New authors often need to work on their endings New authors often need to work on the endings of their books. I thought it was the only copy in the world. Yet we are constantly reminded that things are not so simple.
You could learn more in just those two books than in an entire college writing course. They cost me a lot. Now, I cede that this is a book that seems almost perfectly and specifically engineered for my demographic that of the mid-twenties American male.
A separate ISBN is needed for each edition of the book. Or even another book? Or what about a Grande Madame in Paris?
Ina volume of the author's letters from to was published, giving the world a glimpse into his friendships and reading habits. Since I was in my own period of questioning, having just finished a manuscript that was rejected by a number of agents, writing about another world inhabited by alternate versions of all of us felt like an idea that I was personally aching to explore.
See Compensation for more. There was no fiction in it—there was nothing. I write about imaginary countries, alien societies on other planets, dragons, wizards, the Napa Valley in