Writing Exciting

  • by Bill Baldwin, Ron Miller, Lillian Stewart Carl, more
  • 7 hrs and 0 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Timberwolf Press presents an exciting series of writer's workshops and panels, designed to educate, motivate, and enlighten both the novice writer and the experienced author. These panels are conducted by Timberwolf's experienced publishers, editors, authors, legal counsel, and guest panel members. Hear it straight from the publishing industry insiders. This compilation includes seminars on Writing 101, Writing Exciting!, Writer's Legal Workshop, Publish or Persist, Building Characters, and Plotting and Planning. The panelists include Bill Baldwin, New York Times best-selling author of the Helmsman series; Ron Miller, Hugo Book of the Year and Violet Crown Award winning author and illustrator; Lillian Stewart Carl, author of eight novels and numerous short stories of mystery, suspense, romance, fantasy, & science fiction; Denise Tiller, author of Calculated Risk, Life, Health, and Annuity Reinsurance; Carol Woods, Senior Editor, Timberwolf Press; S.P. Swartz, Attorney at Law, Chief Legal Counsel for Timberwolf Press; Jim Cline, author of A Small Percentage, co-author of Website Sound, Producer and Chief Technology Officer, Timberwolf Press; Patrick Seaman, CEO, Timberwolf Press.


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Customer Reviews

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Not useless, but not worth the price

There are some decent ideas here, but very few original ones. If this had been sold in segments you could cherry-pick selected panel discussions and consider it a good buy. Unfortunately, you have to wade through a lot of repetition, digression, and soap box oratory by the participants to get a smattering of useful commentary.

Instead of this book, look for tighter, more constructive writing books by Sol Stein, William Froug, and Dwight Swain to name a few.
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- Aouda X

Not really called or is

It is not called that when you download it.
A few low-level CO-authors of text books (not on writing) and other insurance industry technical work. They do not shed any insight into what an aspiring author like myself was looking for. NOT AT ALL Exciting.

You are in trouble if you turn to an author of a text book on re-insurance for your excitement inducing content.
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- David Brown

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-19-2004
  • Publisher: Timberwolf Press