How to become a better Writer BooksSo how do I become a better writer?
Which books made you a better writer?
Obviously, every one of the books I've ever been reading has made me a better writer. As a writer for a few years, I am reading everything I do. But when you talk about books about typing, I have a small reading room to which I turn again and again.
Begin with these, really studying them, and you are improving your fictional writing: Humayun Ahmed's books have been very helpful in developing my own stories. Eishob Dinratri is the forerunner. I was inspired by Jahir Rayhan when it comes to the way I wrote. It was Charles Dickens Tale of Two Cities among the English writers.
This is a great choice for me because I am a scientific scholar with a penchant for letters. It' a good way of typing and saying things, even if the history doesn't flick through. And I was intrigued by Bruce Chatwin's way of doing things. Reading in Patagonia. I' m often trying to emulate this brief, thick one.
The contents about my homeland Patagonia as well as the look of the books I like. All I think what I saw helps me become a better writer. It is important to recognise when you start studying whether you should know what to do and what not to do, because if books that have been produced by horrible writers are taught, it can lead to your acquiring poor habit.
And, really, typing will help you become a better writer. Like Stephen King says in On Scripting (which is great, as many have said and should be on your mailing lists if you haven't already seen it): In addition, Stephen King has books for prospective writers to review, so you might want to try them out.
All I' ve seen on his list is astonishing. I' ve ever seen has made me a better writer. I either use/loove the writer I am just so much of a reader that I am emulating him, or I see that I could better type than the writer I am of. All I know for sure about typing is that it's highly demanding.