Have you ever felt like you’ve “arrived” as a writer? I sure haven’t!
Even author Ernest Hemingway recognized that writing is a process. “We are all apprentices,” he said, “in a craft where no one ever becomes a master.”
Yes, good writers are life-long learners. Today, I thought I’d share a few of my favorite books about writing:
Write on Target: A Five-Phase Program for Nonfiction Writers by Dennis E. Hensley and Holly G. Miller. This very helpful book is one of the oldest books in my writing library. Chapters include Preparing for a Writing Career, Learning to Write Professionally, Finding your Niche …
Inspire! Writing from the Soul by Linda C. Apple. This is a great how-to book about inspirational writing. In it Linda shares how to inject emotion, the five senses, and purpose into stories, articles …
Unleash the Writer Within by Cecil Murphey. This book is wonderful for any writer, especially one who is beginning the craft. Chapters include Honoring Your Voice, Your Inner Critic, “Why Do you Write?” and more.
What are some of your favorite books about the craft of writing?
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