The Seven Writerly Sins

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
This nonfiction booklet explains seven common snags committed by many writers when writing narrative.

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Published by FrostProof 808
Words: 3,540
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458157652
About Harvey Stanbrough

Because he is unable to do otherwise, Harvey Stanbrough splits his writing personality among four personas. When asked why, he most often replies, "Hey, Roses are red and violets are blue; I'm schizophrenic and so am I."
As Harvey Stanbrough, he writes poetry and nonfiction, various publications of which have been nominated the Frankfurt (Germany) Book Fair Award, the Foreword Magazine Engraver’s Award, the Pushcart Prize, the BEA (NY) Book of the Year Award and the National Book Award. Harvey also copyedits for other writers and teaches writing in Southeast Arizona and (soon) online. Harvey was born in New Mexico, seasoned in Texas, and baked in Arizona. After a 21-year stint in the US Marine Corps, he managed to sneak up on a bachelor’s degree at Eastern New Mexico University in Portales in 1996. Oh, and he also writes a little fiction under his own name (see below).
As his alter egos—Gervasio Arrancado, Nicolas Z "Nick" Porter, and Eric Stringer, all of whom are close friends except maybe Eric—he writes (respectively) magic realism, spare Hemingway fiction, and the fiction of an unapologetic neurotic. You can see the full bios of Gervasio, Nick and Eric—including their photos (hey, a persona needs a life of its own)—on their own respective Smashwords pages. Thanks for stopping by.

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Reviews

Review by: Kenneth Flowers on June 08, 2011 :
Brilliantly humorous (I could see that John was angry.)
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Don Johnson on April 14, 2011 :
An excellent handbook by the old word meister himself. Harvey Stanbrough boils what would normally amount to reams of narrative into a few terse paragraphs that say it all.
Whether you’re a neophyte scribbler or a seasoned pro, you’ll find this book helpful and easy to assimilate. A bargain for anyone who wants to improve his/her craft.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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