Three volumes of discussions, essays, instructions, lessons and insights into
how a writer reverses mental processes from reader to producer of
These volumes have been compiled from a scattering of
on writing craft that have garnered praise for Jacqueline
Lichtenberg's advice such as this from
It's reading articles like yours and Linnea Sinclair's, and
taking online classes which make me double check what I've done.
I've been writing by instinct for the most part. However,
when one knows the craft rules, it makes things so much easier. I
taught art for many years. My teacher, Mrs R.T. Perkins, gave me
good advice which applies to all of life. "Know the rules, and
don't break them... unless you do it beautifully." That was a large
part of what you were saying in
your article. I'm just trying to learn the rules.
Perkins is quoted from a book she is preparing on Art.
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