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Reading a Writer’s Mind By Linda Acaster – Book Review

Reading a Writer’s Mind: Exploring Short Fiction – First Thought to Finished Story by Linda Acaster is a must. In fact, for any genre of any level of writer. For any level of the writer. Even if you as a writer is in a ‘near to perfection’ state. Because this book will still give you a new thrust in your writing. This book takes care guiding a budding or rookie writer to a matured writer right from the inception of idea towards building a story in a structured manner.

Reading A Writer's Mind

Reading a Writer’s Mind by Linda Acaster is not a theoretical guide that will bore you while reading. It is a unique practical guide that will keep you engage you throughout, chapter after chapter. The book helps you right through conceptualization to story building. Further, it helps to excellent writing. That enables you to create a binding between you as a writer and your readers. This book has a dedicated chapter for each of the genre – Mainstream, Horror, Fiction, Romance, Drama, Crime, Fantasy, and Historical. The author Linda Acaster is herself is an established writer of more than 70 short stories and five successful novels. In a way, Linda has covered almost all genres in her stories and novels.

Reading a Writer’s Mind By Linda Acaster

Reading A Writer's Mind

In this book, an aspiring writer will learn different technicalities required for writing and influencing readers. Learning about how to build a story from a character is an art. In fact, it teaches how to use tone as a tool for description. In addition, how to build interrogative ideas so as to engage readers and so on. Linda’s stories have been used as examples in the chapters of this fantastic book. Reading a Writer’s Mind by Linda Acaster is definitely going to be helpful for aspiring and budding writers. And is equally useful for expert writers to sharpen their weapons. Linda has been a successful Tutor, Trainer and Reader in this field with top institutions.

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