Have you read any how-to-books lately? Looking back at the list of books I'd read in 2009, I found several. Ever ask yourself why these books appeal to us? I decided to look for an answer.
WRITE AWAY by Elizabeth George.
WHY DID I READ THIS BOOK?
I love the Inspector Lynley mystery series on Masterpiece Theater. I found Elizabeth George had also written a book on writing. I was curious.
After a writer has her idea and characters, she needs to ‘spend’ time on location to work out the logistics of the story. For Elizabeth George this means a trip to the UK to work on her novel. Forget technology! I’m going to pack!
WAS IT HELPFUL? On a scale of [1-5] with  being Routine information...up to  being an Ah ha Moment
I'll give WRITE AWAY a 
COLOR CODE: [highlighting with a different color each time I’ve read the book…]
 New book  still Trying to master
WRITE AWAY gets a 
TAKE AWAY: Entertaining, good for mystery writers
Have you read this book? How would you respond?