100 books to help you write your book
Cyrus Bulychev in the plane of literature, and in the world Igor Vsevolodovich Mooseko, the creator of a series of books about Alis Seleznevoy and scenarios to many full and short film, on the pages of Memoirov, shares with readers with histories from their lives: facts from the biography, which influenced its formation as Personality and events that made him take a pen, although the author himself did not even think about the creative profession, seriously intending to storm the geological exploration department of the university.
2. "How to write non-fikshn", NS. Jenzer
It is no secret that the bestseller can be not only an artistic prose, but also.N. Non-Fikshn, this is confirmed by most of the wonderful books from our list. How to carry and simultaneously in simple language write scientific and popular text? How to make it interesting and most useful for the reader? How to develop a corporate style and gain attention to your audience? – All these questions give answers a popular author, awarded for its creativity of numerous awards, – Ann Jenzer.
3. "How to write a brilliant novel", J. Fere
James Frei – author of world famous manuals about writing craft and teacher at the University of California. His book is ideal for novice writers who need an accelerated course of practical stories. On numerous examples from films and literature, the author teaches to work properly on the text, and also helps to recognize, analyze and correct errors and weak points in their work.
4. "How to write a brilliant detective", J. Fere
This is an indispensable step-by-step guide for those who ever dreamed of writing a bright, exciting detective. The author focuses on the fact that the book in such a genre is, above all, a dramatic novel with "Live", holistic characters and shows readers how to create such a smart, resourceful, active, volitional and decisive hero. Also J. Frey in his simple and at the same time original style demonstrates how to combine all the actors, including a detective, killer, suspected, witnesses, victims and t.D. in one full and holistic world.
5. "Art of Romana", M. Kundara
author "Unbearable ease of being" and other magnificent works are divided with readers with their reflections on the ideological importance of the novel in the artistic world, in the course of action, leading to an example and analyzing the brightest works of European literature. "Anna Karenina" Tolstoy, "Lock" Kafki, "Lunatic" Brocha – for which these masterpieces were written, which goal was put by their authors? The book of Kunder considers the structure of the novel, its history, action and main purpose.
6. "How I write", NS. Kuznetsov
Julia Kuznetsova, the books of which are internationally successful, invites readers to try to create an exciting work for the smallest. You should not be afraid, because the author will hold the hand, conducting a tour of the writing workshop, revealing the secrets of creating an exciting children’s prose: search for a good topic, the development of a competent structure, identification of characters and drawing the main storyline. The tasks with which Julia complements each chapter will help to focus on their thoughts and "ride" or develop your own writing skills.
7. "Notes on how to write "horror", T. Ligotti
Dreaming to scare the reader before the fierce already from the first pages of your own work? Colleague Master of Horror Stephen King, no less popular "father" Literary Deads, Ghosts and Formerers American Writer in the genre Horror Thomas Ligotti teach you a few lessons on creating an impressive thematic prose. Ligotti himself for a long time thoroughly hid his name, exciting readers imagination, and today he doesn’t like publicity today, preferring to remain in the shadow of the heroes of his mystical stories, which, by the way, were repeatedly marked by prestigious American prizes and awards.
eight. "Art of story", WITH. MEEM
The famous English writer Somerset Moem in his characteristic manner, complete irony and light cynicism, introduces the reader with the specifics of the genre, in which heavily succeeded. On the example of the works of other, no less significant literary figures, such as Gi de Maupassan and Edgar Allan O., Moem deepens to the artistic subtleties of creating a qualitative story: from quite tangible idea to professional techniques that allow you to combine all the details of the story in a single holistic canvas.
nine. "Art of fiction", A. Rand
In 1958. In the living house of the American Writer, author of Roman Bestseller "Atlas Shrugged" and the creator of the new philosophical flow called it "objectivism", read several lectures to their students. Among the listeners were future writers who wanted to conquer the audience of impressive work in the example of the lecturer, and readers, thirsting deeper to know the secrets of secret signs and ideas that the authors are laid in their text. These lectures were combined under the general name and published on the joy of restless writers and tireless readers.
ten. "How to write about love", O. Solomatina
Melodramatic prose – one of the most popular genres in literature. The perfect love, the fate of two people whose union seems to be blessed in heaven, their sudden parting, and the events of meetings, obstacles on the way of reunification … – All these intrickets are fascinating and forced "absorb" the book is a crazy pace, waiting soon to learn the end of the novel. What is the success and attractiveness of such a genre for readers? Apparently, the fact that love in the real and fictional world is similar and differ at the same time: the ideal feelings in the life of the heroes are so exciting and tremble, that make millions of readers believe that such love is also in life.