Inspirational e-books that will encourage you to write

Inspirational e-books that will encourage you to write

Books are special and every person have their own favourite books, their own favourite childhood book and the books that maybe left the biggest impact on them. The same goes for writers as most of them have a book that inspired them the most to write or become better writers. Books like that are met during different periods of one’s life and most commonly they help to master the specifics of writing like themes, plot, dialogue, character development and structure. Here are some of the best books available to perfect one’s writing and inspire you.

On Writing Well by William Zinsser

William Zinsser has written a very easy-to-read book about how to write. He talks about the realities of a writer’s life because it indeed is not always as fun as it is made out to be. However, he does make a point to make it clear that writing is a real job with takes effort and strength. One has to be strong to take the pressure of being a writer because just like any other job out there it involves blood, sweat and tears. If anyone will ever teach you a lesson that less is more, it will be William Zinsser.

On Writing by Stephen King

Stephen King is one of the most talented and bestselling authors of all time. His books are popular, complex and he is one of the people who are popular all over the world due to their talent. His book is great because it teaches young writers how to stay motivated during the complicated process of writing a book. What is more, he explains the different layers of a writing process and how to make the best out of it. If you have ever read any books by Stephen King, you will know how mesmerizing his stories are, so you will not be surprised that even his book about writing is just as interesting and mesmerizing.

Writing Down the Bones by Natalie Goldberg

Natalie Goldberg is considered to be one of greatest writing teachers in the world. She is great at teaching young writers about how our biggest competitor is ourselves and it is very important lesson to keep in mind that as a writer you should not be upset if your next work does not surpass your last one. Furthermore, she shows great techniques how to overcome the criticism within ourselves and move forward with our ideas without worrying that they are either unoriginal or uninteresting.