The Writer's Book of Wisdom

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The Writer's Book of Wisdom
101 Rules for Mastering Your Craft
by Steven Taylor Goldsberry
Writer's Digest Books, 2007
ISBN 978-1-58297-494-1
$12.99 paperback, 224 pages

The Perfect Source for Instruction and Inspiration!

Part writing coach and part inspirational muse, The Writer’s Book of Wisdom shows you how to hone your skills and liberate your creativity. Packed with witty nuggets of instruction and visually arresting splashes of color, this book is a must-have resource for fiction and nonfiction writers of any level.

In The Writer’s Book of Wisdom, novelist and poet Steven Goldsberry offers 101 thoughtful, concise and proven techniques to help you with everything from tone and plot development to word choice and sentence structure. Whether you’re looking for technical guidance or heart-felt motivation, this book’s exciting mix of instruction and color is guaranteed to teach and inspire.

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