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“Great characters are conjured from unthinking trances” is one of the many misconceptions that this book debunks. William H. Coles in writing Creating Literary Stories: A Fiction Writer’s Guide aimed to provide a practical resource for writers in the literary fiction genre that can be used to improve on the key elements such as characterisation, plot, humour and Point of View. The sections in this book are split into book one and book two. Book one focuses on the literary story in fiction while book two teaches how to create a literary fictional story.
This book would be suitable for anyone who wants to learn how to successfully write literary fiction.Read the entire review here…