How to be a better Writer Book

Becoming a better author's book

Forty-five ways to be a better writer It is a very useful guide for authors, full of good advices we can or cannot heed. Well, Chuck Wendig has a nice tone, if you like scratchy old-timers. I like scratchy old uncle very much, so I really love his writer's part.

Most of the advices he gives in this volume also seem to be very useful. While I don't remember any poor advices, just some that I thought wouldn't work for me, they might still be inappropriate. A few people may be put off by the fact that Chuck has sworn all over the script, but he seems to have really commanded the vow.

However, this is probably not a secure text to read at work or in front of teenagers (unless you want them to know the tricky tricks of cursing like the crochet old uncles of a sailor). Overall I found the work both very useful and very enjoyable, even with the cursing. Indeed, I believe that cursing - so colourful and ingenious, not just your ordinary swear words - has contributed to my own pleasure in the books, but that is a question of flavour.

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I am always looking for a book to write about the trade. To a certain extent, I find it less expensive and less time-consuming than applying for my written MFAs. And, according to my betas of various project users, my typing has been improving since I began studying handicraft advice novels.

Stephen King's On Writing was the first volume I ever saw on handicrafts that gave me the feeling that I was actually studying what it meant to call myself a novelist. I' ve been quoting it for month after I saw it, just ask my mother. Overall, this will be a brief comment, because I have only good things to say about the work.

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