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Title Indie Author Confidential Vol 7
Author M.L. Ronn
Publisher Author Level Up LLC
Release 2021-11-13
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 172
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The ground-breaking, behind-the-scenes look at a working writer continues with Vol. 7! Prolific writer M.L. Ronn (Michael La Ronn) shares his lessons learned on his journey to become a successful writer. You’ll discover writing, marketing, business, and other miscellaneous tips that you don’t hear every day. Covered in this volume: • How many books Michael wrote during his annual “Beast Mode” Challenge • Lessons Michael learned from a valuable mentor in 2021 • How Michael is thinking about estate planning in 2022 • Major changes to the Indie Author Confidential series in 2022 and beyond The information in this book is what writers discuss over beers at writing conferences. You may find it useful on your journey to becoming a successful writer. It just might make you more money and help you satisfy your readers, too. Are you ready to dive into the world of Indie Author Confidential? V1.0

How Writing Touches by Ken Gale

Title How Writing Touches
Author Ken Gale
Publisher Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Release 2012-01-17
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 195
ISBN 1443836729
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Five scholars met as writers at a workshop at the 2007 International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry and made a commitment to write over the following year to, for and with each other. It became an experiment in the craft of autoethnography, exploring questions of intimacy and connection manifested through collaborative writing. Each year since then, the authors have returned to the Congress to read a small anthology of the year’s writing—and to decide whether or not to continue. This book covers the first two years of that writing, offering stories of how writing touches, how it writes bodies into being and in between. It is an affecting, radical work, exploring love and intimacy as scholarly, messy, complex methodology—writing that often affirms and sometimes disturbs.

Title The Pocket Guide to Pantsing
Author M.L. Ronn
Publisher Author Level Up LLC
Release 2021-10-01
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 222
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Pantsers: do you want to ditch outlining forever but don't know how? Maybe you've tried to write by the seat of your pants, but you got lost in the weeds. Or, you just need some structure. Writing a novel without an outline is like solving a complex puzzle—daunting, but not impossible. Master this technique and you'll write stories that you never dreamed of--and readers will pay you for it. In this practical, no BS guide, prolific M.L. Ronn will talk about the pantsing process he's followed to write over 20 novels without an outline. You'll discover: * A tried-and-true structure for writing your book without an outline * How to win the war against self-doubt * What to do when you get stuck, and exactly what to write next * How to edit your novel as you go and produce a clean first & final draft Once you write your first novel without an outline, the next one will be much easier. All you need is practical advice. Click the buy button to take your writing skills to the next level. V1.0

Dark Writing by Paul Carter

Title Dark Writing
Author Paul Carter
Publisher University of Hawaii Press
Release 2008-10-31
Category Art
Total Pages 328
ISBN 0824832469
Language English, Spanish, and French
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We do not see empty figures and outlines; we do not move in straight lines. Everywhere we are surrounded by dapple; the geometry of our embodied lives is curviform, meandering, bi-pedal. Our personal worlds are timed, inter-positional, and contingent. But nowhere in the language of cartography and design do these ordinary experiences appear. This, Dark Writing argues, is a serious omission because they are designs on the world: architects and colonizers use their lines to construct the places where we will live. But the rectilinear streets, squares, and public spaces produced in this way leave out people and the entire environmental history of their coming together. How, this book asks, can we explain the omission of bodies from maps and plans? And how can we redraw the lines maps and plans use so that the qualitative world of shadows, footprints, comings and goings, and occasions—all essential qualities of places that incubate sociality—can be registered? In short, Dark Writing asks why we represent the world as static when our experience of it is mobile. It traces this bias in Enlightenment cartography, in inductive logic, and in contemporary place design. This is the negative critique. Its positive argument is that, when we look closely at these designs on the world, we find traces of a repressed movement form. Even the ideal lines of geometrical figures turn out to contain traces of earlier passages; and there are many forms of graphic design that do engage with the dark environment that surrounds the light of reason. How can this "dark writing"—so important to reconfiguring our world as a place of meeting, of co-existence and sustaining diversity—be represented? And how, therefore, can our representations of the world embody more sensuously the mobile histories that have produced it? Dark Writing answers these questions using case studies: the exemplary case of the beginnings of the now world-famous Papunya Tula Painting Movement (Central Australia) and three high-profile public place-making initiatives in which the author was involved as artist and thinker. These case studies are nested inside historical chapters and philosophical discussions of the line and linear thinking that make Dark Writing both a highly personal book and a narrative with wide general appeal.

Writing What You Know by Meg Files

Title Writing What You Know
Author Meg Files
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release 2016-04-19
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 212
ISBN 1621535177
Language English, Spanish, and French
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It's easy for people to write about their feelings in a journal. It's more difficult, however, to convert personal experiences into stories worthy of publication—fiction, non-fiction, or poetry. Filled with engaging exercises, Write from Life guides writers in identifying story-worthy material and transforming their raw material into finished pieces, through conquering fears associated with personal exposure, determining a story's focus, shaping the material into a cohesive whole, and editing and revising as needed. Writers working in any form will find this book invaluable for supplying them with the inspiration and practical instruction they need to get their experiences and emotions into print. In addition, they will learn to: Tap into difficult, guarded parts of their lives to tell the stories they desire Write emotionally intense material Decide which literary form is right for their stories Create the illusion of real speech with effective dialogue Tell their stories with authority Develop effective beginnings, middles, and ends Share their work with others and deal with reactions courageously Files' friendly, encouraging advice makes it a pleasure for writers to write the stories they are most passionate about. In an age when publishing can mean pushing a button on Facebook, Twitter, or a blog, there is an enduring urge to send stories out into the world. In an atmosphere of misinformation and lies that social media and the ease of publishing may encourage, we especially crave truth. The time to start telling it is now—so many aspiring writers have truths worth sharing and stories begging to be told! Allworth Press, an imprint of Skyhorse Publishing, publishes a broad range of books on the visual and performing arts, with emphasis on the business of art. Our titles cover subjects such as graphic design, theater, branding, fine art, photography, interior design, writing, acting, film, how to start careers, business and legal forms, business practices, and more. While we don't aspire to publish a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are deeply committed to quality books that help creative professionals succeed and thrive. We often publish in areas overlooked by other publishers and welcome the author whose expertise can help our audience of readers.

