Fictional Deceptions: Using Deception to Baffle, Surprise and Entertain Your Audience

The first book to show how writers use deception to surprise and, thereby, entertain their audiences. Fictional Deceptions discusses the use of deception in movies, novels and plays from a broad range of genres from romances to thrillers, dramas to mysteries. Designed for writers of all genres of movies, books and plays, as well as for fans of mysteries, novels and movies. More

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About K. Scot Macdonald

K. Scot Macdonald is the author of five novels and four non-fiction books. His work has appeared in the Writers’ Journal, Funds for Writers, and Animal Wellness, among many other magazines, websites and journals. He earned a degree in psychology and history from the University of British Columbia, a journalism degree from the University of Nevada, Reno, and degrees in International Relations from the University of Southern California. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, daughter and spoiled wheaten Scottish terrier.

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