"Writing the Breakout" Novel by Donald Maas.
Good info about the book premise, which I, personally, really needed.
Three of the 4 classics of Chinese literature:
-"Outlaws of the Marsh" (aka "The Water Margin") by Shi Nai’An
-"Romance of the Three Kingdoms" by Luo Guanzhong
-"Journey to the West" (aka "Monkey") by Wu Cheng’en
"A Handbook of Chinese Mythology" by Deming An and Jessica Anderson Turner
"Chinese Mythology" by Claude Helft and Chen Jiang Hong
"Story Structure Architect" by Victoria Schmidt
All of John Brown’s fabulous posts on writing (especially plot-related)
All of Jim Butcher’s posts on writing (especially plot-related)
Dan Wells’s "7-point Plot System" lecture on YouTube
And I have read a vast amount on Wikipedia about the 8 Supernatural Races of Indian/Chinese Buddhist mythology, as well as huge swathes of material on the Mara and Hanuman/Sun Wukong
As you may be able to tell, this reading list is very focused on two different things: Plot and Chinese Mythology/Literature.
There’s a few reasons for this, and I’ll go into them later. 😉