Curated by Kristine Kathryn RuschHundreds of writing books get published every year, and most of those books are written by people who have written…a book on writing. I kid you not. These people have a method or a scheme or they teach a writing class—even though I have no idea how they get those gigs. (Okay, I do. They get an MFA, which universities seem to think is more important than actual writing experience.)
Those writing books have nothing in common with the writing books in this bundle. Together, the authors of the books in The Write Stuff 2016 Bundle have more than two-hundred years of writing experience, and have contributed more than five hundred award-winning and bestselling books (fiction and nonfiction) to the world of literature.
We know writing, the writing life, and what makes a writing career. And we want to share it all with you.
Even though the books in this bundle discuss craft, including one of the classic writing books of all time, most of the books you'll find here explore the career killers, things like how to put butt in chair on a regular basis, how to organize your business career, and the all-important (at least to me) how to make a living as a writer.
So if you are a writer, or are simply dreaming of becoming a writer, this bundle is for you. – Kristine Kathryn Rusch
The initial titles in the Write Stuff 2016 Bundle (minimum $5 to purchase) are:
- Weinberg on Writing - The Fieldstone Method by Gerald M. Weinberg
- How to Negotiate Anything - Freelancer's Survivor Guide by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
- Stages of a Fiction Writer by Dean Wesley Smith
- Business For Breakfast Vol 2.: The Beginning Professional Publisher by Leah Cutter
- The Rational Writer: Nuts and Bolts by Mindy Klasky
- Creating an Online Presence for Writers by Cat Rambo
- How to Make a Living With Your Writing by Joanna Penn
- Heinlein's Rules - Five Simple Business Rules For Writing by Dean Wesley Smith
- Writing the Novel from Plot to Print to Pixel by Lawrence Block
- The Writer's Business Plan: A Plain English Guidebook by Tonya D. Price, MBA
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