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The Creative Writer's Workshop

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Many of us wrote stories as a child, and those were perhaps the happiest of our writing days. We wrote with an enthusiasm and exuberance which we find difficult to recapture now 

The object of Cathy Birch’s book, now in its fifth edition, is to help us rediscover that natural creative outpouring we were able to release as children but to harness it in such a way that it can achieve its greatest impact.

Here is a book that doesn’t set down any rules, but it does suggest exercises, approaches and attitudes to help you find a spontaneity in your writing style and to maintain that level of enthusiasm that you enjoyed as a youngster. The difference now is that you can learn ways of unlocking your subconscious in ways that can drive your writing forward and can help you plot, develop pace and tension, create atmosphere and mood on the page, and much more.

This is the way to unlock your real writing voice.

 

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