You Can’t Learn To Write Just By Reading
by Cynthia MacGregor
Exercises to Make You a Better Writer
As the book's title says, you can't learn to write just by reading. Not just by reading books on the art and craft of writing. Not just by reading books by popular, classic, or best-selling writers and hoping to emulate their example. And not just by taking courses in the art and craft and mechanics of writing, either.
Not even by just reading this book...unless you do the exercises in it.
You have to practice. You have to hone your skills. You have to learn by DOING.
The exercises this book advocates will help you sharpen your skills. Want to be a better writer? You need this book.
About The Author:
Author of over 50 published books, South Florida resident Cynthia MacGregor is a freelance writer/editor whose varied career has included writing, editing, theatre-reviewing, and teaching adult classes in writing, public speaking, and cooking. She is proprietor of the websites www.TheSoloParent.com, www.ThePublicApology.com, and www.TogetherAgain.us.
Her own website is www.cynthiamacgregor.com. You can write to her at Cynthia@cynthiamacgregor.com. Her hobbies include cooking and "writing just for fun," which includes scripting plays for the Palm Springs (FL) Players theatre group.
For an author bio and photo, reviews and a reading sample, visit www.cynthiamacgregor.com
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