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Tag Archives: Donald Maass
How Many Years Does It Take to “Break Out?”
In 2002 Donald Maass published Writing the Breakout Novel, a book now famous throughout the writing land. I sat in the fifth row, through his all-day workshop in Orange County in 2004, thinking: “This guy scares the bejeezus out of me. I’ll never … Continue reading
Posted in Inspiration, The Writing Journey Tagged Donald Maass, Jenny Hansen, More Cowbell, publishing, success, writing 38 Comments
More Cowbell Monday – Make Your Bookshelf Work for You
What do you do when you need help with your writing? I don’t mean when you can’t find the right word or phrase…my critique partner, Sharla Rae, did an excellent job of solving that issue in her post over at … Continue reading
Posted in Amazing Writers, More Cowbell, The Writing Journey Tagged 16 Master Archetypes, 2002 Ways To Say I Love You, Anne Lamott, Barbara DeMarco-Barrett, Blake Synder, Bob Mayer, Building Fiction, Christopher Vogler, David Morrell, Debra Dixon, Descriptionary, Donald Maass, Dwight Swain, GMC, Goal Motivation and Conflict, Heroes & Heroines, How To Write a Damn Good Novel, James N. Frey, Jenny Hansen, Jesse Lee Kercheval, Julia Cameron, More Cowbell, Natalie Goldberg, Ray Bradbury, Reverse Dictionary, Save the Cat, Stephen King, Susan Piver, Tami Cowden, techniques of the selling writer, The Hard Questions, The Writer's Journey, thematic dictionary, Visual Glossary, What's What, writing craft, Writing Down the Bones, Writing The Breakout Novel 20 Comments