I’ll admit, sometimes I do research beforehand. However, that’s only when I’m still trying to nail down what could happen in the plot or with a character. 411 more words
Tags » How To Write
She has four Cavalier King Charles spaniels, a cranky cat, 17 elderly chickens (“everything on my farm is geriatric, including me”), three horses and a 33-year-old pony, but Lisa Scottoline still manages to write three books
It’s fairly common for editors to want to change titles. Sometimes a title might be too much like that of another book. For example, one of my novels had the working title of Berserker Prime. 21 more words
The Death and Life of the Great Lakes, by Dan Egan. (Norton, $17.95.) Climate change, invasive species and growing human populations are all imperiling the largest freshwater system in the world, which is also the source of drinking water for millions.
THE BIBLE OF DIRTY JOKES By Eileen Pollack 308 pp. Four Way Books. Paper, $19.95. In “False Alarms,” a 1936 Three Stooges short, June Gittelson’s character, Minnie, tells Curly: “You’ll like me after we get acquainted. 13 more words