3 edition of Writing at the limit found in the catalog.
Writing at the limit
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Frontiers of narrative|
|LC Classifications||PS374.N285 P86 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011043319|
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Writing at the Limit explores how novelists locate print writing within the contemporary media ecology, and what it really means to be writing Writing at the limit book print’s media limit.
Author Bio Daniel Punday is a professor in the Department of English and Philosophy at Purdue University–Calumet. Writing at the Limit explores how novelists locate print writing within the contemporary media ecology, and what it really means to be writing at print’s media by: 4.
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A thirteen year old genius named Matt Dunston is taken away after his family exceeds the Limit placed by the government. He is brought to a workhouse lead by Miss Smoot, a syrupy sweet woman he believes is hiding something. There he is scored by his IQ. This book is designed to provide information and motivation to our readers.
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But when it comes to writing for children. If you're writing an adult novel, the target you should aim for (knowing you won't hit it exactly) is aro, words. As for children's books, here are the general targets: Picture books: words. Early readers: individual publishers set targets according to reading level, but under 3, Chapter books: 6, Ten rules for writing fiction.
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So you’ve written your book, you’ve chosen your title and cover design, and you’re breathing a sigh of relief. Now you have to decide what goes on the back cover. New authors sometimes rush this decision, writing the first thing that comes to mind. After all, it’s the back of the book.
Nonfiction Picture Book — 3, words max, but closer to 1, to 2, words. Early Reader — 1, words is the max. Chapter Book — This varies widely, depending on grade and reader level, usually starting at 4, words words max. Young Middle Grade or MG — 15, to 25, words. Middle Grade or MG — 45, words max for.
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It’s easy to agree on the definition of writing if we limit it to something like “putting pen to paper” or “typing ideas into a computer.” But if we look more closely at the elements of the act of writing, the definition comes to life. I am not writing about the potential for sales of a particular book to a reader.
As an agent, I define a “limited market” for a book as one very few publishers desire to publish or a category published so infrequently it is probably not worth trying. book. In most five-page reviews, you will likely need to limit the introduction to one or two paragraphs. The introduction should be approximately one half page in length.
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