Thank you for stopping by my BookLovers Shop!
Writers don't spend all their time writing any more than doctors spend all their time in surgery, and when I take some downtime, I like to travel, take photographs, and create fun things. I think we all need an outlet to ensure balance in our lives...and this shop is part of mine.
My goal with this page is to support other writers and to support literacy. To that end, I'll be reviewing books on the craft of writing that I've found useful and will also offer some of my fun BookLovers' creations.
**note** this page is under construction, but be sure to come back soon and see how we're developing. Ciao for now!
Book Lovers' design popsockets
Show your passion for books and support literacy all at the same time with a cute GoRoamin phone grip and stand for phones and tablets.
Using a GoRoamin phone grip makes it easier to text, take selfies, read books, watch
videos and stream movies. And you'll be sure not to drop your phone while doing it.
These cute grips will close almost flat for easy storage in pocket or purse and pops out twice for desired use. Take a look to see all the other cute GoRoamin designs in the Paws series and the Adventure series.
BOOKS ALL WRITERS SHOULD READ AT LEAST ONCE
Techniques of the Selling Writer, by Dwight V. Swain - This book was my bible when I first started writing...even though I didn't understand half of it. For those truly serious about writing, this is one of the best books out there on the creative process of writing commercially oriented fiction . He offers expert advice along with a host of tricks and techniques to make your stories enjoyable and enticing. It's an older book, so the language can be dated, but the advice is timeless.
The Elements of Style, by William Strunk, Jr., A timeless pocket primer (updated in 2018) that takes you through the elementary rules of grammar usage through the principles of composition and form, and finally an approach to individual style. A quick reference book that should sit close at hand on any writer's bookshelf.