Naked, Drunk and Writing, what more could you ask for.......
Adair Lara does not necessarily give ground-breaking new advice about writing, what she does so successfully is give the advice in a way you want to take it.
The book is both enjoyable to read and loaded with good, useful, tactical writing information.
This book stands out among the many how-to-write-a-memoir books I have on my shelves. The tips are clear, concise and not at all condescending. Read morePublished 2 days ago by H. House
I highly recommend this book it is very insightful and an easy read. There were very clear guidelines that were easy to understand.Published 29 days ago by Aubrey
Adair is the most audacious outspoken teacher of writing memoir! She has turned my writing world upside down, and given great advice! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Christee
The best book on writing I've ever read! Most books on writing are a waste of time - long on preaching, short on information about what really works. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jean Reynolds
What I love about this book is the conversational tone. It makes it an easy read, entertaining and motivating! And who can resist a book with this title???Published 6 months ago by RN2012
A member of my writing group lent me this book not knowing I have an aversion to being told how to write. Read morePublished 8 months ago by ShaunSanders
Considering the unusual title, clearly a marketing ploy, I found myself surprised at the quality of the book. I liked it.Published 9 months ago by Pashtun