From Library Journal
-Denise S. Sticha, Seton Hill Coll., Greensburg, PA
Copyright 2000 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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As a beginning writer I found The First Five Pages quite helpful.
This book is organized by Lukeman in the order he feels are the reasons editors, agents and publishers... Read more
Reading this improved my writing immensely.
Doggerland (Volume 1)
Helpful hints especially in terms of what specific words NOT to overuse. I was able to search my document and rewrite where necessary.Published 2 months ago by Claire Lorenz
Some of the author's advice was outdated, considering how much of querying is now digital. But I did indeed glean a few key ideas that helped me tighten up the first five pages of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Don Quixote
This is a Must-Read! From start to finish, this book is full of valuable advice that I will refer to over and over again. It now sits on my desk for quick reference.Published 2 months ago by VoraciousReaderofFiction
A must have for any writer seeking to hone their craft. Knowledge is definitely power.Published 3 months ago by Aaron
Fantastic advice & has tasks to complete on your own work. Totally recommend this book to anybody.Published 3 months ago by Chris Radge
Don't let the title fool you. This is about a good deal more than the first five pages. The introductory part about introducing your book to an agent in the first five pages is... Read morePublished 3 months ago by R. BULL