Laughter Lifts the Heart
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Tag Archives: James Ellroy
2013 Year in Books–According to Goodreads
Well, according to Goodreads, this is all I read throughout year. The books are displayed in no particular order, and I’m almost certain it’s an incomplete list. Surely I read more than that! I reckon I just forgot to record … Continue reading
The Black Dahlia, a review
Donald Maass used The Black Dahlia in The Fire in Fiction to illustrate how to make a character “special.” Since no one personality would appeal to all readers, the best way to make a character special is to show how … Continue reading
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Early Lessons from The Black Dahlia
Back in January of 2010, I made a New Year’s resolution some of you may remember: to read every book Donald Maass used as an example in his The Fire in Fiction. All this time, and I’m just now hitting chapter … Continue reading