Content Tagged ‘Lee Child’

Lee Child: Write What You Feel

March 21, 2013 | 6 Comments

A cheap trick that slays readers

March 3, 2013 | 11 Comments

Jill Talbot’s braided essay & Lee Child on creating suspense. It’s difficult for most people to verbalize the ways in which they disappoint themselves and others. The personal essay and the memoir demand that it be written down, perhaps even read aloud to others. The genre, I tell my students, is not for everyone. If you’re not comfortable with looking closely at where you have gone wrong or at least trying to find out why, you’re not going to be …

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