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Laraine Herring has succeeded in writing a book for every writer's bedside table.
Laraine Herring was my student at Antioch University, and now I'm recommending this book to my current students- it's a wonderful guide for all writers.
Herring is a gentle and wise guide through the process of opening your mind and heart to the world and your work with wonder and awe.
A go-to book for centering the thought process, preparing the body to write. I learn more with each reading.Published 2 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 3 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 8 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 12 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 16 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 Jody Hoelle
This has been the most difficult book I've ever experienced - like watching a car crash and not being able to look away. Read morePublished on January 25, 2011 by Kat Kiddles
This book really does offer something quite different in its conception and approach to writing than the thousands of other books on "writing" (many of which are simply 'clones' of... Read morePublished on May 23, 2009 by QE