The Excellent Writer
One of the main reasons for this is that writers lack self-confidence.
They continuously second-guess themselves and they are always negative about their abilities as writers, regardless of where they are in their writing career.
In this book, author Irene S. Roth examines thirty habits that, if learned, can (over time) turn every writer into an excellent writer.
Then writers can hold their heads up high and know that they are excellent.
There will be no more need to second guess themselves and to feel inadequate.
This is a recipe for excellence.