Books for Writers Part Three
I hope everyone had a good weekend writing, or relaxing from writing. My productivity could have been better, but I’m getting back on track. I’m still editing The Forgiving. I’ll give a full update in the coming weeks (Maybe I’ll need beta readers soon. Cross your fingers.) but until then, here are two more books for writers.
William Strunk and E.B. White’s The Elements of Style is the grammar/style classic written in 1910. If anyone has a newer standard, let me know. For now, this should be on every writer’s bookshelf.
Dollars and Sense: The Definitive Guide to Self-Publishing Success is a great place to start researching self-publishing. It has its lows, but there is enough good stuff in there to easily warrant a down load. It inspired me to write this blog.
Do you guys have any books for writers to recommend? Right now I’m reading Plot Versus Character: A Balanced Approach to Writing Great Fiction. I’ll give you my verdict once I’m finished.