The Writer’s Bookshelf: Recommended References and Writing Resources (Episode 42: Discussing “The Fire in Fiction” by Donald Maass)

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Last week, we had a look at Donald Maass’ debut for writers who want to breakout in Writing the Breakout Novel. This week, we continue the discussion about Donald Maass and his education for the rising stars in the fiction industry in, well, read on to find out! (Or, you could just look at the screenshot. It ain’t rocket science.)

Welcome back to The Writer’s Bookshelf, assuming you’d left earlier.

Have you written the breakout novel, but you worry it lacks that certain…fire? Well, maybe you want to give Donald Maass’ The Fire in Fiction a glance (or even a whole read). Because we could all use a little more fire in our fiction, especially if we choose to read it. Learn more about this important book in this week’s video.

The Fire in Fiction: Passion, Purpose and Techniques to Make Your Novel Great

by Donald Maass

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Amazon Metadata:

·  Paperback : 272 pages

·  ISBN-10 : 158297506X

·  ISBN-13 : 978-1582975061  

·  Publisher : Writer’s Digest Books (June 26, 2009)

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