Famous authors’ “other” works can get swept under the rug, even if they are worth a read.
Many of us fall somewhere in the middle of the dialogue spectrum—not terrible, but not great either. How can we make our dialogue sing from the page?
I get it. I’ve been there. As life is hectic around you, you suddenly realize that it has been weeks since you’ve even touched a book to read for fun. Here are three ways to return to the wonders of reading.
In order to grow as writers, we need to keep learning. This is why we take courses, attend writer’s conferences, and read books in our genres. With that said, I want to recommend a few books from my shelf that might be helpful in your writing endeavors.
You’ve just read a book, and you want to tell the world what you thought of it. Your mind is swirling with ideas and emotions. But as soon as you sit down to write your review, you forget everything you’ve just read.
So, what needs to go in a review?