The Writing Trade: A Year in the Life PDF Ê The

The Writing Trade: A Year in the Life PDF Ê The

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10 thoughts on “The Writing Trade: A Year in the Life

  1. Mike Mike says:

    I read this book back in early 1993, and only remember that because I copied some quotes from it at the time Going by the number of quotes I made in my journal, I must have been very impressed by it


  2. John John says:

    Jerome s year is broken down month by month, with each period covered chronologically, though not with strictly dated entries digressions on his previous career working on magazines sports, automotives , as well as contrasts with his previous time in rural New Hampshire he s lived in western Massachusetts for several years are included Moreover, his wife is alsoa writer, so it s a sort of two fer in that regard.The author s lifestyle is so different from mine that I had trouble connectingJerome s year is broken down month by month, with each period covered chronologically, though not with strictly dated entries digressions on his previous career working on magazines sports, automotives , as well as contrasts with his previous time in rural New Hampshire he s lived in western Massachusetts for several years are included Moreover, his wife is alsoa writer, so it s a sort of two fer in that regard.The author s lifestyle is so different from mine that I had trouble connecting with his anecdotes even so, the book reads well, and contains interesting observations advice.


  3. Andrew Shaffer Andrew Shaffer says:

    The most accurate, honest book about the day to day activities of a midlist writer that you ll ever read If you re currently a freelance writer, you ll nod your head in agreement even though the book is nearly 20 years old now, things haven t changed all that much in the writing trade except for this whee little thing called the Internet I wouldn t recommend it for aspiring writers, however, as it s tedious and will, in the words of another reviewer, doto dissuade you from writing The most accurate, honest book about the day to day activities of a midlist writer that you ll ever read If you re currently a freelance writer, you ll nod your head in agreement even though the book is nearly 20 years old now, things haven t changed all that much in the writing trade except for this whee little thing called the Internet I wouldn t recommend it for aspiring writers, however, as it s tedious and will, in the words of another reviewer, doto dissuade you from writing than encourage you


  4. Sue Sue says:

    An interesting premise for a book, but I found it difficult to relate to, mostly because the publishing industry and the tools of the writing trade have changed so much since 1992, when the book was published.


  5. Liz Nameth Liz Nameth says:

    I really enjoyed this book Instead of telling you how to write, he shares his process and experience Muchhelpful.


  6. Andrew Andrew says:

    This book is incredibly tedious It almost made me want to give up writing rather than pursue it.


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