Stein on Writing: A Master Editor of Some of the Most Successful Writers of Our Century Shares His Craft Techniques and Strategies

Stein On Writing

Authors: Sol Stein,

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Sol Stein provides advice that is sure to change your writing career forever. You will learn everything about creating content — from conception to the very end. His guidance will help you identify the flaws in your work and fix them so that you are left with a story that is absolutely worth reading.

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