Writing in Community: Say Goodbye to Writer’s Block and Transform Your Life


by
Lucy Adkins and Becky Breed

Book Details

Format: EPUB

File size: 650 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Writing in Community is a book of inspiration and encouragement for writers who want to reach deep within themselves and write to their fullest potential. There is magic in a successful writing group. This book helps writers tap into that magic, and with gentle wisdom and humor, experience unprecedented breakthroughs in creativity.

Praise for Writing in Community:

“Suggested exercises, a wealth of insights, and inspirational anecdotes pepper this excellent motivational resource!” The Midwest Book Review

“A book that shows you how to start and nurture a writing group should be clear, well-written, rock-solid , inspiring – and this one is! My highest possible recommendation for this book. You’ll find real help and humor in Writing in Community.” – Marge Saiser, author of Beside You at the Stoplight

“These writers have great authority and experience on this topic. They write ideas that are fresh and new with profound potential for empowering readers as writers, connecting them with honest, authentic peers.” Mary Pipher, author of The Green Boat: Reviving Ourselves in Our Capsized Culture and Writing to Change the World

“Reading this book is inspiring me to write more. Especially poems, which can so easily slip through the cracks of everyday living. I find myself wondering during each reading session whom I might invite into a writing group.” Sue Patton Thoele, author of The Mindful Woman and The Courage to Be Yourself

“So many folks are unsure of how to start a writing group and end up falling into that chasm we call “failure of spirit.” Writing in Community gives writers an ongoing resource to tap into as they find their way to that magical flow of creativity.” Suzy Vitello Soule, writing instructor at LitReactor.com and author of Unkiss Me and The Moment Before

Writing in Community is a book of inspiration and encouragement for writers who want to reach deep within themselves and write to their fullest potential. There is magic in a successful writing group. This book helps writers tap into that magic, and with gentle wisdom and humor, experience unprecedented breakthroughs in creativity.

Praise for Writing in Community:

“Suggested exercises, a wealth of insights, and inspirational anecdotes pepper this excellent motivational… (more)

Writing in Community is a book of inspiration and encouragement for writers who want to reach deep within themselves and write to their fullest potential. There is magic in a successful writing group. This book helps writers tap into that magic, and with gentle wisdom and humor, experience unprecedented breakthroughs in creativity.

Praise for Writing in Community:

“Suggested exercises, a wealth of insights, and inspirational anecdotes pepper this excellent motivational resource!” The Midwest Book Review

“A book that shows you how to start and nurture a writing group should be clear, well-written, rock-solid , inspiring – and this one is! My highest possible recommendation for this book. You’ll find real help and humor in Writing in Community.” – Marge Saiser, author of Beside You at the Stoplight

“These writers have great authority and experience on this topic. They write ideas that are fresh and new with profound potential for empowering readers as writers, connecting them with honest, authentic peers.” Mary Pipher, author of The Green Boat: Reviving Ourselves in Our Capsized Culture and Writing to Change the World

“Reading this book is inspiring me to write more. Especially poems, which can so easily slip through the cracks of everyday living. I find myself wondering during each reading session whom I might invite into a writing group.” Sue Patton Thoele, author of The Mindful Woman and The Courage to Be Yourself

“So many folks are unsure of how to start a writing group and end up falling into that chasm we call “failure of spirit.” Writing in Community gives writers an ongoing resource to tap into as they find their way to that magical flow of creativity.” Suzy Vitello Soule, writing instructor at LitReactor.com and author of Unkiss Me and The Moment Before

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