I have to admit that I don't devour writing craft books. But once in a while one comes a long that really hits home for me.
My friend Stina tuned me into this one (click on the link for her review):
Rivet your Readers with Deep Point of View by Jill Elizabeth Nelson
There are four reasons why I like it.
1. It gets straight to the point.
2. It gives you great examples on how to develop a deeper POV.
3. It gives you worksheets at the end of each chapter.
4. It's short. So you learn a lot in a short period of time.
I highly recommend this book. I have it on kindle right now, but I'm thinking I might buy a paperback version, because I like flipping through.
Which begs the question.
For craft books do you like a digital copy or a paper copy?
And for another plug don't forget The Emotion Thesaurus by the Bookshelf Muse (Angela and Becca). Always have this one by my computer