The book explores writing in a very concrete and practical way, attempting to define and develop the "tools" in a writer's kit.
After reading this book, I feel as though I finally understand the nuances of "point of view" and can make use of this understanding to enrich my writing.
If the only way to really learn how to write is to write, then these exercises present valuable opportunities to any one interested in the craft.
$999.98 may seem high for a how to book by a live avatar, but if you have the juice and can absorb Hall's magic, rainbow's end may be within your grasp. Read morePublished on June 13, 2011 by Thomas H Taylor
The author uses many analogies from theater to put together a way of thinking about writing and reading which can clarify many of the issues which tend to dog fiction writers. Read morePublished on October 19, 2007 by ERW
I've taken several classes from Sands, and she is the only writing instructor that I've come back to repeatedly. Read morePublished on October 6, 2006 by tonym
I read this book and it's terrific! This is a useful, down-to-earth explanation of point of view and what it means to a writer. Read morePublished on June 25, 2006 by M. Levine
This is an excellent addition to any writer's resource library. While I have a shelf filled with many books on writing, only a few are dog-eared and red-tagged as resources that I... Read morePublished on February 7, 2006 by Betsy Fasbinder