Reference books to improve your writing suggested by Writing Prompts for Rookie Writers
“Polishing Your Prose: How To Turn First Drafts Into Finished Work” by Steven M. Cahn & Victor L. Cahn
“The Complete Guide To Article Writing: How To Write Successful Articles For Online And Print Markets” by Naveed Saleh
“Three Genres: The Writing of Poetry, Fiction and Drama: Seventh Edition” by Stephen Minot
^This one is the Eighth edition. It’s a bit pricey but if you can find it in e-book form then that’s great.
These three books I’ve borrowed from the library will improve your writing. I’m going through these books and they’re helpful.
Dear Writer's block, It's not you, it's me. I have a problem- in fact it is a chronic problem. I l call it my writing dilemma. My alter ego, my worse half, those eternal nagging thoughts that flows from my mind, when I try to write. My dilemma is “to write or not to write”. …
A letter arrived,Torrential rain and thunder, Fragments of a dream.
As a very new writer, who started writing less than a month back, I have asked people what can I write about and the answer was almost always the same," write about what you know".I am not sure what I know. I can read and write English …
"Writing is... being able to take something whole and fiercely alive that exists inside you in some unknowable combination of thought, feeling, physicality, and spirit, and then store it like a genie in tense, tiny black symbols on a calm white page." - Mary Gaitskill "I am aware of being in a beautiful prison, from which I …
<code Minnie had left the window open. She had been watching for the shooting star that came every Thursday, to make a wish. She had a bottle neck in her career. Maybe the bottle opener was her answer. Perhaps her wish was granted.