After a year of neglect (caused while moving our offices, as described in this previous post), the-freelance-editor is excited to announce updates to the-freelance-editor’s bookstore for writers and readers—and those updates include the addition of several new titles, in fact scores of them!
As listed on the destination page for our little shop, we’ve tried to provide a selection of writing-related how-to books but also books of interest to readers, especially selections of historical fiction, general adult fiction and nonfiction, and young-adult fiction and nonfiction (and a few for even younger audiences). The ongoing goal of this online bookstore for writers and readers is to offer book selections that provide sources for grammar, style, and writing mechanics; offer inspiration for writers; and supply samples of writing, both classics and more recent releases.
Among the “how-to-write” books, I’ve strived to provide references and resources tested by my decades of professional use—as well as some books recommended by clients and associates over the years and newer publications that will aid many, if not all, writers. These also include some materials for fellow editors!
Among the “samples of writing” books, even readers who don’t think of themselves as writers will find a broad range of titles for consideration.
Please check out our selections as you have time (the online shop is always open), and see what catches your attention—and imagination.
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originally posted January 15, 2023;
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