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    The challenge of subjectivity: Editors who don’t follow a writing methodology will struggle to give you objective feedback, or, if they do, struggle to communicate their feedback objectively.

    The challenge of granularity: Some editors need to read your entire manuscript before they can give you feedback.

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    The EIGHT CRAFTS OF WRITING
    Joseph Hobbs

    The book reads like an academic journal or text and I like the simplicity of the prose. The sentences are short and written in a manner to be remembered. Nothing goes on too long, a benefit with an educational book. I thought the adversity part was a little egregious, but I do get the point of it. Whether it’s lists, font, each page has a lot of punchy points intended to be quoted down. Effective division is the cornerstone of the work. What are the key elements of a central theme, major concepts that correlate to a specific direction. An overview of readers and their investments is helpful to give people, I knew it personally, but like guides on oration, it is a great advantage to tie in what the author works on, but also the mindset and desires of the person who reads their work and aids them in turn. Everything I could have thought of, genre, characterisation, the necessity of the big idea are covered here in a level of consideration that I think will do the full book credit. I did find your work good, and I certainly do think it a very fine piece and worth the time for a writer or literary scholar to read.

    Aneesha Shewani

    A handy guide for all writers. This is a writing masterclass in a book. The Eight Crafts of Writing by Stefan Emunds is a must-have on the bookshelf for anyone who wants a succinct reckoner for basic principles of good writing.

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    The eight crafts of writing are Big Idea, Narrative, Genre, Story Outline, Characterization, World Building, Scene Structure, and Prose.

    Stories are virtual adventures. In essence, people react the same way to stories as they react to real-life experiences.  If you understand the psychology of experiencing, you can create real-to-life stories. This includes knowing how to engage readers with the eight crafts, how to create curiosity and tension, how to weave empathy, how to create a sense of wonder, stir emotions, and inspire and motivate. 

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