Books that inspire to write

We all need some inspiration sometimes, right? Especially things are not easy for writers when Muse can fly away whenever he wants without even saying goodbye. You can find 1001 advices on how to get the magical eager to create back, but I’ll give you only one advice – reading. Read whatever you want to, especially paying attention to the genres you love, but if you can think about nothing right now, this universal inspiring reader list is created just for you. Enjoy!

1.The book of Joe

Jonathan Tropper

What can inspire more than a story about the writer who wrote about his birth town he hated and then came back? Just imagine how people were “glad” to see him. And then enjoy reading about it. Plus, our writer Joe also lost his inspiration and found his way to get it back.

2. Martin Eden

Jack London

Back to classic. If you want to be a writer – that is the biggest inspiration you can find.

3. All the bright places

Jennifer Niven

Great inspiration for bloggers and people who lost self-confidence about his writing. Sometimes even YA can teach you something, unbelievable.

4. The world according to Garp

 John Irving

A great book about a writer T. Garp whose life is totally changing.

5. The hours

Michael Cunningham

Not just over inspiring, but also a great example of an awesome fiction story.

6. Letters to a young novelist

Mario Vargas Llosa 

A good source of inspiration and a lot of useful writing hacks. 2 in 1.

7. Pride and Prejudice

Jane Austen

You know about this book a lot, but if you are a woman who has nothing but a dream to write, to be independent and successful in what you are doing, this is the right choice for you.

8. The Land of laughs

Jonathan Carroll

The intriguing story about the power of a written word. Must-read!

And what books inspire you? Share in the comments below!