I don’t know about you, but some of the best “keeper” products and new tools that I’ve learned about came from people who shared their experience with using them. Word of mouth is a powerful force. I’m someone who enjoys listening to the advice and insight from others, and I use their feedback to guide me in making the wisest decisions possible when I select goods or services. I would be surprised if I were alone in this boat, and so…I’ve decided to make Wednesdays the official (my official anyway) “Favorites Day.”
Each Wednesday, I hope you’ll swing by my blog to post your favorite or favs as I like to call them, in the categories that will be opened for discussion. Here is today’s discussion topic: What is your favorite nonfiction book(s).
I’ll get the ball rolling with my list.
- Stein on Writing by Sol Stein
- The First Five Pages by Noah Lukeman
- Woe is I by Patricia O’Connor
- Self-Editing for Fiction Writers by Renni Browne & Dave King
- Writing the Breakout Novel by Donald Maass
Let me hear from you guys. Share your favorites. You never know who you could be helping.
Now for the contest…drum roll please…Leave a comment with your fav nonfiction book(s), and on April 22, 2009 I will draw one name, and announce the winner. The winner will receive their choice of one of the following: The book The Shack by William P. Young or The First Five Pages by Noah Lukeman.
So there you have it. Tell us your favs.