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Writing the modern confession story.

Dorothy Collett

Writing the modern confession story.

by Dorothy Collett

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Published by The Writer, inc. in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Confession stories -- Technique,
  • Creative writing

  • Edition Notes

    First published in 1951 under title: Writing the confession story.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN3383.C6 C6 1971
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 185 p.
    Number of Pages185
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5447574M
    ISBN 100871160102
    LC Control Number73142594
    OCLC/WorldCa131870

    I have a confession: Despite having written books, including 21 New York Times bestsellers, I’ve never loved writing. Oh, I love everything else about the profession: But the actual writing itself is far too grueling to love. I’m guessing you know exactly what I mean. The good news is .   C onfessional writing often gets a bad rap. People call it self-absorbed, solipsistic, self-indulgent. Who wants to hear another year-old going on and on about her damage? But when I Author: Leslie Jamison.

      How to Write a Book: 13 Steps From a Bestselling Author Writers fail not because of their writing—but because of a lack of preparation. Every Story is the Same - Duration.   This will help the police to corroborate your story. Show Remorse. One reason for writing a confession letter is to show remorse and explain any mitigating factors so the judge will show leniency at sentencing. If that's the reason you're writing, include a clear statement of apology. Don't minimize the crime or attack the victim.

    My confession was so detailed by the examination the book gave me that he gave me a whole book as penance: ‘Consoling the Heart of Jesus’. Best penance ever! It took me a month but it was so good! Also the priest later told me that he got the book and read it all night and agreed it .   The Cartographer’s Confession By James Attlee. The Cartographer’s Confession is the story of Thomas Andersen, who, as a child, migrates to London with his mother during the second world war and the fallout from that event in the decades that ted as a series of source documents—tapes, letters, and photographs—collected by the present-day researcher and .


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