Why study classic fiction? To improve your real-world results.

http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5257/5474942329_6e3efc570e_z.jpg The point of republishing classic fiction is more to help authors improve their craft than trying to “make money” republishing books already in the public domain. And so a Writers’ Club was born…

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