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How to Write a Booker Prize winning novel; an infographic.
BRB, taking notes.
Ha! There is a valuable lesson to be learned from this infographic:
Be sure that the “horniness” plot line and the “cannibilism” one never intersect.
Do you remember the old days when doing research meant knowing the alphabet and the Dewey Decimal system?
reblogged Kelsey Camille
reblogged raptorific who wrote:
I have too much time on my hands.
Orange Prize shortlist is announced! And here are the six books that made it to the list…
Half Blood Blues - Esi Edugyan
The Forgotten - Anne Enright
Painter of Silence - Georgina Harding
The Song of Achilles - Madeline Miller
Foreign Bodies - Cynthia Ozick
State of Wonder - Anne Patchett
(Today’s epigraph: “No award.”)
You can check out the winners in poetry, biography, history, and nonfiction here.
- Ernest Hemingway (reblogged artisticfreefall)
Judgement free zone!
*Disclaimer: all Turkish phrases below are via google translate, I apologize if they are wrong *
Merhaba Timas Publishing! My favourite (Canadian sp.) kind of book to read is literary fiction. I also read other genres (YA, Sci Fi, Non Fic, memoirs, graphic novels, humour, plays, poetry, philosophy) to try and stay a well rounded reader and hopefully a more open-minded aspiring writer. The one type of book that I have not made enough of an effort to read is definitely fantasy. Right now on my “to read” list there are only two fantasy titles “The Princess Bride" and "The Neverending Story" You can also check out my #books tag to see which books I have been posting about.
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FSF never lies.
… or so he would have you believe :P