I recently returned from the annual PCA Women’s ministry Leadership Conference where I facilitated our fifth writer’s event. (I love when things like that become a tradition!) Each year, the event has been different. We’ve explored and highlighted different aspects of writing, including growing as a writer, writing different genres, blogging, and publishing.
Each year we’ve had a variety of different women participate in a panel discussion. I love these panels because we get to hear from women of all ages and stages, both in life and in writing. We learn from those who write Bible studies and those who write fiction. We hear stories from both new and seasoned authors. We talk about the Christian’s purpose and goal in writing. And we receive encouragement to keep moving forward in our writing, one word at a time.
In thinking about our panel discussion from this year, I thought it might be helpful to share some of my favorite books on writing. I’ve collected a number of books over the years, including books on writing poetry and non-fiction, books on the craft of writing, books on the mechanics and grammar of writing, as well as writing memoirs from various authors.
These are just a few of my favorite writing books on my shelf. How about you?
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