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The Marshall Plan for Getting Your Novel Published: 90 Strategies and Techniques for Selling Your Fiction

3.82 of 5 stars 3.82  ·  rating details  ·  22 ratings  ·  3 reviews
In this, the third book in the popular Marshall Plan series, noted author and agent Evan Marshall focuses readers on making a good novel better and taking the next step of sending their work to editors and agents - all with an insider's knowledge. He teaches them how to: Improve dialogue, tension and pace; Edit for clarity, concision and correctness; Approach agents and ed ...more
Published October 15th 2004 by Writer's Digest Books (first published June 2003)
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Tanya Simon
May 28, 2014 Tanya Simon rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: authors struggling with rejection by agents and publishers
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Once again the book was packed full of incredibly useful information and when I have my next book ready to send to the publishers and agents on my list, I will refer back to it often. However, I also found the writing models and suggestions to be rigid and the selections of books chosen to make his points were usually my least favorite parts of the books I had read. As an example, when discussing description Marshall used a section of Anne Rice’s “Queen of the Damned” to make his point. The part ...more
Straightforward, clear, useful information. I will definitely be referring back to this book every step of the way when the time comes for me to start sending my book out.
Nicole Lynn Hoefs
It's a little dated but I thought this book was very helpful. I'm going to look into buying a copy for my personal library so I can always refer back to it. I'd highly recommend for aspiring authors who want to get published.
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Evan Marshall is an internationally recognized expert on fiction writing and author of the “Hidden Manhattan” and “Jane Stuart and Winky” mystery series. A former book editor, for 27 years he has been a leading literary agent specializing in fiction. His Marshall Plan Novel Writing Software, written with Martha Jewett, is an adaptation of his bestselling Marshall Plan series. ...more
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