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Plotting the Novel

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The emphasis throughout is on practical advice, based on the author's long experience as a publisher, as the author of more than a dozen published books and as a teacher of creative writing. This book is a guide to the intricacies of plotting. Michael Legat has written "An Author's Guide to Publishing", "Writing For Pleasure and Profit" and "The Nuts and Bolts of Writing".
Paperback, 128 pages
Published 1992 by Robert Hale
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As the title says, about the structure of the novel. Author a bit chatty for his own good.
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Michael Legat was born on 24 March 1923 in London, England, UK. He began writing at a very early age. He devoted his career to publishing and also wrote a book for authors. After a long and successful career as Editorial Director of Corgi Books and later of Cassell during 35 years, in 1978 he decided to leave the trade and take up writing full time. In 1980 his first novel, Mario's Vineyard was pu ...more
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