Hello, everyone! Paul here again today to bring you some more helpful tips for your writing. The other day I talked about my experience with Scrivener (Click here to read). I will post more about that in the future, but today I want to tell you about a wonderful book that will most certainly help your writing. A friend of mine, Heidi Ruby Miller, sent me this book, and I must confess I have been so happy she did. I have read quite a few books about writing as I am continually working to improve my craft. Many Genres, One Craft: Lessons in Writing Popular Fiction is far and away the most informative and helpful book I have personally read.
Many Genres, One Craft has insights and tips from numerous writers that cover at least eight different genres. I am still working my way through the book, but I am excited to incorporate what I’ve learned so far. Let’s take a second and share the blurb from Amazon shall we?
From the Back Cover
Contributors: Michael A. Arnzen, Rebecca Baker, Shelley Bates, Michael Bracken, Gary A. Braunbeck, Crystal B. Bright, Jennifer Brisendine, Sally Bosco, Christopher Paul Carey, Ginger Clark, Lawrence C. Connolly, David J. Corwell, Susan Crandall, Kaye Dacus, Penny Dawn, John DeChancie, C. Coco DeYoung, Matt Duvall, Natalie Duvall, Ron Edison, Elaine Ervin, Timons Esaias, Tess Gerritsen, Venessa Giunta, Leslie Davis Guccione, Anne Harris, W. H. Horner, Lee Allen Howard, KJ Howe, Russ Howe, Scott A. Johnson, Nancy Kress, Chun Lee, Patrice Lyle, Susan Mallery, Dana Marton, Lee McClain, Mike Mehalek, Sharon Mignerey, Barbara J. Miller, Heidi Ruby Miller, Jason Jack Miller, M. A. Mogus, Thomas F. Monteleone, David Morrell, Catherine Mulvany, Nicole Peeler, Adrea L. Peters, Patrick Picciarelli, Steven Piziks, Rachael Pruitt, Lynn Salsi, Mary SanGiovanni, David Shifren, Randall Silvis, Lucy A. Snyder, Maria V. Snyder, Victoria Thompson, Diane Turnshek, Tim Waggoner, Albert Wendland, Teffanie Thompson White, Karen Lynn Williams, Ryan M. Williams, K. Ceres Wright