Books For Writers: Index Page

 

jim_driver_writer_08-11-2014“Simple, sensible writing guides anyone can afford. The best guides of their type”

Back in the 1930s, the immortal Ernest Hemingway wrote: “There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.” Of course times have changed since then. Very few writers still use a typewriter.

Seriously, many people still find writing very hard and painful. I was one of them until comparatively recently. I’ve made money from writing for most of my life and yet I used to absolutely hate having to do it. Through hours of research and hard work, I was able to see what was wrong and I was able to find solutions.

Now I can’t wait to get out of bed in the morning and start writing. I’ve transformed my life. My aim is to share my knowledge with other writers via a series of ebooks.

There’s never been a better time to be a writer. The rise of Amazon and the eBook and self-publishing phenomena means that practically anyone who can write a sentence can make money as a writer. They just need to know what to do.

 The How To Write… Series by Jim Driver (and Jack Davies)

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 1. How To Write A Novel The Easy Way: Using The Pulp Fiction Method To Write Better Novels

2. How To Write The Million Dollar Story: Complete Step-By-Step Guide To Story Structure & Writing Novels

3. 1600 Words An Hour: How To Write Faster, Better & More Polished Books For Kindle Using The QC System

4. How To Write Dialogue That Sparkles: The Key To Writing Better Novels & Screenplays

5. Outline Your Books Or Die! The Secrets Of Writing Fiction That Sells

6. The 20 Worst Fiction Writing Mistakes That Can Destroy Your Writing Career