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Writing Your Way

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'Writing Your Way' shows readers how to create their own unique writing process. The book takes readers through the five stages of the creative process: idea, gather, organize, draft, and revise. And shows writers many ways to do all five stages, thereby allowing them to customise their own writing process and get their ideas down on paper.

Readers choose and design their own collection of techniques suited to them, as they learn how to keep fine-tuning their process to match their writing needs. In addition, writers also learn how to write in their own voice - a key aspect to compelling fiction, yet one that's difficult to explain and teach to others.

 

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