Writing About Writing with Our Fascinating Non-Fiction Books


At Preloved Book Shop, we take great pride in curating an extensive collection of second-hand books that cater to various interests and passions. Today, we’re excited to showcase our remarkable selection of non-fiction books that delve into the art and craft of writing.

Whether you’re an aspiring author, a literature enthusiast, or simply someone who appreciates the power of words, our non-fiction section offers a treasure trove of knowledge and inspiration. Let’s explore a few captivating titles that are sure to ignite your creativity and deepen your understanding of the written word.

  1. “Australian Literature Primers: Wordsworth” by AR Osborn: Discover the beauty and richness of Australian literature with this insightful primer. AR Osborn takes you on a journey through the works of Wordsworth, offering profound analysis and commentary on his remarkable contributions. Immerse yourself in the world of Australian literature and gain a newfound appreciation for its unique voice.
  2. “The A-Z of Great Writers” by Tom Payne: Embark on an alphabetical adventure through the lives and works of some of the most influential writers in history. Tom Payne’s comprehensive guide introduces you to a diverse range of literary figures, from the classics to contemporary icons. Explore their masterpieces, delve into their creative processes, and uncover the secrets of their literary success.
  3. “The Power of Words” by Winston S Churchill (Edited by Martin Gilbert): Immerse yourself in the eloquence and wisdom of one of history’s greatest leaders. Winston S Churchill’s powerful words have inspired generations, and in this collection, edited by Martin Gilbert, you’ll witness the impact of his speeches, essays, and letters. Experience the transformative power of language and discover the art of persuasive communication.
  4. “Writing a Non-Boring Family History” by Hazel Edwards: Uncover the magic in your family’s story and capture it for future generations with Hazel Edwards’ expert guidance. This practical guide offers invaluable tips and techniques for creating a captivating family history that goes beyond mere dates and facts. Preserve cherished memories and breathe life into your ancestors’ tales with this essential resource.
  5. “The Oxford Book of Aphorisms” by John Gross: Delight in the wisdom and wit of the world’s greatest thinkers and wordsmiths through this remarkable anthology. John Gross curates a collection of insightful aphorisms, offering concise yet profound reflections on life, love, philosophy, and more. Dip into these concise gems and let them spark contemplation and inspiration within you.

These highlighted titles are just a glimpse into the captivating world of non-fiction books on writing available in our store.

From literary analysis to practical writing guides, our collection offers something for every writing enthusiast. Whether you’re seeking guidance, inspiration, or a deeper understanding of the written word, our non-fiction section is a treasure trove waiting to be explored. Browse our selection of non-fiction books about writing today and embark on a literary journey that will ignite your creativity and nurture your love for the art of writing.


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