#2 "On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft" by Stephen King   #book     7 years ago (owner) Document
 
  • → #3 Write with the door closed, rewrite with the door open   7 years ago (owner) Document
  • → #4 Describing in terms of rough comparison   7 years ago (owner) Document
  • → #5 One of the really bad things you can do to your writing is to dress up the vocabulary   7 years ago (owner) Document
  • → #6 The adverb is not your friend   7 years ago (owner) Document
  • → #7 Fear is at the root of most bad writing   fear     7 years ago (owner) Document
  • → #8 Stories and novels consist of: Narration, Description and Dialogue   7 years ago (owner) Document
  • → + #9 Plotting and the spontaneity of real creation aren't compatible   spontaneity     7 years ago (owner) Document
  • → #14 The use of simile and other figurative language   7 years ago (owner) Document
  • → #17 The key to writing good dialogue is honesty   7 years ago (owner) Document
  • → #18 Character-driven story   7 years ago (owner) Document
  • → #19 Symbolism   7 years ago (owner) Document
  • → #20 Good fiction always begins with story and progresses to theme   spontaneity     7 years ago (owner) Document
  • → #21 It's always easier to kill someone else's darlings than it is to kill your own   7 years ago (owner) Document
  • → #22 If there's a gun on the mantel in Act I, it must go off in Act III   7 years ago (owner) Document