2 edition of How I became a famous novelist found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS3608.E468 H69 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||322 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||322|
|LC Control Number||2010292372|
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Not far-removed from college, Pete's a bit of a "slacker" with questionable hygiene who earns a meager existence by writing admissions essays for others.4/5(). "How I Became a Famous Novelist" is the funniest, most enjoyable book I've read in a very long time.
Steve Hely's satire of the modern book-publishing industry is acutely observed. The crazed When I was eleven and saw "Raiders of the Lost Ark" at the theater with my family, we all enjoyed it so much that when it ended we stayed in our seats /5.
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A rare visit at Paul Auster's brownstone home in Brooklyn. Auster shares the story of how he became a writer and how he works: “A good day's work is if I have one typed page at the end of the. There are your boring, everyday cynics, and then there is Pete Tarslaw, the slacker and faux-novelist who weasels his way into the literary discussion in Steve Hely's hilarious publishing-industry satire How I Became A Famouswho works at a company that furnishes admissions essays for rich college kids and Asian businessmen who want their MBAs, is convinced that literary.
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We're about 50 pages into How I Became a Famous Novelist before Tarslaw gets around to cracking the task at hand. In short, he Googles some stuff and wanders around a chain bookstore before. I picked up How I Became a Famous Novelist by Steve Hely in the new fiction section of my library and I found it to be quite a humorous and entertaining read.
Who among us has not imagined showing up an ex, and at their own wedding nonetheless. That is the basic premise of this novel, written by a Letterman staffer (and though I won’t hold it against him, he also writes for “American Dad”).
How I Pdf a Famous Novelist, by Steve Hely. What aspiring novelist doesn’t dream of early fame? Granted, it’s a willfully suppressed narrative—unwritten, unspoken, and perhaps for a noble few, unimagined—but most writers have contrived versions of a meteoric rise to literary success along with more prosaic early fictions.How I Became A Famous Novelist, New York, NY.
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Somebody like Charles Dickens, for example, who had nothing better to do except eat.