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Wednesday, December 21, 2011

3 Great Cheryl Klein posts on the Craft of Writing

I'm popping in for a moment to make sure writers hear about a terrific new mini-series on Cheryl Klein's Brooklyn Arden blog.

Klein often writes Behind the Book posts for the titles she publishes. This time she offers Three Things Writers Can Learn from Liar's Moon by Elizabeth C. Bunce.

Klein discusses (1) knowing what sort of story you're writing; (2) how to make a mystery matter; and (3) how to recognize the power of a damn good outline. You don't have to write for young readers to find these posts helpful.

It all starts with this post:


Cheryl Klein is a superb analyst as well as a terrific teacher, which is why we recommend both her blog and her book.

1 comment:

  1. I’ve read these posts, and they are well worth reading. Both Ms. Klein and Ms. Bunce are class acts.