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Write Away: One Novelist's Approach To Fiction and the Writing Life

Elizabeth George

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Biography: general, Autobiography: literary, Memoirs, Language: reference & general, Creative writing & creative writing guides, Prose: non-fiction

An inspiring template for any would-be author of fiction from one of the most successful writers of crime fiction in the world.

Elizabeth George is one of the most successful writers of crime fiction in the world. Her novels have appeared on bestseller lists in the UK, USA and Australia, and several of them have been dramatised as the Inspector Lynley Mysteries. She has also written a collection of short stories and edited a crime anthology.

Now she shares this wealth of experience with would-be novelists, and with crime fiction fans. Drawing extensively on her own work, and that of other bestselling writers including Stephen King, Harper Lee, Dennis Lehane and many others, she illustrates her points about plotting, characterisation and technique with great clarity.

She also includes extracts from her own Journals - the diaries she keeps as writes each of her novels - and these give us an unprecedented insight into the creative mind, with all its highs and lows.

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Praise for Write Away: One Novelist's Approach To Fiction and the Writing Life

  • An impressively thorough and down-to-earth guide . . . a perfect DIY guide for the determined new novelist . . . deserves to be in print for many years to come. - Terence Blacker, Sunday Times

  • Indispensable - Mariella Frostrup

  • It all adds up to a hugely instructive and practical book - Writing Magazine

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Elizabeth George

Elizabeth George is the author of highly acclaimed novels of psychological suspense. Her first novel, A Great Deliverance, was honoured with the Anthony and Agatha Best First Novel awards in America and received the Grand Prix de Litt rature Polici re in France. It was made into a BBC 1 Drama in March 2001. Well-Schooled in Murder was awarded the prestigious German prize for international mystery fiction, the MIMI (1990). An Edgar and Macavity Nominee as well as a New York Times and international bestselling author, Elizabeth George divides her time between California and Kensington, London.