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The Handbook of The Writer Secret Society is, not to put too fine a point on it, a secret handbook for writers.
If you write, then you already know how solitary the business of crafting fiction is, it can be very easy to feel like you’re alone against a blank page. What The Handbook of The Writer Secret Society postulates is that not only are you not alone, you’re already a member of a secret cabal of scribblers who lurk in the shadows at parties, people watching for story ideas.For more information visit the link to the Writer Secret Society page hidden on this blog (shhh!). After you subscribe, comment below. There will be three winners 1) for Google when it reaches 100, 2) for Facebook when it reaches 200, and 3) for the RSS subscription when it reaches 175.
Actually that last part might just be me.
The Handbook of The Writer Secret Society isn’t a how to book. There’s nothing on prose, or character development in there. What it is, is a shot in the arm for anyone who feels their writing confidence flagging, or that they’re the only one out there struggling with their creative impulses.
The writer’s handbook also has some excellent little illustrations in it, which adds to the feeling of the book. Even though at the moment it is e-book only, you can just imagine you’re handling a well loved secret tome that was given to you by a dying man.
I don’t want to give too much of the contents away, as a big part of the joy of reading this book is in discovering the clever ways in which the contributors have crafted a secret society out of whole cloth. With that said, make sure you read the section on writer’s luck twice.
This review also appears on http://www.andrewjackwriting.com
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