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Maass’s Average Joe
Posted on January 27, 2010 by Linda W. Yezak
If it weren’t for the amount of time I’m going to spend singing the praises of a writer named Thomas H. Cook, I would’ve titled this post: The Failure of Resolution #5. Res. 5 goes something like this: “I will … Continue reading →
Posted in Authors, Writing How-To Books, Writing Tips | Tagged Donald Maass, fiction, heros, protagonists, Red Leaves, The Fire in Fiction, Thomas H. Cook, Writing | 2 Comments