The Writer’s Bookshelf: Recommended References and Writing Resources (Episode 13: Discussing “Just Write” by James Scott Bell)

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Are you sick of writing? Do you ever wish your novels, essays, letters to Grandma would ever just write themselves? Do you often rise in the morning, look in the mirror, and ask yourself why you ever started this lame writer’s journey? If so, then maybe this week’s book, Just Write: Creating Unforgettable Fiction and a Rewarding Writing Life by James Scott Bell, is the right book for you.

Welcome back to The Writer’s Bookshelf. This week, remind yourself why you write, why you love it, and why you’d rather be doing that than pulling weeds. Check out my video on today’s writing reference and why you should give it a look, even if you’ve already done so.

Remember kids, even when you hate doing it, just write. Similarly, like and subscribe to all of this stuff I’m posting. It tells me you want more, even if deep down I know you wish I’d used a better camera. I ain’t rich, okay? This is what I got. It’s either a nice camera or a stocked writer’s bookshelf. Can’t have both!

Unless you buy my books. Then I can have both.

Just Write: Creating Unforgettable Fiction and a Rewarding Writing Life

James Scott Bell


Amazon Metadata:

·  Paperback: 256 pages

·  ISBN-10: 159963970X

·  ISBN-13: 978-1599639703

·  Publisher: Writer’s Digest Books (May 26, 2016)

Check out other entries in the Writer’s Bookshelf series here.

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