Holographic title text under which is are two images of people writing. The cover has a brown border with the names of different literary devices.

Literary Devices

by Amy Jones Author

Professor of English language, literature, and creative writing, Amy Jones shares her linguistic wisdom in this installment of the Wooden Books Series. Figuratively and literally (she’ll explain the differences), Jones will explain how to make your writing sizzle, where to employ tricks of captivating language and when it would be better to not. She does a rapid tour of literary devices used for over a thousands years that captivate readers and listeners. For any writer looking for an introduction to up their game, Jones shares how to manifest the imagery in the brain — literally and figuratively — into words.

Those who enjoy this book of Jones’s should consider her other works in this series, Narrative: Telling the Story and Plot.

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