Tessa Emily Hall ~ Christ is Write: Book DissectionAlone in a Room with Invisible People is a podcast focusing on topics related to writing, revising and publishing fiction. Whether you are wanting to write in a genre you have always loved or you need to learn a new one relatively quickly, Holly has done both and lays out a clear path to success in this episode. Find out: how to spot the best parts of a genre, when you can leave out bits and how to add what matters to you into your work. Listen to the episode, then hop on over to our site, print out the free worksheets no email is asked for and there are no requirements or restrictions in order to download them and get to work! After the episode: Have something to say? A question to ask?
Episode 28: Learn Your Genre – How to Dissect a Novel You Love
Great idea, and definitely a lot less messy and stinky than dissecting a frog. Not to mention your lunch will stay in place. I would much rather prefer to dissect a book than a frog! And after highlighting all the specific parts in a 'textbook' it would look more like a rainbow book! That is a fantastic idea!
Following the advice of Mortimer Adler from , we dissect how to read a book and glean the most value we can from it.
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There are billions of stories that have been told in all of humanity and so there are a few that can be safely forgotten. Take a tour through a thrift store and you'll find hundreds of old hardcover books that are just begging to find a new life., You've got your original idea and you've done your research.
By Marcy Kennedy MarcyKennedy. Dissecting a book to understand how and why it works is a skill in itself. Head over to Amazon. Now pick Best Sellers. For this particular exercise, we want to learn from the books that are grabbing enough readers to hit the lists. We want books that are moving a lot of copies every day.