And I'm delighted to say that it has been one of the best books I've read on writing in the past few years.
Through practical tips and practice exercises writers will soon get their creative juices flowing and find ways to get their works of fiction or non-fiction published.
I read somewhere that we are always afraid to start something that we want to make very good, true, and serious.
There are many, many well written books on writing by writers (Anne Lamont - Bird by Bird, Stephen King, - the list goes on and on,) why waste time or money on a book written by a... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Judy Cabito
I tried to read it from beginning to end. Got lost in there. Would like to have had the author give out more ideas instead of so much opinion.
Sometimes short 10 -15 bursts of writing is what a writer needs to stay motivated. This books teaches writers how to discipline themselves to write and seize time before time slips... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Don't know if I will get to finish this one as I am in the second draft of my novel set in medieval Spain.Published 9 months ago by M. O. McManis
Described as a busy woman's guide to igniting the writer within.
This is the perfect book for individuals who want to start writing but never seem to find the time. Read more
Great book, good ideas, makes you want to pick up your pen and get busy. So many ideas, so little time.Published 20 months ago by E. LeMay
In Pen On Fire, Barbara DeMarco-Barrett sets out to overcome every objection to fitting a writer's life into a regular life. Read morePublished on July 5, 2012 by LoriVan
A life changing gift
I gave this book to a writer friend as a gift, and it has been her constant companion ever since. Read more
I gave this book to my sister for Christmas. It had been on her Amazon wish list. She made a point to call me a few days later and tell me how happy she was with the book. Read morePublished on January 3, 2012 by Karen Clericuzio