How To Tell A Story by Mark Twain
How to tell a story and others by Mark Twain
is a book without a particular central theme. Included in a series of essays, are: the attack on the idiocy of a fellow author, the defense of the virtue of a dead woman, and attempts to protect ordinary citizens from insult by railroad conductors. Strangely in the book, Mark Twain describes his own writing style and approach to literary undertakings.
Story-Telling as Art. Let one of the World's Greatest Story-tellers Teach Your The Art of Story-Telling. This is a marvelous book that is worth its weight in gold for anyone who wishes to master the art of story-telling for fun or profit.
See the website listed below for an excerpt from the book and further details.