The Right to Write by Julia Cameron -- one of the first writing books I ever read, while I was still a closet writer. It gave me courage.
The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron -- another amazing book -- it taught me a LOT.
On Writing by Stephen King -- need I say more.
How Not to Write by Terence Denman -- an excellent grammatical resource.
If You Can Talk, You Can Write by Joel Saltzman -- helped me get words on the page.
Developing Characters for Script Writing by Rib Davis -- great thoughts on characterization, appropriate for more than just scripts.
Hooked by Les Edgerton -- amazing, thoughtful and informative must-read.
Eats, Shoots & Leaves by Lynn Truss -- the most hilarious book about punctuation you'll ever read.
The War of Art by Steven Pressfield -- included some of the most interesting thoughts on creativity I've ever heard. Excellent!
Writing Magic by Gail Carson Levine -- great overall book about writing and a quick read, as well.
Take Joy a book for writers by Jane Yolen -- I liked it, but I can't remember details. I'm going to have to re-read this one.
Finding Your Voice -- how to put personality in your writing by Les Edgerton -- loved Hooked and found this one. Sounds amazing, can't wait to read it.
Pen on Fire by Barbara DeMarco-Barrett -- Another one that sounded amazing, but have not yet read.
The Writer's Guide to Psychology -- How to Write Accurately About Psychological Disorders, Clinical Treatment and Human Behavior by Carolyn Kaufman, Psy.D. -- Fabulous resource! Enough said.
Save the Cat -- The Last Book on Screenwriting That You'll Ever Need by Blake Snyder
Write Your Book Now! by Gene Perret -- Can you say motivation?