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Whew. October is finally coming to a close. I’m ready to put this series to bed and hop into November where turkey & dressing and Black Friday live together in harmony. I’m not gonna lie, it’s tough writing for 31 straight days without a break. If you’ve been writing your own 31 day series, give yourself a pat on the back, or better yet, go have a cupcake…or two.

I’ve had several of you ask about some resources that will help you master your craft. I’m so glad you asked. There are numerous great books on writing and ways to improve your craft out there. These are only a handful of resources that you could start with. Whether you write fiction or non-fiction, you need to read craft books. You also need to read other authors, particularly other authors in your genre. You can never learn too much when it comes to learning the art of storytelling. I believe these books are a great place to start. And when you buy any of these from my site,  you help me out—since I’m an Amazon affiliate.

WriteYourNovelfromtheMiddleWrite Your Novel from the Middle by James Scott Bell

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Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott

 

SnowflakeMethodHow to Write a Novel Using the Snowflake Method by Randy Ingermanson

 

BreakoutNovelWriting the Breakout Novel Workbook by Donald Maas

SavetheCatSave the Cat by Blake Snyder

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This series is part of the #Write31Days challenge. To read all the posts in this series click here.

 

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