Basher Basics: Creative Writing by Mary Budzik
  

Synopsis

Basher Basics: Creative Writing by Mary Budzik

With its lively, distinctive approach, this is a unique one-stop guide to the basics of creative writing. Meet Plot, who keeps a story running and its events moving in the right order; Atmosphere, who can fill a scene with suspense; a cast of Heroes and Villains including Protagonist and Narrator; and chatty, talkative Dialogue. Plus tonnes of detail on the building blocks of narrative and what makes creative writing work.

About the Author

Mary Frances Budzik is the author of previous Basher Basics titles Grammar and Punctuation. She has a BA in English Literature from Boston College and an MA in English Literature from Columbia University. Consultant Meg Rosoff is an award-winning American author who lives in London. She is best known for her novel How I Live Now, which won the Guardian Award (2004), Michael L. Printz Award (2005) and Branford Boase Award (2005).

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Paperback
64 pages

Author

Mary Budzik
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Publication date

4th July 2013

ISBN

9780753435892


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