Unfuck Your Writing is a guide to overcoming the barriers to writing by publisher Joe Biel and professional counselor Faith G. Harper, PhD. It’s shorter than many writing guides, but it has a big goal: “to teach you to write… Read More »Unfuck Your Writing by Joe Biel and Faith G. Harper
The Kick-Ass Writer is Chuck Wendig’s guide to writing. Composed of a series of listicles, Wendig explains everything from story structure to the publication process. Overview Title: The Kick-Ass Writer: 1001 Ways to Write Great Fiction, Get Published, & Earn… Read More »Chuck Wendig’s The Kick-Ass Writer
Style guides are great, but even when they cover tons of subjects and scenarios, there will be questions. The editorial staff at the University of Chicago answer such questions on The Chicago Manual of Style’s online Q&A. But Can I… Read More »University of Chicago Press’s But Can I Start a Sentence With “But”?
Writing Abroad: A Guide for Travelers is exactly what it says it is—a guide. It’s for those who feel compelled to share their travel experiences, and it features tips, exercises, and information to help them do so. Overview Title: Writing… Read More »Peter Chilson & Joanne B. Mulcahy’s Writing Abroad
Who said it? In most cases, your readers will want to know. In fact, when you fail to keep your dialogue clear, you risk your readers getting lost, distracted, or even annoyed. This post will explain how to specify who’s… Read More »How To Write Dialogue: Keeping Your Speakers Clear