Novels are often inspired by specific events that have lingered in the authors’ memories. In this article Writer’s Relief found at LitHub.com, one example given is how Jack London’s Call of the Wild is based on his adventures in Alaska during the Klondike Gold Rush....
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All writers can produce clunkers. Novelists have done it, short story writers have done it, poets have done it, and even car-naming “authors” have done it. Yes, Chevrolet’s old Nova didn’t sell well in Spanish-speaking countries with a name that translates to “doesn’t...
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