Indexes: A Chapter from The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed.

University of Chicago Press
3
Sampel gratis

This volume contains all the material from The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th Edition that relates to indexes and the work of indexing. Thoroughly updated to reflect current accepted practices, it is an indispensable guide for anyone preparing an index.
Baca selengkapnya

Reviews

3,3
Total 3
Memuat...

Informasi Tambahan

Penerbit
University of Chicago Press
Baca selengkapnya
Diterbitkan tanggal
15 Okt 2010
Baca selengkapnya
Halaman
64
Baca selengkapnya
ISBN
9780226836157
Baca selengkapnya
Baca selengkapnya
Baca selengkapnya
Bahasa
Inggris
Baca selengkapnya
Genre
Referensi / Umum
Referensi / Keterampilan Menulis
Baca selengkapnya
Perlindungan Konten
Konten ini dilindungi DRM.
Baca selengkapnya
Baca dengan Jelas
Tersedia di perangkat Android
Baca selengkapnya

Membaca informasi

Ponsel Cerdas dan Tablet

Instal aplikasi Google Play Buku untuk Android dan iPad/iPhone. Aplikasi akan disinkronkan secara otomatis dengan akun Anda dan dapat diakses secara online maupun offline di mana saja.

Laptop dan Komputer

Anda dapat membaca buku yang dibeli di Google Play menggunakan browser web komputer.

eReader dan perangkat lainnya

Untuk membaca di perangkat e-ink seperti Sony eReader atau Barnes & Noble Nook, Anda perlu mendownload file dan mentransfernya ke perangkat Anda. Ikuti petunjuk Pusat bantuan yang mendetail untuk mentransfer file ke eReader yang didukung.
Howard Mittelmark
"What do you think of my fiction book writing?" the aspiring novelist extorted.

"Darn," the editor hectored, in turn. "I can not publish your novel! It is full of what we in the business call 'really awful writing.'"

"But how shall I absolve this dilemma? I have already read every tome available on how to write well and get published!" The writer tossed his head about, wildly.

"It might help," opined the blonde editor, helpfully, "to ponder how NOT to write a novel, so you might avoid the very thing!"

Many writing books offer sound advice on how to write well. This is not one of those books. On the contrary, this is a collection of terrible, awkward, and laughably unreadable excerpts that will teach you what to avoid—at all costs—if you ever want your novel published.

In How Not to Write a Novel, authors Howard Mittelmark and Sandra Newman distill their 30 years combined experience in teaching, editing, writing, and reviewing fiction to bring you real advice from the other side of the query letter. Rather than telling you how or what to write, they identify the 200 most common mistakes unconsciously made by writers and teach you to recognize, avoid, and amend them. With hilarious "mis-examples" to demonstrate each manuscript-mangling error, they'll help you troubleshoot your beginnings and endings, bad guys, love interests, style, jokes, perspective, voice, and more. As funny as it is useful, this essential how-NOT-to guide will help you get your manuscript out of the slush pile and into the bookstore.

©2017 GooglePersyaratan Layanan SitusPrivasiPengembangArtisTentang Google
Dengan membeli item ini, Anda bertransaksi dengan Google Payments dan menyetujui Persyaratan Layanan serta Pemberitahuan Privasi Google Payments.