Fupping / 5 Effectual Books To Turbocharge Your Writing
January 24

Fupping / 5 Effectual Books To Turbocharge Your Writing

All good writers are avid readers. And regardless of how long you’ve been writing or how accomplished you are, there is always room to improve.

As such, if you’re going to read to absorb information for a project you’re working on and read to stay abreast of happenings around you, you may as well go the whole gamut to read about how you can become a better writer.

After all, it’d cost you only a few dollars and the nuggets you’d glean will most certainly be worth the time you’d invest as well. The book recommendations below do not only point out strategies and techniques to hone your writing skills, they also help you make sense of the unique challenges writers routinely encounter and how to deal with them effectively.


#1 You Can Be a Winning Writer by Joan Gelfand

Joan Gelfand has been teaching the 4 Cs Approach to aspiring authors at book festivals and writer's conferences for the past ten years. She has helped writers around the country realize their dreams of becoming successfully published. From writing the first draft to building a reputation, the 4 C's discuss craft and commitment and give solid tips on how to build a literary community and a fan base. With a splash of humor, a dose of empathy and a volume of support, Joan's book includes real life anecdotes from famous and not so famous - but successful - authors. 

You Can Be A Winning Writer is the go-to book for writers just starting out, writers stalled after their first or second book, and students. More than just a book about writing skill, You Can Be A Winning Writer includes post-publication strategies; the mistakes that even the most talented prize-winning authors have made; how, with the help of the 4 C's, those same authors could have enjoyed greater success; and what it means to 'fire on all burners and work to develop each of the 4 C's simultaneously.

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Contributor: Christina McCall from Mango Media


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