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Dragon Writers 2013 Anthology

Author : John Irvine
ISBN : 9781304844170
Genre : Poetry
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A collection of the very best writing for 2013 from members of the premier online writer's forum, Dragon Writers.
Category: Poetry

Dragon Writers

Author : Brandon Sanderson
ISBN : 1614754764
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Dragons are creatures of legend. Of magic. Of wisdom, nature, and the power of creation. They have been in every culture and mythology since the beginning of time. Writers are creatures of legend. With magic, wisdom, and the power of creation at their fingertips. They, too, are in every culture and have been creating their own mythologies since the beginning of time. Within each writer is the power of a dragon. . . . The power of creation. Gathered together are twenty-six stories from writers who dared to tame this power, including New York Times best-selling authors Brandon Sanderson, Jody Lynn Nye, Todd McCaffrey, and David Farland. Through fantasy, sci-fi, romance, and poetry, this anthology celebrates the magic and majesty of dragons, writers, and creativity. Within these pages, you'll find dragons who fly through space, who raise hatchlings, who carry the power of life and death. Some dragons are even featured as swords, planes, and origami creatures. Dragon Writers is a special collection where magic and myth combine to create something legendary. All profits benefit the Don Hodge Memorial Scholarship fund for the Superstars Writing Seminar.

Secrets Of The Dragon Riders

Author : James A. Owen
ISBN : 9781933771977
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Presents a collection of essays about the fantasy series "Inheritance cycle" by Christopher Paolini, covering criticism of the author, plots, major themes, and characters.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Dragon Tattoo And Its Long Tail

Author : David Geherin
ISBN : 9780786489688
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The enormous popularity of Stieg Larsson’s Millennium trilogy has raised awareness of other contemporary European authors of crime fiction. As a result, several of these novelists now reach a receptive American audience, eager for fresh perspectives in the genre. This critical text offers an introduction to current European crime writing by exploring ten of the best new crime nd mystery authors from Sweden (Stieg Larsson and Henning Mankell), Norway (Karin Fossum and Jo Nesbø), Iceland (Arnaldur Indridason), Italy (Andrea Camilleri), France (Fred Vargas), Scotland (Denise Mina and Philip Kerr), and Ireland (Ken Bruen), who are reshaping the landscape of the modern crime novel. Instructors considering this book for use in a course may request an examination copy here.
Category: Literary Criticism

How You Can Sell More Books

Author : Brian Rathbone
Genre : Business & Economics
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How Brian Sold Over 500,000 Books When Brian Rathbone got himself kicked out of high school, no one would have guessed he would go on to more than half a million books. No one knew who he was. No one was waiting to buy his next book, but somehow he managed to build an audience from scratch. Brian shares his mistakes and successes, so you can benefit from his experiences. Introduction - Who the heck is Brian Rathbone? The Basics – Don’t put the cart before the dragon Audience Building – Engage the geek magnet Hyperlinks for Authors – Transporting the reader to your world Readers Versus Units Sold – Treasure the dragon, not the hoard Email Lists – The dragons are in the list Mailing List Rental – Other people’s dragons Giving Away Content – No such thing as a free dragon Distributors Versus Publishing Direct – Here, you deal with the dragons! Conventions, Events and Book Signings – Beware the unicorn traffic jam Give The Reader Options – What color is your dragon? Meta-data – People who ran from this dragon also ran from that one Know Your Retailer – Befriend the gentle giant Team Up With Others – There is strength in legion Where To Spend Your Money – You can’t take hoard with you Web Sites And Email For Authors – hotone @ grumpydragons.com Twitter For Authors – Wookiees, Peanuts and Shapeways SEO For Authors – Invisible books don’t sell and they scare me a little Analytics For Authors – Counting your dragons. Marketing Nonfiction – How dragons can help you, too! Conclusion – Group dragon hug.
Category: Business & Economics


Author : Southern Indiana Writers
ISBN : 0988266474
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There are many kinds of dragons. Some are imaginary. Some are mythical. Some are metaphorical and some are man-made. The ones that live inside us can be the most dangerous ones of all. Here there be dragons.

The Dragon Has Two Tongues

Author : Glyn Jones
ISBN : 9781417508570
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The classic study of the English-language writing of Wales in the first half of the twentieth century by Glyn Jones, drawing on his personal acquaintance with writers like Dylan Thomas, Idris Davies and Caradoc Evans. Tony Brown had the opportunity to discuss the book with Glyn Jones before his death in 1995 and has had access to Glyn Jones's own proposed revisions and to manuscript drafts. This first paperback edition therefore includes some up-dating of the text and a new bibliography. Glyn Jones's first-hand knowledge of the writers, coupled with his shrewdness of critical comments, established the book as an invaluable study of this generation of Welsh writers. At the same time the autobiographical, first chapter in which Glyn Jones examines his own life and literary career - the boy who goes from a Welsh-speaking home in Merthyr, loses his Welsh as a result of his English-language education and cultural changes in industrial Merthyr, takes a job teaching in the slums of Cardiff, re-discovers as an adult the Welsh language and its rich literary tradition and becomes, in a full awareness of that tradition, one of Wales's major English-language writers of fiction and poetry - provides a "case study" of the cultural shifts which resulted in the emergence of a distinctive English-language literature in Wales in the early decades of the twentieth century.
Category: Literary Criticism

Lion And Dragon In Northern China

Author : Reginald F. Johnston
ISBN : 9781108029643
Genre : History
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A detailed examination of Chinese culture by Sir Reginald Johnston, tutor to the last emperor of China, published in 1910.
Category: History