Writing Wednesdays: Crafty inspiration!

I put together a workshop recently, and in doing so, I pulled (and culled) some of my craft books.  Today, I thought I’d share with you some of my favorites for crafty inspiration! All are great for different reasons, but if you’re new to writing, I suggest reading Goal, Motivation, Conflict (though it’s also great if you’re a seasoned author!).

If you’ve been writing for a while, see if you can find Theory and Technique of Playwriting by John Howard Lawson – absolutely fascinating reading.

Crafty Inspiration - Selection of writing craft books

These are only a small portion of the books I love — I have many others in print and still more in digital format — but if you’re looking for craft books, these won’t steer you wrong!

Here are some links if you want to grab your own copies!

Theory and Technique of Playwriting by John Howard Lawson

Making A Good Script Great by Linda Seger

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

Creating Unforgettable Characters by Linda Seger

Theory and Technique of Playwriting by John Howard Lawson

Goal, Motivation, Conflict by Debra Dixon

 

Looking for more crafty inspiration… You can check out my other Writing Wednesday posts here!

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