The Writer’s Guide to Archery: A Practical Guide to Bows and Arrows in Fiction by James E. Wadsworth
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Overview: When writing about bows and arrows, authors often fling their arrows downrange and miss the mark. If your characters shoot bows, The Writer’s Guide to Archery will help you make your characters shoot like pros.
Bows and arrows enjoy leading roles in almost every genre of fiction—fantasy, historical, thriller, war, mystery, Western, dystopia, crime, science fiction, and more. Unfortunately, the depictions in fiction and film get things wrong more often than they get them right. Understanding the difference between a longbow and a compound and the strengths and weakness of a composite bow and a selfbow is essential to authentic world building that will win you popularity and respect among discerning readers.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational