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Successful Cover Letters in a Week: Teach Yourself

by Pat Scudamore & Hilton Catt

Sunday: Understand the importance of first impressions and the common mistakes people make

Monday: Ensure your application is taken seriously with a cover letter that is concise, complements your CV and is targeted...


Writing for the Web: Teach Yourself

by Robert Ashton & Jessica Juby

Like it or not, the internet has become integral to every aspect of our lives, with smart phones, tablet computers and wifi enabling us to communicate easily and instantly.

Whether you're a rising star in the...


Persuade People with Your Writing: Teach Yourself

by Karen Mannering

The ability to persuade people to agree with you can be crucial to your working life. This book will help you apply the psychology of persuasion to your writing. Persuasion expert Karen Mannering guides you...


Make Money From Freelance Writing: Teach Yourself

by Claire Gillman

Make Money From Freelance Writing takes you step by step through every avenue for making an income from professional writing. Covering everything from travel writing to writing self-help features and full-length...


Write a Novel and Get it Published: Teach Yourself

by Stephen May & Nigel Watts

There is a saying that 'everyone has a book in them'. But not many people are able to get it out. This practical and inspiring guide, written by a successful author whose novels are published by Bloomsbury,...


Write Great Dialogue: Teach Yourself

by Irving Weinman

'Commissioning editors say good dialogue is one of the first things that make a book stand out from the crowd - and similarly, that clunky direct speech is one of the first things that will send a book straight...


Write a Bestselling Thriller: Teach Yourself

by Matthew Branton

Write a Bestselling Thriller: Strategies to Get Your Book Published is a step by step guide to putting together an unputdownable narrative. It takes you on a journey through each component of the thriller, breaking...


The Writer's Source Book: Teach Yourself

by Chris Sykes

Is your creative writing in need of inspiration? Do you need confidence to create watertight plots and believable characters?

The Writer's Source Book provides dozens of practical exercises to help you create...


Write Short Stories - And Get Them Published

by Zoe Fairbairns

Written by one of the country's leading experts on the short story, Write Short Stories - And Get Them Published is ideal if you want to write creatively in a genre that is increasingly attracting attention...


Write a Children's Book - And Get It Published: Teach Yourself

by Allen Jones

Designed for writers of any children's literature, be it fiction, non-fiction or faction, this popular and successful title has been fully updated and expanded to include the latest developments in the field...


The Complete Idiot's Guide to Comedy Writing

by James Mendrinos

Comedy is serious business-and serious money. In this guide, comedian, writer, and teacher Jim Mendrinos explains the principles of comedy and how to apply them to forms from stand-up to sitcoms- including fiction,...


The Pocket Idiot's Guide to Beating Writer's Block

by Kathy Kleidermacher

Write it off, work it out, get it done.

An eminently practical guide to getting unblocked and writing again, The Pocket Idiot's Guide™ to Beating Writer's Block includes dozens and dozens of tips, exercises,...


Braving the Fire

by Jessica Handler

Braving the Fire is the first book to provide a road map for the journey of writing honestly about grief and loss. Created specifically by and for the writer who has experienced illness, loss, or the death...


Fiction Writer's Workshop

by Josip Novakovich

Master the Elements of the Writing Workshop

The great paradox of the writing life is that to be a good writer, you must be both interested in the world around you and comfortable working in solitude for hours...


To the Letter: A Celebration of the Lost Art of Letter Writing

by Simon Garfield

The New York Times bestselling author of Just My Type and On the Map offers an ode to letter writing and its possible salvation in the digital age.

Few things are as exciting-and potentially life-changing-as...


One Continuous Mistake: Four Noble Truths for Writers

by Gail Sher

Based on the Zen philosophy that we learn more from our failures than from our successes, One Continuous Mistake teaches a refreshing new method for writing as spiritual practice. In this unique guide for writers...


Writing with Emotion, Tension, and Conflict: Techniques for Crafting an Expressive and Compelling Novel

by Cheryl St.John

Today's highly competitive fiction market requires writers to imbue their novels with that special something - an element that captures readers' hearts and minds. In Writing With Emotion, Tension & Conflict,...


Confessions of a Professional Blogger: How I Make Money as an Online Writer

by Miranda Marquit

Confessions of a Professional Blogger offers a straightforward approach to becoming an Internet freelancer. This book pulls no punches, telling the truth about what it takes to successfully build a freelance...


That or Which, and Why: A Usage Guide for Thoughtful Writers and Editors

by Evan Jenkins

That or Which, and Why is an insightful and witty guide to writing based on Evan Jenkins's long-running column 'Language Corner', compiled of brief, alphabetically arranged entries on approximately 200 major...


Off the Page: Writers Talk About Beginnings, Endings, and Everything In Between

by Carole Burns & Marie Arana

A guide where today’s best writers reveal their secrets. How do writers approach a new novel? Do they start with plot, character, or theme? A. S. Byatt starts with color. E. L. Doctorow begins with an image....