Writing books I recommend
The first novel-writing guide from the best-selling Save the Cat! story-structure series, which reveals the 15 essential plot points needed to make any novel a success.
By: Jessica Brody
Following on the heels of Lisa Cron's breakout first book, Wired for Story, this writing guide reveals how to use cognitive storytelling strategies to build a scene-by-scene blueprint for a riveting story.
By: Lisa Cron
If you need inspiration for creating characters’ emotional responses that are personalized and evocative, this ultimate show-don’t-tell guide for emotion can help
By: Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi
Captivate the hearts and minds of young adult readers!
Writing for young adult (YA) and middle grade (MG) audiences isn't just "kid's stuff" anymore--it's kidlit!
By: Mary Kole
There’s more to writing a successful fantasy story than building a unique world or inventing a new type of magic. From the writing of strong, action-packed scenes to the creation of dynamic, multi-dimensional characters, fantasy author Deborah Chester guides novices and intermediate writers through a step-by-step process of story construction.
By: Deborah Chester
Writing books I've written:
In this part memoir / part self-help book you will find encouragement, tips, writing activities and stories from Cassie’s own life where she removed writing roadblocks and how you can remove yours too.
By: Cassie M Shiels
Want to write a book but don't know quite where to start or how to get in the grove. This book will help you start to practice writing in 7 key areas. Character, Setting, Description, Action, Internal Dialogue, Dialogue, and Emotions.