Top 5 Books to Inspire Your Own Writing

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Vera Nazarian once said whenever you scheme through and read a book, somewhere around the globe a door opens and brings in more light. But precisely what is a great book? Even though we all have a varied perspective of what a good book is, P.J. O’Rourke proposes a fascinating formula about what you should read or not. As per his words, you need always to read materials which will make you look noble even if you die while at it.

In particular, each writer needs to be a voracious reader to get an idea of how to plot a story. However, there are those times when you get a writer’s block notwithstanding whether you are a student trying to complete an essay assignment or a professional writer looking to finish a chapter on your book. What do you do at such time? Whether you are having a writing block or stuck in life or things are not going to change, or you just want to change your life, then this article is for you.

While it is easier for a student since all they have to do is order an essay on time for students online, what many of us don’t know is that you can also decide to read a motivational book to get your creative juices flowing.  Yes, there are those books that every writer should have in their personal library. They are the sort of books that you will keep coming back to time and time again throughout your career.

To help you work it out, herein are five self-improvement books which will effectively transform you into both a better person and an even better writer once you finish them. These five books will inspire your writing and creativity, and while some are popular classics which you may already be familiar, some might just be new to you. Check them out…

Top 5 books to inspire your own writing:

  1. On Writing by Stephen King

Writing is not about making cash, getting dates, getting famous, making friends or getting laid. Ultimately, it is about enriching the lives of the individuals who will read your work, as well as improve your own life as well. It is merely about getting up, getting well, and finally getting over. In essence, it is all about getting happy…Get it?

This is an utterly fantastic read for anyone looking to find inspiration for their writing. If you have read any Stephen King authored-book, then you know he is just but a ‘genius.’  You would have to search far and wide to get a list of books for writers’ that is not inclusive of this one. This is not because the individuals that make these lists are unimaginative or lazy, but because it is that good! If you are only going to purchase one book, then get yourself this one.

  1. Dave King and Renni Browne’s Self-Editing for Fiction Writers

This book is among the most remarkable self-improvement books available and will definitely teach you how to be a better writer. If you go through this book from chapter to chapter, and exercise to exercise, while applying everything that you learn, you need no other source of motivation to draft a ‘best seller’! While it is hard to write the first draft and make subsequent changes, it is essential to check every piece via plagiarism checker for duplicate content to avoid copyright penalties.

  1. Story Genius by Lisa Cron

Everything you add to your story is like a drop of paint falling into clear waters; it spreads across and colors everything.

Ever had that feeling where you feel like a book is yours after reading it? This is exactly how this book feels. It is among the top self-help books available, and you will be so glad you chose to read it. This Lisa Cron authored book is all about how our brains react to exciting stories. With this book, you will dive deeper into your characters and your story with everything flowing relentlessly.


It is one of the few transformational books you want to own since you will always come back to it over and over as you write.

  1. The Writer’s Journey by Christopher Vogler

Of all the books in this list, Christopher Vogler’s The Writer’s Journey is perhaps one of the best self-improvement books any writer should have especially since it can teach you more about story structure in comparison to any other available resource inclusive of both graduate and undergraduate course work in creative writing. The books is a simple step by step guide through the journey of the classic hero with exercises and examples which will enhance your writing if you pay close attention.

  1. Zen in the Art of Writing by Ray Bradbury

Zen in the Art is a little book of essays primarily about creativity and writing and is an essential small pocket of inspiration. It is the type of transformational book that you read multiple times, but with each read, you end up picking something new. Since it is a collection of essays, you may read what you need and when you need it.

Ray Bradbury’s advice for impeccable writing skills and motivation is to write short stories as well as read vastly not to mention watching movies! With this book, you also get to learn about the author came up with some of his materials among many other fundamental details.

Summary:

There are numerous self-improvement books available, but these five picks are the ones that guarantee you instant results. Pick several or even all of these books and read, and you are sure to see the beginning of your transformation.

Author’s Bio:

Nicole Lewis is a staff writer. She is also a University of Michigan graduate and has been the recipient of a National Award in magazine for 2016. What’s more, she also famously wrote for ‘The Fact Checker’ blog for the Washington Post.


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