I found the book highly informative, very inspiring, and easy to read.
Frey gives you pointers on building characters, developing conflict, writing dialogue, and using conventions such as foreshadowing and flashbacks.
Now once I've read this book, I know exactly what's wrong with a story when I see one.
If a writer has little experience in preparing a novel they may find the examples provided helpful.
Let me try and explain the difference between what the book contains and... Read more
I love this book. It is worth it and I am inspired to write a novel. Though I realized being a writer requires a lot of commitmment and stamina to keep on plugging until you... Read morePublished 1 month ago by JOCELYN E.
I bought yhe book for an online course at Syanford but then had to drop the course so I kept thr book for referencer in the future.
OK. The proof of the pudding is in the eating, so I shouldn't judge this book until I have published a novel, but it is so well written and explained that I am happy to give it... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mr. Kenneth G. Davies
Good book, but can you please not swear at me in your title?Published 2 months ago by Peter Lundell
When I began reading I couldn't stop. This book is a number 10. It's one of the best. It reads very easily, I couldn' t put it down until I finished it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Vickie Davis
Great book! Explains in detail how to develop protagonists and how to make them appealing to the reader. Read morePublished 3 months ago by R. Hutchful
The author makes the steps easily to be understood. It's very helpful.Published 4 months ago by Terry TWU