Library

Donated by E.G. Lewis from Cape Arago Press, these books are now available to borrow from the Writers’ Mill. Just email and let your willing librarian know when you want a book available at the next meeting. More books are being added all the time, so don’t forget to come back and see what’s new.

 

Writing the Breakout Novel by Donald Maas

Writing the Breakout Novel workbook

13 ways of looking at the novel by Jane Smiley

The Making of a Bestseller, success stories from authors and the editors, agents, and booksellers behind them  BORROWED BY JOE

The Creative Writer’s Handobook – What to Write, How to Write it, Where to Sell it by Isabelle Ziegler

Elements of Fiction Writing: Description by Monica Wood

Elements of Fiction Writing: Beginnings Middles & Ends by Nancy Kress

Let a Simile be your Umbrella by William Safire

The Writer’s Journey – Mythic Structure for Writers by Christopher Vogler

Making a Good Writer Great – a creativity workbook for Screenwriters by Linda Seger

On Writing by Stephen King

The Right to Write by Julia Cameron

Advice to Writers compiled by Jon Winokur

Letters to a Young Novelist by Mario Vargas Llosa

Self-Editing for Fiction Writers by Renni Browne & Dave King

Editing Your Fiction by Michael Seidman

An Editor’s Advice to Writers by Betsy Lerner

How to Get a Literary Agent by Michael Larsen

The Insider’s Guide to Getting an Agent by Lori Perkins

Everyday Life in the 1800s – a guide for writers, students & historians by Marc McCutcheon   BORROWED BY JIM

Careers for your Characters by Raymond Obstfeld and Franze Neumann

Writer’s Guide to Places (covers 50 states, 51 cities, & 10 Canadian provinces) by Don Prues & Jack Heffron

 

AND ON LOAN FROM SHEILA

Common Errors in English Usage by Paul Brians

Merriam-Webster’s Rhyming Dictionary

The Bedford Handbook for Writers

Writing Great Short Stories by Margaret Lucke

102 ways to write a novel by Alex Quick

How Not to write a novel by Sandra Newman and Howard Mittelmark

effective magazine writing by Roger C Palms

Conflict, Action and Suspense by William Noble

Beginnings, Middles and Ends by Nancy Kress

Finding Your Voice, how to put personality in your writing by Les Edgerton

Writing Down the Bones by Natalie Goldberg

Dear Mem Fox, incidents in the life of a children’s book author, by Mem Fox

The Writer’s Idea Book by Jack Heffron

The Productive Writer by Sage Cohen

The complete guide to writing fiction and nonfiction and getting published by Pat Kubis and Bob Howland

A Writer’s Guide to Fiction by Elizabeth Lyon

The Sell Your Novel Tool Kit by Elizabeth Lyon

The First Five Pages by Noah Lukeman

The Eleventh Draft, craft and the writing life, edited by Frank Conroy

Bookmark Now, writing in the age of information overload, edited by Kevin Smokler

Endangered Species, writers talk about their craft, vision and lives, by Lawrence Grobel

Novel Voices, 17 award-winning novelist on how to write , edit and get published, edited by Jennifer Levasseur and Kevin Rabalais

Publish like the Pros, brief guide to self-publishing by Michele DeFilippo

Self-Publishing for Dummies by Jason R Rich

Defining Moments in Books

 

WRITERS MARKET BOOKS ON LOAN FROM SHEILA

The Writers Market Companion

Children’s market guide  2006 – 2009

Writers Market Guide 2010 – 1023

 

BOOKS ON CHRISTIAN WRITING

Four and Twenty Ways to Write Stories for Christian Kids by Prof. Dick Bohrer

CHRISTIAN WRITING ON LOAN FROM SHEILA

Writing and Selling the Christian Novel by Penelope J Stokes

Write His Answer by Marlene Bagnull

Christian Writer’s Market Guide 2004 / 2009

 

7 thoughts on “Library”

  1. Thank you! I will enjoy reading it and will return it next month. But you won’t be at the meeting! Before the October meeting I’ll volunteer to pick up from you any other books anyone wishes to borrow and will take them to the meeting.

  2. I would like to borrow, Everyday Life in the 1800s – a guide for writers, students & historians by Marc McCutcheon

  3. Sheila,
    I brought the book Everyday Life in the 1800s to the Oct meeting, but you weren’t there. No problem. Jim Elstad wanted to borrow it. I gave it to him. So now please mark it as checked out to him.

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