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    Five-time Edgar winner and MWA grand master Lawrence Block wrote a monthly column for the Writers Digest magazine for 14 years. The Liar's Bible consists of previously uncollected columns, chosen to illuminate the often dimly-lit path of the writer of fiction.

    ©2011 Lawrence Block (P)2019 Lawrence Block

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    • Jeremy Marchant
    • 04/06/2020

    Another Block masterclass

    I've read other books on writing by Mr. Block, and he has never failed to deliver. He's a consummate professional in his craft, and he has a way of imparting that knowledge that is engaging, often humorous, and always gregarious. The Liar's Bible contains years of collected articles that Block has written, and they're just as applicable now as they were when they were printed. Sure, there are a few references that date the material, but it doesn't affect the value of the material. Indeed, it just reinforces the timelessness of his wisdom. The narrator, Michael Bonner, is also a pleasant listen and captures Mr. Block's tone very well. If you're interested in learning from a master about the craft of writing, or for that matter any craft that requires dedication and tenacity, there is gold to be found here.

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 08/02/2020

    Highly enjoyable.

    The Liar's Bible is one a number of books on writing from the prolific Lawrence Block. And like those other books, this is a collection of columns from his years of writing about writing for Writer's Digest (I feel like I've written writing too many times in this review to the point the word almost has lost its meaning, lol) Block has a wonderful and often humorous way of imparting knowledge and Michael Bonner's narration is quite good making this book a pleasure to listen to. One word of warning: it should be noted that there are serious audio issues with chapter 28, with the audio repeating and overlapping upon itself. This was by no means ruined my experience with the book as it was only the one chapter, and I actually own the kindle version as well so I was able to read that chapter rather than listen.