You don’t have too look far to find a list of the best books a writer should read. This is a benefit for new writers, no doubt.
Unfortunately, those of us who have been around for a number of years often own every book that tends to make these lists. And we read them. And re-read them.
Not only do we own them, we’ve absorbed them into our bloodstream.
It wouldn’t be so bad if that list changed from year to year.
But it doesn’t.
So while the usual best-books-writers-should-read lists are fine for the greenhorns in the field … what about the rest of us?
What about those who want to go from undergraduate to graduate work? Who want to inject a tangible and seductive element in their writing that growls “You better take notice of me”?
What are the best books they should read? And why?
As you might guess, I have an answer.
In this 9-minute episode you’ll discover:
– The authors of this 1604 Bible edition made language their slave.
– Award winning producer delivers some of the best tips on how to inject emotion into any story
– The book you’ll walk away with some magnificent metaphors, if you read it
– Imitate the ebb and flow of people-centered tales in this book to make what you write memorable
– The real reason I want you to read these books