Sunday, November 6, 2011

Musing Mondays - How To Books

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This week’s musing asks…

Other than for school, do you read books to learn how to do something? What was/were the topic(s)?

My answer...

I like to write fiction (maybe someday I'll even get published) and I get books that tell you how to plot stories, develop characters, grammar, etc. etc. etc. Even though I've taken classes for this in the past, I figure you can never learn too much. Also, the newest thing is self-publishing in the ebook world, so I've been reading up on that too. I'm lucky since Barnes & Noble is offering six books on these topics for free. I already downloaded all of them :)

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  1. Ya, writing is hard. I just prefer to read for fun! Lol! I like your picture! : )

  2. Hopping through. :)Good luck with writing. :) My Monday Musings

  3. I recommend a book about writing in my Musing -- actually a book length collection of interviews with Michael Moorcock. Definitely worth picking up a copy!

  4. I tend to avoid it, I read enough of them for uni

  5. My dad used to read lots of "How To" books about plumbing, woodworking, electricity, locksmithing all kinds of stuff. I read several "how to" books about blogging, selling on Amazon, teaching a dog tricks, playing tennis, poker and golf and probably a few others.


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