Jaqueline Girdner Ronald Hudson
Meet a Jerk, Get to Work, How to Write Villains and the Occasional Hero
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Meet a Jerk, Get to Work, How to Write Villains and the Occasional Hero Jaqueline Girdner Ronald Hudson None. Meet a Jerk Get to Work How to Write Villains and the Occasional Hero None
  • Title: Meet a Jerk, Get to Work, How to Write Villains and the Occasional Hero
  • Author: Jaqueline Girdner Ronald Hudson
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Meet a Jerk, Get to Work, How to Write Villains and the Occasional Hero Jaqueline Girdner Ronald Hudson

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    1. Anna Erishkigal says:

      I got this little short story for free on kindle It s basically a reprint of an article from some writing journal or other about where the author finds inspiration for the villains she then knocks off in her stories and the heinous circumstances of their deaths, but it is information I haven t encountered before and it s opened my eyes for a whole new avenue for creating mayhem in my own novels Thanks for the freebie

    2. Karen Byrum says:

      Good info Not a full length bookbut an article Very interesting Finding villains in everyday life, even strangers on the street A quick and useful read for beginning writers as well as veterans.

    3. Aimee says:

      Short and sweetIt s one writers process on how she comes up with her characters and plot It is not an in depth analysis of anything Interesting look into the mind of a murder, oops I mean writer.

    4. Justin Pyfrom says:

      A killer adviceI m not one for mystery novels but that doesn t mean it didn t teach me anything Writers from all genres can take something from this piece and reengineer it for their desired genre I m surely am.

    5. Lauren says:

      I appreciated the tips on finding villains in your everyday life Jaqueline Girdner introduced an interesting approach to finding murderers and their victims The novel summed up to revenge killing If you meet someone who is unpleasant or has wronged you or a friend in some way, they could easily be your inspiration for a bad guy She offers some other insight to how she goes about plotting murders and finding murder weapons, I appreciate any published author s insight.This was a free eBook, It cou [...]

    6. Graham Downs says:

      I simply adored this little article I don t want to steal Ms Girdner s thunder, but it s basically about observation It s about watching and listening to real people in real situations around you and drawing your inspiration from them, specifically to write murder mysteries, but really it s applicable to any genre.The article really gets the creative juices flowing I might just consider writing a murder mystery at some point

    7. Suzie Quint says:

      This is not a full length book More of an essay, but it was free on and still is as I write this The author writes mysteries and that s the focus of this article While it s not exhaustive on the subject by any means, it does stimulate thought about characters, methods, and settings and so is worth the price free and the little bit of time it takes to read Thus the 4 stars since I m rating it for what it intends to be.

    8. James Marsh says:

      Short and sweet this is of a blog post than a novel, but still quite a few helpful insights into the writing process.Some of the themes she covers What makes a good motivation murderer What makes a good victim What makes a good location weapon How can everyday experiences influence and inspire stories

    9. Terry Cohoe says:

      This is a fairly short instructional book on how to write mystery novels I found it simple but definitely worthwhile to read A quick read with great tips This is the second time I ve read and I was able to glean magic from it both times.

    10. Fly says:

      Good, but not what I was looking for I thought this was going to be on the lines of creating a good villain, but it was along the lines of how the author found inspiration in the people and things around her.

    11. Mark says:

      fun, but crazy short.

    12. Hildegart says:

      I enjoyed reading the author s way of finding and creating villains It is short, but it gives you a way to approach writing in a villain.

    13. SweetSweeede says:

      Entertaining and inspiring article.

    14. eclecticire says:

      Has some good ideas to help a novice get started.

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