Depending On Your Point of View – Part Two The previous post examined the different types of character driven points of view (POV). This post will deal with the narrative POV in its simplest terms. Remember narrative POV is independent of the main characters of the novel. He narrates the story but he is not […]
Reviewed for BIW by Connie Weber Instead of giving her reader lots of philosophical and biographical information, in her book Steering the Craft, Ursula K. Le Guin gently guides writers through a series of exercises to help focus and hone the writing. She quotes classic literature from Jane Austen to Mark Twain to Virginia Woolf, […]
You’ve read the books. You’ve read about the author. But still, you want more. If you travel to England there are three choice places that any Jane Austen fan needs to add to their list of experiences.
There is a segment of admirers who go beyond the works of Jane Austen to yearning to learn more about the woman and her writing. What follows is a list of current books about Austen or her books (not her novels or off shoots). I tried to keep it to the books that are still in print.
Beloved for almost two hundred years, there doesn’t seem to be an end in sight for the afterlife of this classic novelist. New editions of her literary works are being released every year gaining new fans and delighting die-hards.