THE SINGLE MOST IMPORTANT WORK ON HOW TO WRITE EVER WRITTEN!Behind everything is an idea. Whether that idea becomes successful or not depends on one item: can the author write it down.This pertains to writing fiction, essays, non-fiction, scripts, poetry, and anything else.Simply, one has an idea, and one puts it on paper. That is the first and most important step.Unfortunately, school is rather worthless for accomplishing this. School does not teach, it programs. School is an institution, and institution is opposed to imagination.In this book, 'How to Teach How to Write,' Al Case introduces a brand new method. It is so simple that anyone can do it, and should, and on any grade level.Any person who wishes to teach any child how to write should do it.The method is based on one simple concept, a concept that is the reverse of what the educational institution does: put the child in charge of his or her own education.The instruction is short, a mere twelve chapters. Thus, included in the book is the author's instruction on how to become a writer: 'Blood and Ink.' Blood and Ink deals with what it takes to become a professional writer; so sit in a chair for twelve hours at a time and craft idea onto paper.Blood and Ink is filled with passion and a unique way of thinking. IT should definitely be the mainstay of ANY person who aspires to be a professional writer.About the author: Al Case was a writer for the martial arts magazines, including a column in 'Inside Karate.' He has written over 65 works on a variety of subjects, including novels, martial arts instruction, algebra, and even Pig Latin. He is the originator of Matrixing (a method of logic) and Neutronics (philosophy). He is the webmaster at MonsterMartialArts(dot)com.