The Crazy Writers Group

The Crazy Writers Group[PDF / Epub] ☄ The Crazy Writers Group Author Mike Reuther – Bluevapours.co.uk Members of the Crazy Writers Group gather on Tuesday nights in a local watering hole to bemoan their fates as unpublished authors But a new era is dawning with epublishing The uestion is Will they be Members of The Crazy Writers Group gather on Tuesday nights in a local watering hole to bemoan their fates as unpublished authors But a new era is dawning with epublishing The uestion is Will they be selling their literary souls by taking that step Frustrated as writers and with their jobs and lives something has to give But what A story of misspent youth literary longing and the choices both good and bad we all make The Crazy MOBI :✓ in life The Crazy Writers Group is a wry painful glimpse into the foibles of human nature.

Mike Reuther uses his fervid imagination to create page turning novels filled with interesting characters many of them searching for happiness and their place in the world His books include the acclaimed Baseball Dreams Fishing Magic and the best selling baseball novel Nothing Down He's also the author of books that help writers realize their writing dreams among them Write the.

The Crazy Writers Group PDF/EPUB î The Crazy  MOBI
  • Paperback
  • 182 pages
  • The Crazy Writers Group
  • Mike Reuther
  • English
  • 27 March 2016
  • 9781502987365

10 thoughts on “The Crazy Writers Group

  1. P.S. Winn says:

    A look into the lives of an eclectic group of writers The author takes readers into the mind of authors in an interesting way Are writers crazy oh yes I think they have to be a bit on the strange side to get the stories out I enjoyed this uirky look into what makes authors tick and why even a group may still have some problems gathering the words putting them together and making a story

  2. Denise says:

    Full disclosure I received a copy of The Crazy Writers Group by Mike Reuther as a Goodreads giveaway That in no way affects the review which followsI found The Crazy Writers Group to be a fun read easy to follow and with likeable characters There were very few typos which disappeared altogether after the book got going and the glimpse into the nature of a group of fledgling writers was enjoyable Reuther's writers spend a good deal of the book hanging out in bookstores which I really liked His characters discuss the pros and cons of e publishing as compared with traditional publishing and their strong opinions seem believable to me One of the things I most enjoyed about the book was the road trip that some of the characters make while they are also journeying and growing through their frustrations about writing The only thing I really didn't like was that two of the three main female characters had very similar names Katrina and Cat; with all of the names available I'd have preferred two that weren't uite so similar sounding I found myself wondering if they were both feline references So as not to include a spoiler I won't elaborate about what I concluded hereAll in all this was a uick and lighthearted read with enough serious moments to make it feel like an accurate reflection of the lives of the characters I am grateful for the opportunity to read it

  3. Jonny Parshall says:

    Reuther has created a fun story with Crazy Writers Group The characters are likable and relatable and just as zany as the situations the author puts them in That said the author could've stirred his imagination a tad in places and resolved areas of predictability it was obvious who would die repetition there are other great writers beyond Salinger and Kerouac to allude to and proofreading Also his portrayal of epublishing and resulting downfall of bookstores might be a little inaccurate based on pessimism than reality Though flawed it's still very much an enjoyable read and the way it ends is something to look forward to

  4. N.W. Moors says:

    William is a member of a group called the Crazy Writers Group made up of William with three other would be writers Katrina Steven and Walt The book follows their attempts to write a novel for traditional publishing with some of the pitfalls along the way Any writer or someone attempting to write something publishable will recognize the characters in this easy to read book E publishing is just coming to the fore and it creates a debate among the group still being waged today about the viability of electronic readers vs books you can hold in your handMr Reuther is a good writer especially with his dialogue and I enjoyed the first part where the group is meeting and William is interacting with them and other characters The second part with the road trip was not so much a homage to Kerouac and the other Beat writers as being too cute in my opinion; I found the earlier realism of the story engaging It seemed to just end without much resolutionI will say that one point in the debate about the uality of e publishing is on display here; there are numerous proofreading errors that interrupt the flow of the story for the reader It's an easy read but a good editor could make this a better read

  5. Nancy Brady says:

    E publishing vs traditional publishing with agents and all is the main focus of this novel about a group of writers who meet at the bar every Tuesday night to discuss their WIP works in progress Calling themselves the Crazy Writers Group the three men and one woman mostly debate the advantages of both e publishing and going the traditional route And drinkThe story is told from the perspective of William Keister a newspaper employee He is against the idea of e publishing despite the fact that he has completed several books that are languishing on his hard drivedesk drawer One of his writer friends Steven decides to go the e publishing route and does phenomenally well than most books I have known especially if self published but when the sales wane the group of friends takes a road trip west much like Kerouac and his friends didCute story if a bit unrealistic all the way around; lots of typos in the first half and could have used a bit editing punctuation wise throughout the whole book The lack of commas drove this reader crazy but then this reader works for small indie press as proofreader and editor

  6. Maureen says:

    I wanted to like this book I couldn't wait to get it I had planned to buy 10 copies one for every member of my writers group BUTit was awful I wish I had my money back Was it even edited? There are characters that fall away and we never know what happens to them The story is so awkwardly contrived The characters unlikeable The writing embarrassing This book is a good example of what not to do especially for those authors considering self publishing SAVE YOUR MONEY folks

  7. Gee-Gee says:

    It just didn't hold my interest I read about 13 of book in the middlethe book and uit and I rarely

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