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Details, details, details: even the smallest minutia can be the difference between a bestseller and a dusty manuscript sitting on your shelf. One of the most important parts of genre fiction is the accurate depiction of weapons woven throughout the story. Understanding firearms and knives is critical to writers of crime, thrillers, war stories, westerns, spy novels and more, and it is often an area where writers miss their mark.

 

Weapons for Writers explains how shotguns, handguns, ammunition, rifles and knives operate and what situations and characters fit best with each. You'll see accurate and inaccurate textual examples in fiction to help you avoid common mistakes of writing weapons. Following the humorous antics of main character private detective Maynard Solomon, readers will learn the most popular weapons used in literature and film. Complete with a glossary, sections on firearm and knife laws, common myths and more, this book will assist you in writing genre fiction that enthralls and excites readers.

 

With Weapons for Writers you'll learn:
 

The top ten weapons used in literature and film
Examples of using detailed descriptions of weapons to enhance your story
Why it matters to get weapons right in your writing
How to avoid embarrassment by writing accurate depictions of weapons


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