Very good. Illuminates the details of (long form) plot construction while interestingly describing the writer's progress on the story in terms of the plot construction itself. Perhaps a little heavy on the sticky notes instructions and stuff, but good overall.
Audio CD. Pretty frigging incredible to have a description of the characters, culture, and setting of impoverished Paris and London written by a true master of language, narrative, and dialogue. And Patrick Tull kills, as anyone who has heard him knows.
Audio book and then first book read on my kindle. Absolutely incredible. One of my all-time favorites. Absurd, insane, real. Beautiful use of language, combining high and low cultural influence. Incredible psychological introspection. Brilliant narration. Brilliant. Brilliant. Brilliant. And funny as hell.