I went ahead and got a lifetime membership to Autocrit. Let me tell you why. This saves me thousands in editing costs and whips my submissions into shape before I send it off to someone who charges $250-$400 an hour!
I loved it so much, I became an ambassador.
This is the book that first helped me discover how to get into the zone where my creativity runs untapped. Every writer needs this book on their shelf!
Anne Lamott's humor and vulnerability will disarm you long enough to fill your soul with a desire and passion for writing well.
Although this book is written by a kick-ass romance author, it has some of the best advice I've read. Ever. This book delves into areas like finances and personal growth. I've yet to find another as good as this.
Sharpen your grammar skills, dig into the rules of lexicon, write well! It's covered in this thin, but powerful book by the author of Charlotte's Web, E.B. White. One of my favorite authors.
Because it's Stephen King. Even better, because it is:
It is every bit big and magical. In a way, Gilbert approaches creativity in the similar (yet unique) style of Robert Olen Butler above. Humorous, helpful and every page a pleasure to read.
This was a classroom textbook for my creative writing 1 or 2 or something. But I loved it, especially the anthology of short stories in the back.
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