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I was working then as a freelance screenplay reader and script analyst for the Canadian government agency that financed movies, and it seemed to me that I ought to know something about what a proper commercial screenplay should look like. I also recommend the second part of Stephen King's On Writing.
Very good on practical advice. The first part is autobiographical and also quite interesting. My advice to people who are looking for advice from books: if it doesn't seem to fit what you're trying to do, disregard it. There is more than one path through the forest. Bob takes a bunch of stories and analyzes them.
It's worth reading. There's a sequel to Screenplay called the Screenwriter's Workshop or Workbook. That's what I had, back in the day. But all he does is tell you that 'Body Heat' is the best film ever, and you should do your best to form your work up like that film or 'Thief', with James Caan. I liked Damon Knight's book a lot, but it's been something like a decade since I read it college library's copy, should obtain my own.
Currently my favorite book on writing is not actually about writing. I love the strength of his prose, and I find it helpful to look at storytelling from a different perspective. Randy Ingermanson's How to Write a Novel Using the Snowflake Method is lots of fun, although I should note that I have yet to finish a novel using this method I believe it's viable, I just haven't invested the necessary time.
Fractal-ish story generation! It's not genre specific but it shows you a lot of techniques for characterization and plot development. The author has to write enough of the old story out to make it a new tale, while they also must stay close enough to the source material as to not throw off fans of the original. Gardner wasn't a Science Fiction writer, per se, but he was a superb author and teacher with a lively and rich imagination, as illustrated by "Grendel.
Three Exemplary Novels by Cervantes, Miguel De Saavedra
Though it is more for screenplay writing, I'm sure it has applications to story writing. Each chapter has practical examples from published stories and gives some really valuable stuff about dialogue, point of view, narration, and a wide variety of other useful topics. Easy to understand, easy to apply, excellent through and through. It was the first book on writing I read from cover to cover. Award recipients receive gold, silver and bronze medals and stickers depicting a mother and child reading and silhouetted by a full moon. This year we chose books in five different areas.
All recipients will receive gold medals. Silver and Patricia J. Wynne Dover Publications Inc. Marshall; illustrated by Katarzyna Bukiert Flowerpot Press. Barron Philomel Books. Tansley Beckett Publishing Group.
- The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume One: The Servants of Truth: Druidic Traditions & Influence Explored.
- Miguel de Cervantes.
- Nadzieja: The Story of a Girl Named Hope;
- The Exemplary Novels [Illustrated] (English Edition) - Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra, Walter Kelly?
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