7 Best Inspiring Books to Write A Prominent College Essay

Learning to write is sometimes more challenging than it seems. Many beginners in writing feel alone, and every critique hits them hard. Meanwhile, it is great if you are a college student and can practice writing in your essays.

Indeed, you can feel overwhelmed with theoretical material and don’t know where to start. When students want to buy college essays online, they expect to get reliable writing support on these issues. In our turn, we want to show you books from Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, and other prominent writers that reveal you are not alone in your writing challenge.

  1. “On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft,” Stephen King

 First published in 2000, this book gained much popularity not only among writers but also among fans. Read his autobiographical stories if you want to get the most remarkable advice from the king of horrors. What can be better than learn from one of the greatest authors of the 21st century? Based on stories from his routine, Stephen inspires you to overcome blocks not only in writing but also in reading. It is essential for those who still can’t start their essays.

  1. “Zen in the Art of Writing,” Ray Bradbury

 Getting tips from prominent science fiction writer is incredibly effective in turning your perception about writing upside down. Find out about Ray Bradbury’s experience in creating scenes for his biggest novels and develop original ideas for your craft. Even if you train to write an essay, you can include key principles from this book. Ray teaches young authors to be curious about things around them. This will be an excellent basis for your first draft and make you create your new outstanding style.

  1. “Steering the Craft,” Ursula K. Le Guin

 The author presents writing as a therapy for anyone who sits at the table with pen and paper. Utilize beneficial exercises to enhance your creativity and develop various writing techniques. Ursula K. Le Guin shows how to combine punctuation, text structure, message delivery, perspective, and story revelation. Everything you need to make your novel, story, or essay effective you can find in this short book.

  1. “The Art of Fiction: Notes on Craft for Young Writers,” John Gardner

 First published on January 12th, 1984, it became a must-have instruction for writers with any experience. Here, you can find many advice on writing, editing, and rearranging text pieces to a compelling and convincing story. Techniques depicted here are based on classic works, so you can feel yourself sitting in class and listening to the lecturer. And it is not surprise because John Gardner was not only a famous novelist but also an aspiring teacher of writing seminars and courses.

  1. “The Elements of Style,” William Strunk Jr., E.B. White

 This book is a must-read for everyone who wants to be grammatically correct in their writings. “The Elements of Style” brings the fundamentals for English writers. For instance, if you’re going to be accurate in spelling, grammar, and punctuation, turn up for the assistance of these two authors. All language rules are represented in an easy-to-get way so you can make your content more organized. If you’ve ever thought of improving your convincing style, clarity, and message delivery, take this book first.

  1. “Writing Down the Bones: Freeing the Writer Within,” Natalie Goldberg

The author of this book follows Zen Buddhism principles and combined her writing experience with two thousand years of mind study. There are many controversial reviews about this book. Some people who write scientific works or write challenging topics in science-fiction, horrors, or suspense genres, might find this book too light in various meanings. Still, if you need some inspiration to share your personal story (especially in a personal statement), you should consider Natalie Goldberg’s advice seriously. Really, if you underestimate your writings, remember that everyone is authentic. Therefore you should show your story to the world.

  1. “Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life,” Anne Lamott

Inspired by story from her brother’s childhood, Anne teaches young writers the step-by-step writing principle. Even if you think you can’t make it until the deadline, as Anne’s brother, you always have a chance to create logical structure in your “Shitty First Drafts.” The authors show that being a writer is not a challenge but an art. Consequently, reconsider your approach to the writing process and enhance your skills with a simple yet effective guide.

 Afterall 

These seven lucky books will teach you to notice valuable details in any simple story. This creative approach makes you win in any essay writing challenge. If you are one of the learners who can’t find original topic ideas, the main character of your essay, central point, or overall plot, you just need to pay attention to your inner artist. Actually, it never matters what discipline you should write your essay on. Therefore, don’t give up facing some issues with your text. On the contrary, focus on these meaningful recommendations from the most significant writers and move on!

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