Most of her work is fiction, so this rare nonfiction title from her is not only unique, but helpful and insightful. She covers short stories as well as novels, characterization and plot, and as a woman struggling in a man’s profession at the time (1925) but still receiving recognition and awards, she has a perspective on the craft and business that speaks not only to women writers but all authors who want to create absorbing stories that will engage readers for years to come.
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