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An excellent manual for veterans and /or newbies. Janice Hardy is clearly passionate about the craft of writing, and it shows through in her deeply analytical, yet conversational style of instructing the art of writing solid, compelling prose.
One of the latest in my writing tools bokshelf and just took the pass one reading.
It is clear from the context of the book that conflict is a widely misundestood term between not only the writers and readers but also the critiquers.Conflict is neither tension nor fighting as some can think that can mislead anyone to a wrong route.
As with other books of Hardy it uses quite big letters wth round Rockwell font using the typical CS platform. THis makes me much easier to read with minimal use of dictionary.That means reading runs very fast and smooth.
The discussion is down to earth and each key level of conflict seems as simple theory.However Mrs Hardy analyzes it very deeply with examples, simple paradigms or movies.It is well analyzed and from all aspects .
The last two chapters (crafting conflict and weak conficts and how to tweak them) are even more interesting.
Elementary to middle level but worth of reading even for professionals 4/5
Hope to see later some other very interesting skill books as that!
If you don't have conflict, you don't have a plot, so understanding conflict is very important.
This book helped explain the different type of conflict while using popular movies and television shows as examples. I took so many notes.