Welcome to Hell

Welcome to Hell This working guide for the beginner writer is full of extremely useful suggestions Piccirilli lets you know from the start that writing is serious business but at the same time the book is full of h

  • Title: Welcome to Hell
  • Author: Tom Piccirilli
  • ISBN: 9780966818420
  • Page: 184
  • Format: Paperback
  • This working guide for the beginner writer is full of extremely useful suggestions Piccirilli lets you know from the start that writing is serious business, but at the same time, the book is full of his offbeat, scathing humorif anybody tells you that all you need is a lucky break, then tell them to shove off Luck is about the worst thing that can happen in this biThis working guide for the beginner writer is full of extremely useful suggestions Piccirilli lets you know from the start that writing is serious business, but at the same time, the book is full of his offbeat, scathing humorif anybody tells you that all you need is a lucky break, then tell them to shove off Luck is about the worst thing that can happen in this biz, and it s no substitute for knowledge, experience, and skill Tom Piccirilli, from Welcome to Hel
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    • William Cook says:

      5.0 out of 5 stars Brief but brilliant, November 13, 2012Verified Purchase.This review is from: Welcome to Hell : A Working Guide for the Beginning Writer (Paperback)What a brilliant little book from Mr Piccirilli. No bullshit - just plain and to the point, filled with interesting anecdotes and poignant advice, this is a must for writers who want/need some inspiration. Highly recommended.

    • M Griffin says:

      This is a quick, easy-to-read overview of (as should be obvious from the subtitle) all kinds of things the new, aspiring writer ought to do. It covers a wide diversity of aspects of the process of moving forward as a writer, from the importance of reading as "food" for the budding writing, to the necessity of self-editing. There's a section on elements of writing technique such as narrative voice and conflict, and some mention of things peripherally related to writing, such as networking online [...]

    • John Bruni says:

      This is a phenomenal book about writing. Piccirilli's been through it all, and he lays it all out nice and simple and quickly. I wish I'd learned something from it. I've been around a bit myself, and I've learned just about everything in here from various sources over the years. But if I was just starting out, this would be an eye opener. There are some authors who have been around just as long as me making some of the mistakes Piccirilli points out. The one that gets me the most is the passive [...]

    • Douglas Castagna says:

      If brevity is the soul of wit, then this book proves Piccirilli to be one witty mo-fo. The book manages to cut through rhetoric and hone in on some important facts and tidbits that should be helpful to a new writer, even a not so new one. Piccirilli draws from his experience across many genres to distill what he had learned the hard way. The reader gets to benefit from his sweat stained pages and his wit. Another great piece of writing from a very talented writer gone too soon.

    • Chuck Rios says:

      Holy crap! I'm actually living most of the content in this book! Welcome to Hell was a good, swift kick in my ass. Tom's depiction of the writer’s life got me back on track and helped me decide where I need to be heading. Thanks Tom!This book and Richard Laymons A WRITERS TALE should be enough fuel to fire any writer up!

    • Greg Fisher says:

      Writing is a hard life and writing horror doesn't make your lot any easier. Tom Piccirilli is an award winning horror author who still hasn't realized the kind of bestselling fame that Stephen King or even Peter Straub has, and yet can't give up the writing life. Here he explores what you need to have a chance at making a go of a writing career.

    • D. Rae says:

      Very short, only 50 pages, but filled with the right amount of advice for beginning writers without all the cr oops, I mean, without all the filler junk other writers use to fill up a book.Well worth reading and keeping for reviewing.

    • B.C. says:

      A quick read at just under 70 pages, but packed full of useful information for the beginning writer. The advice here is honest and direct, making this little guide refreshing. I'll be reading it again.

    • Russ Dumanovsky says:

      Quick, great read for aspiring writers! Probably will re-read this every now and again too.

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