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The Write-Brain Workbook: 366 Exercises to Liberate Your Writing Workbook Edition
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I like the fact that these are short exercises. And I also like writing in the book with a pen in a comfortable spot, instead of my fingers frantically flying across the keyboard. The exercises are definitely carrying over into my work as I think of new ways to write about ordinary topics.
As a bonus, the pages are beautifully designed. A really unique book!
Her encouragements may be helpful to others, but I personally would not be helped by standing in my shower and yelling "I am a writer!" at the top of my lungs. I'll admit, at least part of my irritation is that the writer of this book is entirely too sunshiney for my taste. A positive attitude is a good thing, but I think she went overboard on the "self-love".
This book was not my idea of helpful. Not at all. Go for the 3 AM Epiphany if you're having trouble finding ideas.
The entire book won't appeal to everyone (I don't know many that do), but it is a great book to get your brain thinking in different ways. And even if you don't like the exerices that are packed into this thick book you still can use the 'story starters' that are presented on almost every page.
It's a little pricey at $20, but all in all it's a good thought provoker.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As an author, I have to say this book has been extremely helpful to me. I'm trying to get back into the habit of writing every day, and when I get stuck on something I just flip to... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Heather
This book is great to get the ink flowing. Yes, they're silly writing exercises, but when used as a catalyst they can be really helpful, and it's always fun anyway.Published 10 months ago by Danger Kallisti
I teach 4th grade writing. This would work better for older kids.Published 12 months ago by Chere Tone
So many different kind of exercises to really help any kind of writer get their creative juices flowing! Read morePublished 12 months ago by Christina de Vries
When your stuck or just need to pound the keys, as a writer, it provides very nice motivation, idea exercise, keeps one writing when the main project has grown into a weighted... Read morePublished 19 months ago by G.W. Mozley
A great series of writing exercises to help you learn to write increasingly, skillfully. Educational and enjoyable too.Published 23 months ago by debbie johnson