Not just a new book about writing but a new approach. Worth reading if only because it challenges some current folk wisdom. For example, Morrisey’s take on when you need and how you get an agent counters what “everyone” else tells us. His approach to writing similarly goes in new directions.
His situation was unique. Some of what he suggests may not be applicable to all—your mileage may vary—but you should consider this book if you are an unpublished writer of fiction. Even if you’re not, it’s an easy, enjoyable read.
Full disclosure: I attended Morrisey’s seminar on writing at the 2015 Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference; he distributed copies of the book free. The seminar, of course, follows the outline of the book. I have no other personal or professional connection with Morrisey.
I attended his seminar because I’d previously read his Pirate Hunter, and it gave credence to his teachings.