Good morning, dear reader. Rather than post book reviews in the reading section, I thought I would share some books I’ve read, am currently reading, or wanting to read. As a writer, what are your go-to books for becoming a better writer?
The Story Equation: How to Plot and Write a Brilliant Story From One Powerful Question ~ Susan May Warren
The Emotional Wound Thesaurus: A Writer’s Guide to Psychological Trauma ~ Angela Ackerman & Becca Puglisi
Writing the Heart of Your Story ~ C. S. Lakin
Jane Friedman’s Writing Advice Archive ~ Jane Friedman
4 Ways to Write a Better Antagonists ~ Helping Writers Become Authors
Why Every Writer Needs a Critique Partner ~ Seekerville: The Journey Continues
What If My Writing Stinks and I Don’t Know It? ~ The Naptime Author
Ba ba ba ba ba ~ RabBits
Being Remade ~ Melinda Inman
Click to Tweet: Share the Love ~ July @GailJohnson87 #reading #writing #inspirational
Jill had chosen TWO winners to receive her book, and the winners are Robbye and Mimi. Ladies, you can contact Jill on Facebook. Thank you to all who read and participated in the giveaway.
9 thoughts on “Share the Love ~ July”
Aw, thanks for the link, Gail 🙂 I hope you’re having a lovely July.
You’re welcome, Anne. I loved the post. I think we all deal with that issue. Thank you for sharing it. I am having a lovely, but busy, July. Thanks for reading!
WOW! I’m so excited! Thank you!! I will get in touch with Jill tomorrow!
Thanks again to both of you!
Thank you, Robbye!
Thank you, sweet friend!!
Congratulations to the winners! You can message me through FB so I can get your book in the mail. Gail, I own every Thesaurus book by Angela Ackerman & Becca Puglisi…they are all fantastic!
I agree! I don’t have the urban and rural setting books. Thanks for joining us, Jill. We loved having you.
Both of those books are terrific, Gail. I highly recommend them. It’s was great to be here…thanks so much!
Love these books! Never heard of the What if My Writing Sticks–And I Don’t Know it. But wow. 🙂 And I think everyone needs not only a critique partner but a critique group. Many counselors…as the Bible tells us. God bless you, Gail!
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