Cosas Que Leo #131: PLOTTING AND WRITING SUSPENSE FICTION, Patricia Highsmith

“For all your cutting, there is usually more to come. Cutting becomes more and more painful, more and more difficult. At last you don’t see a single sentence anywhere that can be cut, and then you must say “Four more whole pages have got to come out of this thing”, and begin again on page one with perhaps a different colored pencil or crayon in hand to make the recounting easier, and be as ruthless as if you were throwing excess baggage, even fuel, out of an overloaded airplane.”

Plotting and writing suspense fiction


Sphere, 2016 (publicado originalmente en 1983)

127 págs.