Excellent book on dealing with writers block. I've been dealing with this for about a year and this gave me great help. --Heather Nestorick on NetGallery
This book is so useful in sparking creativity in a writer's mind! --Atlanta Boggs on NetGallery
Although I didn't read the book completely, I was encouraged so much by the first 2 chapters. Something that stood out to me is: when you have writers block write. Simple statement but very true. Thanks for writing this book. --Beverly Washington, NetGallery
About the Author
Lucy Adkins grew up in rural Nebraska, attended country schools, the University of Nebraska and received her degree from Auburn University in Alabama. Her poetry has been published in various journals and magazines which include Rhino, Red Wheelbarrow, Northeast, South Dakota Review, Concho River Review, and several anthologies including Times of Sorrow/Times of Grace, Women Write Resistance,Crazy Woman Creek, and the Poets Against the War anthology. Her chapbook, One Life Shining: Addie Finch, Farmwife, was published in 2007 by Pudding House Press, and her non-fiction book, Writing in Community: Say Goodbye to Writer's Block and Transform Your Life, co-written with Becky Breed, was published by WriteLife in 2013. She also co-writes a blog of encouragement and inspiration for writers which can be found at www.writeincommunity.com.