Writers on Writing Omnibus – Volumes 1, 2, 3, & 4



This is the Writers on Writing Vol.1 – 4 Omnibus – An Author’s Guide where your favorite authors share their ultimate secrets in becoming and being an author.

“Oh my gosh!! Can you imagine sitting down with a respected author and being able to ask ‘How do you do it?’ Well, that’s exactly what this feels like when this reading book. Whether an author or just a fan of the written word, you will be amazed at the thought process of each contributor.” – Horror Novel Reviews

“Now, that’s what I call a book on writing!” – Kya Aliana

“This is a great little book on the nuts and bolts of writing. I was delighted to read that there are more volumes in the future. I’ll be on the lookout for them, and so should you.” – Nancy M. Scuri

Are you ready to unleash the author in you?


-The Infrastructure of the Gods by Brian Hodge
-The Writer’s Purgatory by Monique Snyman
-Why Rejection is Still Important by Kevin Lucia
-Real Writers Steal Time by Mercedes M. Yardley
-What Right Do I Have to Write by Jasper Bark
-Go Pace Yourself by Jack Ketchum
-A Little Infusion of Magic by Dave-Brendon de Burgh
-Confronting Your Fears in Fiction by Todd Keisling
-Once More with Feeling by Tim Waggoner
-Embracing Your Inner Shitness by James Everington
-The Forgotten Art of Short Story by Mark Allan Gunnells
-Adventures in Teaching Creative Writing by Lucy A. Snyder
-Submit (to psychology) for Acceptance by Daniel I. Russell
-Character Building by Theresa Derwin
-Heroes and Villains by Paul Kane
-Do Your Worst by Jonathan Winn
-Creating Effective Characters by Hal Bodner
-Fictional Emotions; Emotional Fictions by James Everington
-Home Sweet Home by Ben Eads
-You by Kealan Patrick Burke
-The art of becoming a book reviewer by Nerine Dorman
-Treating Fiction like a Relationship by Jonathan Janz
-How to Write Killer Poetry by Stephanie M. Wytovich
-Happy Little Trees by Michael Knost
-In Lieu of Patience Bring Diversity by Kenneth W. Cain
-Networking is Scary, but Essential by Doug Murano
-Are You In The Mood? by Sheldon Higdon
-What if Every Novel is a Horror Novel? by Steve Diamond
-Description by Patrick Freivald
-A First-time Novelist’s Odyssey by William Gorman
-I Am Setting by J.S. Breukelaar
-Finding Your Voice by Lynda E. Rucker

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