The Writer's Advantage: A Tookit For Mastering Your Genre by Laurie ScheerThe Writer's Advantage: A Tookit For Mastering Your Genre by Laurie Scheer

The Writer's Advantage: A Tookit For Mastering Your Genre

byLaurie Scheer

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There are many books that assist writers with their craft, structure, and formatting, all of which are important. However, there does not exist a guide for writers to understand the evolution of their genre. In order to effectively write within a transmedia environment ­- a marketplace that includes different groups of consumers with short attention spans across various platforms - today's writer must master the history of their genre. By understanding where and how their genre has emerged they develop their own authentic texts and these fresh, genuine concepts will stand apart in a media landscape that is muddied with copycat material.

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Laurie Scheer is a former vice president of programming for WE: Women's Entertainment. She has worked as an assistant, development girl, and producer for ABC, Viacom, Showtime, and AMC-Cablevision. She has also been involved in producing digital-based forms of entertainment. Laurie has been an instructor at numerous universities across...
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Title:The Writer's Advantage: A Tookit For Mastering Your GenreFormat:PaperbackDimensions:170 pages, 6 × 9 × 0.68 inPublished:September 1, 2014Publisher:Michael Wiese ProductionsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1615931988

ISBN - 13:9781615931989

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