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Took my breath away. Nothing phoned in here. Herring writes, "Witness your stories. Don't direct them. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gina Greenlee
Love this book! Love this author. Raw and inspiring!
Author of, Fatherlessness...The Wound!
A go-to book for centering the thought process, preparing the body to write. I learn more with each reading.Published 8 months ago by Diana R.
I love this book. I have loaned it to another writer who is stuck but may not get it back. She will forget she has it though I won't.Published 9 months ago by Louise M. Bradbury
I'm not even sure how this book ended up in my shelf but I'm glad it did. It's amazing. I love the connection between writing and yoga.Published 14 months ago by Buttercup
Loved the info in this book. Fresh ideas and insights about writing presented in new ways I thought. Recommending it to my writer friends and a writer's group at our center.Published 19 months ago by a viewer
The greatest tool for creative writing is self-reflection, and this book aids the writer in re-connecting with their higher power so to speak. Read morePublished 23 months ago by No Gurus Here
Highly Recommended. It really gets into what can make you a real writer.
It asks that you find out who you are.
This woman can't write to save her life. As a writer, I'm always looking to expand and grow. Laraine's punctuation and grammar are deplorable, a distraction to say the least. Read morePublished on October 15, 2012 by Chandidevi