The Writer’s Little Helper
by James V. Smith JR.
The Writer’s Little Helper is small in size but not in information. It’s great because you can easily toss it in a bag or purse to take with you when you’re out and about. It’s laid out in a quick-reference style and also includes prompts and challenges.
This book is also visually stimulating to a certain extent in that it uses nice sized headers, graphs and tables. For me, that’s important for learning. Straight text is fine, but visual elements help me, too.
Who else has this book? Thinking about getting it? Looking forward to hearing from you all! As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, we can discuss what’s covered in the book, but not specifics. For that, you’ll have to purchase it. These discussions are meant to help you choose the books about writing that will be helpful to you.
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