I agree to the suggestion of Sanderson's Warbreaker and Elantris but my number one recommendation is Abercrombie's Best Served Cold.
I have a fun book called My Grammar and I (or should that be 'Me'?) by Caroline Taggart and J. A Wines. It's not a fiction training book, just an entertaining
I've heard and read this said, but I specifically meant "If you pick up a novel, in a bookshop say, would you effectively skip chapter one because
First you learn the rigid rules, because they are something nearly every reader understands. Something every reader understands will be clear to every
Abraham is good, but the first books in each of his series are his weakest. It takes me a while to warm to his characters, but I really enjoy his books