“This book is nothing but tips – ideas disguised as tips, really. And we writers just love ideas. Ideas are our lifeblood – the engine beneath our creativity. And the scope of these tips are…well, formidable.”
Peter Bowerman, The WellFed Writer
365 Tips for Writers: Inspiration, Writing Prompts, and “Beat the Block Tips” to Turbo Charge Your Creativity
by Dawn Colclasure
With over 365 tips (journal writers… that’s more than one per day for a whole year) Dawn Colclasure has created a truly unique book that will surely become an essential addition to your creative library. Completely revised and expanded to well over 450 pages of pure, unadulterated, no nonsense knowledge, 365 Tips for Writers is packed with inspiration, marketing tips, and hard core freelancing information.
Brimming with writing prompts, “Beat the Block” tips, essential freelancing forms, as well as character building worksheets, this hefty tome will revolutionize the way you approach the craft of writing.
Colclasure has created what may well become the book you’ll turn to whenever you need ideas, encouragement, and a sense that you’re not alone in this crazy profession called “writing.”
Note: To sweeten the deal, Colclasure has also included a download link for nearly 100 more bonus tips, tricks, and techniques as her gift to you.
About the Author:
Dawn Colclasure has been writing for several years in magazines, newspapers and books. Her work has appeared on the Internet under the pen name Dana Mitchells for Web sites such as Writing Etc., Write From Home, Worldwide Freelance Writer, Absolute Write, Writing World and The Writer Within, among others. She is also is a frequent book reviewer for Crescent Blues E’Magazine as well as a contributor for the newspaper SIGNews. She is the author of the novel, November’s Child, as well as two poetry chapbooks, Take My Hand and Topiary Dreams. She has worked as a Poetry Editor for Skyline E-Magazine and her work has appeared in magazines such as Mothering, Succeed, American Fitness and Mindful Insights. She lives and writes in California, with her husband and daughter.