I recently finished reading this short book by K.M. Weiland. If you’re like me, you have some writerly mood swings. One day you feel that your writing is A+, and another that its only destination should be the garbage can.
Who Will be Helped by this Book:
Either plotters or pantsers will be able to use this book. This book is aimed more at full-time writers, but most of the advice is just as applicable to wannabe full-time writers (which I am one).
What You’ll Learn from this Book:
For one, you’ll be inspired and know that you’re not alone when you feel that you’re writing is worthless and a waste of time.
K.M. Weiland writes about ways to improve creativity, techniques for pushing past writer’s block, and makes you ask the question, “Why do you write?”
You may only think that writing includes the punching of keys on your computer, but you’ll learn how to use downtime to your advantage.
Should You Read this Book:
This a nonfiction book, of course, but I personally found K.M. Weiland’s voice and choice of words very entertaining. Conquering Writer’s Block and Summoning Inspiration is the best nonfiction book I have read for a while. I highly recommend this book!
I was given a free digital copy in return for an honest review.