Write It Right Series - Ballet Dancers
The 33 Worst Mistakes Writers Make About Ballet Dancers
by Gypsy Thornton
'The 33 Worst Mistakes Writers Make About Ballet Dancers' by Gypsy Thornton (you are here!)
I'm very pleased to announce that my new book is now live and available for purchase!
Here's an excerpt from the Introduction to give you an idea of what you can look forward to and whyyouneedthisbook if you want to write about ballet dancers:
(From the Introduction: Please note this is not the final draft and some changes may be made before printing.)
In the literary world the character of the Ballet Dancer by and large remains a ‘type’: exotic (i.e. nothing the average reader can relate to), romantic (i.e. stereotypically feminine), mysterious (i.e. aloof and inaccessible) and, well, boring!
I wish you every success in your research and on your writing journey.
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AVAILABLE THROUGH HOLLY LISLE'S ONLINE STORE FOR ONLY $9!
Written as part of the Write it Right Series (created by Holly Lisle) I take look at the common misconceptions writers (and non-writers) often have about BALLET DANCERS and give you the facts to make your fiction great! Loaded with extras such as video links, resource lists and a special bonus for those who buy it, 'THE 33 WORST MISTAKES WRITERS MAKE ABOUT BALLET DANCERS' is for any writer (and non-writer!) interested in Ballet Dancers.
You can find more information about the series HERE.