Creative Wisdom for Writers
Allen & Unwin, April, 2001.
Paperback, 255 pages.
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Whether you are writing a corporate newsletter or working on your novel, sometimes the words just don't flow as easily as they should. And sometimes it feels too much like a job. Here is a little book that can help you get your creative thoughts flowing again. The book provides pithy advice and quotes for writers from famous artists, authors and persons. For example, Robert McKee said, "For writers who can tell a quality story it is a seller's market. Always has been, always will." Ernest Hemmingway said, "We are all apprentices in a craft where no one ever becomes a master." And Elmore Leonard said, "The difference between me and a master is I cut out the boring bits." Creative Wisdom for Writers is a fun book to flip through that can also help you start writing again when the inspiration is not there. It would also make a great gift for fellow writers.
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