Everyone’s got an opinion, right? If there’s something you want to learn to do, chances are someone has written about it—from knitting to nok hockey.
Here are eight books that are best in class when it comes to instructional know-how.
It’s the I Ching on the writing process for just about anyone who likes to write. Doesn’t matter that it’s from the master of the horror genre—he knows of what he speaks.
I know people who swear by this book and quote from it religiously. If I could only find where I put my copy…
It’s not just witty—it’s straight-up accurate and speaks to today’s young adults in a way that they understand. It’s also hilarious. And funny is always a great teacher.
I sniff an up-and-coming trend here. Say buh-bye to the home beer-brew kit in favor of the next “in” item to DIY: proprietary whiskey.
Andrew Schloss and Ken Bookman
This is a go-to cookbook that’s great for those last-minute, “You thought I was making dinner?” kind of moments.
Published earlier this year, the author created and managed internship programs for both the White House and the U.S. Senate. I have a feeling he knows what he’s talking about.
If you’re out there scrolling and still haven’t found your match, this is the story for you. Words of advice and encouragement borne of a success story.
The author not only got cast on “Big Brother 10,” he won it—and he’s sharing his tips with you. And if you ever run in to the Kardashians on set, please ask them what is really going on with Bruce.