All the Words by Kristen Tate

Title All the Words
Author Kristen Tate
Publisher The Blue Garret
Release 2020-02-10
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages
ISBN 1734574208
Language English, Spanish, and French
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If you read one book about writing every week for a year, what would you learn? Thanks to the self-publishing revolution and events like National Novel Writing Month, the genre of writing craft books has exploded in recent years. Book editor Kristen Tate set out to read and review one writing advice book each week for a year, from classics like E. M. Forster’s Aspects of the Novel and Anne Lamott’s Bird by Bird to newer works like Jane Alison’s Meander, Spiral, Explode and Jessica Brody’s Save the Cat! Writes a Novel. What she discovered was a dizzying array of approaches to writing: plotters who know even the smallest details about characters before they write a word; pantsers who blithely dive right into a draft without a plan; anti-adverb crusaders and advocates for complex sentences; and, always, that the best way to learn is to read the kinds of books you want to write. All the Words is also a meditation on the challenges and pleasures of starting and sustaining a weekly practice of reading, thinking, and writing. It’s an optimistic, encouraging book that will motivate you to keep reading and, most importantly, keep writing.

Writing as a Path to Awakening by Albert Flynn DeSilver

Title Writing as a Path to Awakening
Author Albert Flynn DeSilver
Publisher Sounds True
Release 2017-08-31
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 208
ISBN 1622039122
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The best writers say their work seems to come from a source beyond the thinking mind. But how do we access that source? “We must first look inside ourselves and be willing to touch that raw emotional core at the heart of a deeper creativity,” writes Albert Flynn DeSilver. In Writing as a Path to Awakening, this renowned poet, writer, and teacher shows you how to use meditation to cultivate true depth in your own writing—so your words reveal layers of profound insight that inspire and move your readers. Constructed as a year-long exploration with a new focus for each month and season, Writing as a Path to Awakening includes: • How to approach writing and reading with a greater level of presence and immersion • Engaging curiosity, playfulness, and spontaneity to keep your regular practice fresh • Meditating with poetry to deeply embody the power of language • How you can spark your imagination by connecting to the groundless source of creation • The meditative approach to storytelling—how not being trapped in your story liberates your capacity to create • Editing, rewriting, and the path of spiritual transformation “Writing and meditation practice are a powerful pair, a dynamic duo,” Albert Flynn DeSilver teaches. “Together they nourish and push, trigger and define, inform and inspire, enable, and energize. To engage in both practices fully is to activate a more complete, creative, and spiritual self.” With a mixture of engaging storytelling and practical exercises, Writing as a Path to Awakening invites you on a yearlong journey of growth and discovery—to enhance your writing through the practice of meditation while using the creative process to accelerate your spiritual evolution.

Title How to Write Your First Novel
Author M.L. Ronn
Publisher Author Level Up LLC
Release 2018-10-24
Category Reference
Total Pages 178
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Are you still dreaming about writing that book? Learning how to write your first novel can be overwhelming. You have to master outlining, writing, revising, and so much more...and it can be scary if you've never done it before. While it seems daunting, writing your first novel is simple when you have someone experienced to help you through it. In this writer’s guide, prolific writer M.L. Ronn shares an easy step-by-step process of writing compelling fiction that he's perfected after writing 40+ books. Write your first novel with structured advice tailored for beginners: Learn the basic building blocks of every story and how to put them together Develop an effective outline (or learn how to write without one!) Discover winning formulas that mega-bestsellers use to write their novels Navigate your novel’s “murky middle” with 7 unorthodox strategies that will get you unstuck in no time Revise your story without fear Writing your first novel is life-changing. Download this writer’s guide, follow the step-by-step instructions, and you'll wake up one morning very soon with a finished manuscript waiting for you. V1.0

Title The Indie Writer s Encyclopedia
Author M.L. Ronn
Publisher Author Level Up LLC
Release 2019-07-20
Category Reference
Total Pages 298
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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300+ terms, 200+ explanations, and an appendix that will make your jaw drop! In this useful writer’s guide, prolific writer M.L. Ronn covers every writing, marketing, and business term that a working writer needs to know to thrive in today’s digital world of publishing, with detailed examples. This unique dictionary/encyclopedia hybrid will answer virtually any question you have about publishing. When you’re done reading, you’ll have: * A go-to resource that you can use again and again whenever you have a question * A career’s worth of publishing industry education that takes some writers a lifetime to learn * An unfair competitive advantage because your brain will swell up to twice its size and elevate you to a new level of existence (just kidding...this is a book description for an encyclopedia, for Pete’s sake—it needs humor!) The Indie Writer’s Encyclopedia might not be the sexist book you buy this year, but it just might be the most practical. Click the buy button to grab your copy of The Indie Writer’s Encyclopedia today! V1.0

Black Male Outsider by Gary L. Lemons

Title Black Male Outsider
Author Gary L. Lemons
Publisher SUNY Press
Release 2008-01-10
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 244
ISBN 9780791473023
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

One man’s account of becoming a feminist professor.

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