Browse any bookstore, and you’ll find a vast selection of books for writers. Whether it is writing the “breakout novel” or “blockbusting fiction,” or there is plenty of advice for how to write “a damn good novel.” There are texts with a broad scope covering every aspect of novel writing, or books that focus on individual elements of story telling. TGhere are even books devoted to specific fiction genres.
But can you actually learn how to write from reading a book?
Yes, you can. You just need to find the one (or dozen) offering the best advice for you.
Join us on February 20 to discuss writing books we know and love. Bring your favorite writing book or two, and share how it has helped you.
And have any writing texts that didn’t work for you? It just might be what someone else needs. After all, we all write differently, so while some ideas work for one writer, different ideas may work for the next. Bring along any writing books that weren’t quite your cup of tea for a trading post. You just might pick up the book that makes a difference for you.
This is a round table event, where attendees are welcme to share their ideas, experiences, and questions.