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Here is compassionate, practical, and often humorous advice about how to find time to write, how to discover your personal style, how to make sentences come alive, and how to overcome procrastination and writer's block -- including more than thirty provocative "Try this" exercises to get your pen moving.
And here also is a larger vision of the writer's task: balancing daily responsibilities with a commitment to writing; knowing when to take risks as a writer and a human being; coming to terms with success and failure and loss; and learning self-acceptance -- both in life and art.
Wild Mind will change your way of writing. It may also change your life.
She makes you think that anyone can be a writer and that maybe everyone should.
Natalie shares some great tips about fitting a writing discipline into a daily routine, incorporating humor in writing, and beating writer's block.
WILD MIND is about practicing the art of writing and about the life of one writer, Natalie Goldberg.
Yes. for every writer, for every person. Spirituality, love, life, this book carried me for days I loved it. :)Published 8 hours ago by AJ
Excellent book! Very helpful if you allow your mind to open up. Helpful writing tips. Recommended to anyone with an interest in creative writing.Published 27 days ago by Danielle Carney
It was worth the effort to try the exercises.
While I enjoyed the book, it is similar to her firsy one.
A look inside of Natalie Goldberg's life while she was writing some terrific books on writing. Great as I expected, for she is a marvelous writer. Read morePublished 4 months ago by June M. Fisher
I rated it extraordinary because I related completely with Natalie's words. Trusting your own mind. I've also gone to many writing workshops listening to others not trusting my own... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ruth Liukkonen
An awesome book for writers. This book should be added to all writer's reading list. I have read several of her books. Great inspiration for all writer's.Published 5 months ago by aaliyah hubbard
I love Natalie Goldberg's creative mind. She was the spark that started our writing group, and she continues to inspire us.Published 5 months ago by Valerie G. Winans
Recommended by a young girl who assured me that wanting to write wasn't enough. I needed encouragement and this is the perfect start.Published 6 months ago by Phillippa Warfield