How to write everything
David Quantick

November 5, 2015


Let’s face it, lots of books about writing are actually a bit boring. They’re full of very sensible tips and techniques, all very clearly expressed: but they don’t exactly have you dashing for your desk, pencil in hand.

Which is why this handbook from David Quantick is so great. Not only does he give aspiring writers on how to write plays, poetry, sitcoms, speeches… But he does it in a way that’s as hilarious as it is helpful. As Quiantick says, the book covers ‘everything. Not anything, anyone can do that, even an academic or someone who thinks ‘beryllium’ is a sentence. This book is written by me, and I have written everything. I actually have.’

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