Looking for ways to fix your novel? Or: Is your fiction writing in peril?
Based on real advice gleaned from thousands of writing critiques, 179 Ways to Save a Novel is more than a collection of ideas for troubleshooting your work-in-progress (though it holds plenty of practical writing advice). This inspiring guide doubles as a thoughtful examination of the writing lifeand not just with respect to writing, but to the reading habits and thought processes of writers.
The 179 meditations in this book are grouped under six headings:
- Symbol, Myth & Metaphor
- and Other Matters
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About the Author
Peter Selgin is the author of By Cunning & Craft (Writer's Digest, 2007). His stories and essays have appeared in more than 50 publications including Salon.com, Glimmer Train, Boulevard, Poets & Writers and Missouri Review. His story collection, Drowning Lessons, was a winner of the Flannery O'Connor Award for Short Fiction.