Market, offers timeless advice to help writers achieve their goals, all in one handy reference. The Craft & Business of Writing teaches writers not only the basics—from concepting to drafting and finally submitting their work—but also offers insight into more advanced writing and publishing topics. This collection of the articles and essays drawn from the best of Writer's Market, offers timeless advice to help writers achieve their goals, all in one handy reference. The Craft & Business of Writing teaches writers not only the basics—from concepting to drafting and finally submitting their work—but also offers insight into more advanced writing and publishing topics. The book covers finding and working with an agent, negotiating contracts, and conducting book tours, as well as timeless advice about crafting more vivid characters, writing in rhyme, and testing article ideas—all from the source writers have trusted for decades: Writer's Market.


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This collection of the articles and essays drawn from the best of Writer's Market, offers timeless advice to help writers achieve their goals, all in one handy reference. The Craft & Business of Writing teaches writers not only the basics—from concepting to drafting and finally submitting their work—but also offers insight into more advanced writing and publishing topics. This collection of the articles and essays drawn from the best of Writer's Market, offers timeless advice to help writers achieve their goals, all in one handy reference. The Craft & Business of Writing teaches writers not only the basics—from concepting to drafting and finally submitting their work—but also offers insight into more advanced writing and publishing topics. The book covers finding and working with an agent, negotiating contracts, and conducting book tours, as well as timeless advice about crafting more vivid characters, writing in rhyme, and testing article ideas—all from the source writers have trusted for decades: Writer's Market.

46 review for The Craft and Business of Writing: Essential Tools for Writing Success

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ivan Taylor

    This book contains a number of very short articles about writing and making a living by writing. I only read the introductory section and the non-fiction writing sections because that was all I was interested in. I was disappointed about the writing advice and found the business sections boring although the business sections are obviously important for a budding professional writer. I can't remember any single piece of advice standing out as worthwhile to put into my personal practice. This book contains a number of very short articles about writing and making a living by writing. I only read the introductory section and the non-fiction writing sections because that was all I was interested in. I was disappointed about the writing advice and found the business sections boring although the business sections are obviously important for a budding professional writer. I can't remember any single piece of advice standing out as worthwhile to put into my personal practice.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mindi Rosser

    This edition collates a trove of cleverly chosen information in a reader-friendly format. If you are a writer in the following venues, you should reference this book for its articles: non-fiction, short stories, fiction, magazine writing, poetry, children's stories, and novels. Each section has dividers, for ease of use. This collection is more a giant magazine, organized neatly. Because it is in a binder-format, I enjoyed reading it during my meal breaks. I could not recommend this book highly e This edition collates a trove of cleverly chosen information in a reader-friendly format. If you are a writer in the following venues, you should reference this book for its articles: non-fiction, short stories, fiction, magazine writing, poetry, children's stories, and novels. Each section has dividers, for ease of use. This collection is more a giant magazine, organized neatly. Because it is in a binder-format, I enjoyed reading it during my meal breaks. I could not recommend this book highly enough for all types of writers. I am implementing many of the techniques into my own writing business with much success.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alia Makki

    Done. Khalas. I can't be bothered to read about the arts and business of magazine writing, children's books and poetry. Just reading through the fiction and nonfiction books already stuffed my brains with more information than I can apply in a lifetime. Or feels like it. That's one of the best things about this book. Is that there's probably something in it for every kind of writer. And if you have the patience and confidence to read through it all, then by all means, more power to you. Done. Khalas. I can't be bothered to read about the arts and business of magazine writing, children's books and poetry. Just reading through the fiction and nonfiction books already stuffed my brains with more information than I can apply in a lifetime. Or feels like it. That's one of the best things about this book. Is that there's probably something in it for every kind of writer. And if you have the patience and confidence to read through it all, then by all means, more power to you.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Miriam Shattuck

    I love how simply everything was laid out. I think I might have to get my own copy of this book! I know it will quickly get marked up!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Chelle Cordero

    I am truly savoring this book.

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    Dustin Morley

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    JA

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    Catherine at The Gilmore Guide to Books

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    S.M. Baughns

  46. 5 out of 5

    Rabbit {Paint me like one of your 19th century gothic heroines!}

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