Five Fall Favorites: Instructional Nonfiction

Hope you guys don’t get seasick! We’re going out on the water today, so hold on tight to your books!

Outlining Your Novel // K.M. Weiland

Outlining Your Novel: Map Your Way to Success

An excellent guide to brainstorming, figuring out characters, plot, and other things! I actually haven’t finished it quite yet…I have 13% left. (Reading on Kindle because the paperback I have is packed)

5 Secrets Of Story Structure // K.M. Weiland

5 Secrets of Story Structure: How to Write a Novel That Stands Out

Another helpful guide!

Crafting Unforgettable Characters // K.M. Weiland

Crafting Unforgettable Characters

Alright, so it’s no secret that K.M. Weiland has been a go-to with writing for me the past five years. Reading too, of course. She’s one of a few auto-buy authors on my shelf.

This is an oldie, but goodie. To the point and with writing prompts scattered throughout to get those creative juices going!

*This is an e-book that’s only available through signing up for her e-letter.

The Writer’s Guide To Microsoft Word // Kari Holloway

The Writer's Guide to Microsoft Word

A short, easy read to navigating MS Word. Learned how to use some things and also learned about some things that I didn’t know about. Like the bleed, widow/orphan, etc.

And I think the cover is cute too. 🙂

On Writing Well // William Zinsser

On Writing Well: The Classic Guide to Writing Nonfiction

Definitely to-the-point and can also be used for fiction. One part did irk me a bit, but all-in-all, it does have some good advice.

I also didn’t finish this one…it’s a bit dry. It’ll eventually be finished…


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