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A sourcebook for releasing your creativity and finding your true writer's voice

By Cathy Birch
ISBN 9781845283063
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196 Pages
6.0 X 9.25


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'Full of good ideas and exercises to help you develop characters and plot.' 'Good for tutors and students alike...I bought the book myself and use it frequently.' This title is new updated edition with new title of this practical and inspirational workbook for creative writers. It is packed with tried and tested exercises and devices to trigger and develop creativity such as visualization, word webs, flow charts, dream-work. REVIEWS: "'There is a solid practical base to this give Cathy's methods a try - you will surprise yourself.' Writer's Bulletin 'Your true writer's voice is unlikely to inhabit the realms of logic...this book takes you on a journey into the subconscious to help you find that voice and use it. The results can be both amazing and satisfying.' Writers' Own" AUTHOR BIOG: Cathy Birch is a writer, lecturer, and Jungian psychotherapist. Her impressive writing credits range from comedy material for Bob Hope, Dave Allen and The Two Ronnies to language skills textbooks, poetry, articles and short stories. She is based in Okehampton, Devon, UK. CONTENTS: 1. Writing as a way of life 2. Tuning in 3. Discovering the plot 4. Developing atmosphere, pace, mood 5. Working with beginnings and endings 6. Surprising yourself 7. Working with your dreams 8. Recycling 9. Crafting 10. Editing.