Books on Writing

There are so many books on writing out there, sometimes it's hard to tell which ones are helpful and relevant for you at a particular point in time.

Some of the most popular ones among Cafe Aphra readers are:

The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron

Writing down the Bones by Natalie Goldberg

One Continuous Mistake by Gail Sher

A Novel in a Year by Louise Doughty

Becoming a Writer by Dorothea Brande

The Art of Fiction by David Lodge

Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert

On Writing by Stephen King

Into the Woods by John Yorke

Save the Cat! by Blake Snyder

On Writing by AL Kennedy


Have you read any of these, or any others not mentioned here? 

We would be happy to take book reviews of any of these books about the craft of writing or other texts on writing that you would like to recommend to our readers. Reviews no longer than 400 words please, to be emailed to: cafeaphra@yahoo.com

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