Elements of Guile by Strunk and White: Tips on tricking agents and editors into representing/buying your manuscripts.
The Forest for the Bees by Betsy Lerner: An editor's advice to—OH MY GOD BEES!
Writing the Breakout Grovel by Donald Mass: How to beg famous writer-friends to blurb your book.
Building the Breakout Hovel, also by Donald Maas: How to build yourself a wattle-and-daub shack to live in once your breakout novel fails to break out.
On Smiting by Stephen King: Sick of writing? Learn the techniques of the bestselling smiter.
Nerd by Nerd by Anne Lamott: How to write science fiction and/or programming textbooks that will seduce the brainiest of readers.
Curd by Curd, also by Anne Lamott: An extended metaphor on writing as cheesemaking.
Writing Down the Clones by Natalie Goldberg: Clones are the new zombie-vampire-angel-trolls. Zen-style tips on cashing in on this hot new trend.
Which writing advice books would YOU like to see? INTERN wants to know!
Happy, happy Wednesday to you all.