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Old 04-18-2013, 10:44 PM
DavidGil (Offline)
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You can improve your writing just as well by reading fiction or browsing online (and reading is the best way to learn). Honestly, the books won't tell you anything you can't learn for free.

If your mind is made up though, I did find King's On Writing to be a decent read years ago. That said, it was years ago, so my thoughts might be different now if I were to pick it up again.
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