The Writer's Lesson Book
Tips for writers from the books we read.
Tag Archives: Children’s Literature
The Road Well Travelled: Why Tread the Path of Traditional Publishing?
A Pocket Full of Murder by R.J. Anderson: Word building in Fantasy Fiction: The Tolkien Benchmark
Crispin: the Cross of Lead and Crispin: At The Edge of The World By AVI
The Literary Contribution of George MacDonald – A Wellspring of Firsts when it comes to Fantasy
Coraline by Neil Gaiman: Myth and a Message
Airborn By Kenneth Oppel – Writing a Work of Merit
Holes By Louis Sachar – Novel Writing and Chess
The Dark is Rising By Susan Cooper – Technique and Content in Children’s Literature
Over Sea, Under Stone By Susan Cooper – Great Expectations: Techniques for Building Suspense
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