How to Write What Editors Like to Read Ernest Meeder

ISBN: 9780982346334

Published: March 10th 2010

Paperback

216 pages


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How to Write What Editors Like to Read  by  Ernest Meeder

How to Write What Editors Like to Read by Ernest Meeder
March 10th 2010 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 216 pages | ISBN: 9780982346334 | 6.16 Mb

Many books have been written about writing and in my search for the magic formula, I have read many of them. It became clear that writing is not a magical art but rather a lot of common sense. If you read a book and close it after a few chaptersMoreMany books have been written about writing and in my search for the magic formula, I have read many of them. It became clear that writing is not a magical art but rather a lot of common sense. If you read a book and close it after a few chapters because it is boring or confusing, its obvious that you should not write the same way- your reader will also think the books is a drag.

The book How to Write what Editors like the Read exposes these pitfalls and shows how you can avoid them. The books alerts you to the kind of mistakes an Editors will spot in a matter of minutes and politely inform you Thanks, but no thanks. I have kept the text as short as possible avoiding unnecessary fluff and distraction. Although the chapters are short, there is valuable information imbedded and you might want to read them a few times before applying them.

Youll find that your writing becomes more interesting and easy to understand. Readers these days do not want to have to decipher a story, they want instant understanding. The story Road Trip to Kansas demonstrates the principles discussed in the chapters. It makes it easier to understand how they are applied.

The story takes place during the era when gasoline cost 20 cents a gallon (those good old days ?). I am confident that this book will help reach for your goal and make your readers look forward to your next work. Writing is a never-ending evolution- it makes you grow as you look for new horizons. I hope youll never get discouraged and continue your writing.

Quoting from the Beowulf poems A mans immortality is determined by the tales he leaves behind.



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