When you write a book, you’re writing to yourself

You can have your pick of a variety of books to start your career in, but there are certain books that will work best for everyone.

Here are seven books that you can use to start writing for yourself.


The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying by Elizabeth Loftus: This book is great for anyone who writes a lot.

It’s a quick read, and it gives you lots of ideas on how to write a better book than you could before.

I love that it’s a short, digestible book.


The Good Life by John Lydon: This is a really good book for anyone interested in writing, as it’s an easy read and easy to follow.

It has lots of short stories that are easy to read and not too long.


The Power of Not Giving a F**k: A guide for those who write to feel better by Anne Tyler: I love this book because it’s short and to-the-point, so I can read it without being distracted.

It gives advice on how you can get to the best place for your life, which is to feel happy and content.


The Happiness Advantage by John Stuart Mill: I loved this book so much I wrote it in my book.

I’m not going to say it’s the best book, but I think it’s very, very helpful to anyone who is trying to write.


Writing Like a Man: A Guide for Writers by Mark Manson: This really good, step-by-step guide for writers can be really helpful.

It helps you learn how to do certain things like how to edit your writing.

It also talks about writing to get ideas for your next book.


How to Write by Steve Krug: This simple guide to writing can really help you.

It talks about how to create a structure that will make it easy for you to write, and you can actually start reading it and just begin writing right away.


The Essential Book on Writing by Elizabeth Wiebe: This was one of my favourite books of all time, because I found it so easy to understand.

The book was also fun to read because it had all the information you need in one place.

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