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- MISSED CONNECTIONS. Grainger, James // Quill & Quire;Jan/Feb2010, Vol. 76 Issue 1, p41
The article reviews the book "The Parabolist," by Nicholas Ruddock.
- How Loveta Got Her Baby. Madden, Stace // Quill & Quire;Jun2014, Vol. 80 Issue 5, p37
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- At Leisure with Joyce Saricks. SARICKS, JOYCE // Booklist;11/1/2015, Vol. 112 Issue 5, p28
The author comments on the writing psychological suspense fictional books.
- Grades 5 & up: Fiction. Kinney, Molly S. // School Library Journal;Dec97, Vol. 43 Issue 12, p131
Reviews the book `The Beasties,' by William Sleator.
- The Enforcer (Book Review). Aros, Andrew // Library Journal;2/15/1977, Vol. 102 Issue 4, p513
Reviews the book 'The Enforcer,' by Wesley Morgan.
- Subduction. KANE, LAWRENCE // ForeWord Reviews;Summer2012, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p70
The article reviews the book "Subduction," by Todd Shimoda and illustrated by Linda J. C. Shimoda.
- The Sister. // New Yorker;7/21/2008, Vol. 84 Issue 21, p87
The article reviews the book "The Sister," by Poppy Adams.
- More ways to use fiction techniques in nonfiction: Scene, description and dialogue are already well-known tools in creative nonfiction and memoir, but here are 4 additional techniques to consider. Wall, Dorothy // Writer;Jan2010, Vol. 123 Issue 1, p36
This article discusses four writing techniques used in fiction that can also be used in creative nonfiction. The techniques described include creating anticipation by adding suspense, adding consequences so that actions within the novel propel the story forward, limiting the amount of real time...
- Helpless. Boughton, Vick // People;4/16/2007, Vol. 67 Issue 15, p58
The article reviews the book "Helpless," by Barbara Gowdy.