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The Right to Write

The Right to Write

by Julia Cameron
237 Pages · 2017 · 1.09 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
A Lawyer Writes
by Christine Nero Coughlin, Joan Malmud Rocklin, Sandy Patrick
422 Pages · 2018 · 5 MB · 4,752 Downloads · New!
A Lawyer Writes is the reference, education writing, law, and legal writing book that contains tips and techniques for law students. Christine Nero Coughlin is the author of this fascinating book. It is the new and updated edition of the book that follows the foundational principles of analysis, critical reading, and writing an inappropriate way. This is a perfect book that shows the reader how to succeed in the practice of law and in law school. It follows students towards the understanding of reading and how to use the information for the best purposes.
So You Think You Can Write
by Julia McCoy
188 Pages · 2016 · 2.94 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“So You Think You Can Write?: The Definitive Guide to Successful Online Writing” is for those who want to improve the writing skills. Julia McCoy is the author of this book. Julia spent years of her life teaching herself the elements of successful online writing and launched a writing business that hit seven figures within five years. The author takes the readers from the very beginning stage of writing. Through step by step guide, this book shares each and every tip to become a great writer. It is your ultimate guidebook to learning every skill it takes to write great copy for the web, from the fundamentals of using storytelling in online content all the way to knowing how to write for both search engines and people, what it takes to craft different forms of content on the web, and much more. It also contains a bonus chapter that reveals how to market yourself and make income as an online copywriter in a modern world. To sum it up, anyone who wants to learn and improve the writing skills, must-read this book.
Writing Down the Bones
by Natalie Goldberg
224 Pages · 2016 · 0.7 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“Writing Down the Bones: Freeing the Writer Within” is an intimate approach to the journey of writing. Natalie Goldberg is the author of this book. From a young age, Goldberg was mad for books and reading, and especially loved Carson McCullers’s The Ballad of the Sad Cafe, which she read in ninth grade. She thinks that single book led her eventually to put pen to paper when she was twenty-four years old. Her book “Writing Down the Bones” is an excellent alternative to the more structured approaches such as Julia Cameron’s impressive Artist’s Way series. For those who prefer more freedom or less structure, this is a perfect choice. The basic six rules Natalie Goldberg offers are easy to follow. The encouragement she offers is uplifting and less intimidating than some authors stress and, in some cases, the demand of those undertaking their approach. Goldberg is a practicing Buddhist and this might put off some readers, but the material transcends any religious belief system. Whether the goal is to become a professional writer or simply a better writer on a personal level, the now classic techniques offer simple and straightforward tools to achieve one’s goal.
Dan Poynter‘s Self-Publishing Manual
by Dan Poynter
463 Pages · 2007 · 5 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Dan Poynter‘sSelf-publishing Manual is the imposing self-publishing book which tells us how to write and publish the book. Dan Poynter is the guy behind this outstanding book. There are writing secrets which are shared by the author and these secrets will help you to get the stronghold on your book. He asks some questions and you have to answer them before writing any book. Why you are writing your book and how many sales you wanted to have with this book. Will you publish it with your own corporation or you are going to publish it through another. After this, you need to design, typesetting and look for book printing materials. The writer has to announce his book before publishing it so the world knows you are the author and publisher of the book. It is filled with all the details which include price, terms, returns, collections, and discounts. You have to master on the promotion of your book while spending the money on advertisement. Use the ads in a smarter way which generates the maximum sales in minimum expenditure. The writer should know his audience and always target their community. Close your book with the appendices and glossary as it will create the positive impact on the readers. In the end, obtains an ISBN number before printing it and get it to the online stores and eBooks websites.
The Successful Novelist
by David Morrell
240 Pages · 2008 · 10 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The Successful Novelist is the research writing and literature book which gives the techniques and tips for writing fiction and nonfiction books. David Morrell is the author of this remarkable book. The author has the experience of writing books from four decades and he has written the masterpiece for the readers. He describes each and everything which is necessary for writing an effective book. First of all, you need to have the plot of the story you are going to write. Make things clear in your mind what you are writing and there is no need to rush on different things at the same time. Build the characters strongly so the readers have reason to love them. Whenever you are writing anything you must come with complete research about things which you are including in your book. Avoid the irrelevant content to add to your books. Build the structure of the story so the reader must find their interest in the book. Include the viewpoint as well as a description for the characters which are the part of the story. The dialogue must be simple and meaningful which delivers their message successfully. Once your story is finished then make sure every character finished properly. After this, you need the best publishing plan for your story for its successful business.
The Unlikely Escape of Uriah Heep
by H.G. Parry
464 Pages · 2015 · 3 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Unlikely Escape of Uriah Heep” is an outstanding and intriguing novel that is packed with fantasy, fiction, science fiction, and adult fiction. This novel is authorized by H.G. Parry. She is the internationally bestselling author and writes about the books for any age people. The whole theme of the novel revolves around the boy. Charley is the main and central character of this novel. The story starts with the birth time of Charley. He is born with a shocking and unique gift. He is an English literature professor and has unexpected and unusual skills. Sometimes due to his fabulous skills, he leads to unexpected consequences. Robert is the brother of Charley who is exasperated with his younger brother.