Donat let the daily grind drain your creative energy! You can work full time and still have a productive writing life. Many writers waste time waiting for the day they can finally quit their day jobs and live the so-called writing dream. Donat wait. You can do both a and your writing will be the better for it. Balancing a full-time job and a productive writing life is no easy feat! This book offers writers advice, skill-building techniques, prompts, and exercises in every chapter, and strategies on how to get and keep writing while also working the 9 to 5 grind. Readers will discover tips and exercises for: Setting and protecting personal writing goals Creating a schedule that complements their stamina Getting creative before and after work - and on their lunch hour Finding inspiration in the most unlikely of spots and at the most impromptu of times Writing proficiently in multiple forms (long and short) so that they don't get bogged down writing one long project Becoming an active participant in writing communities so they have a solid support system at the ready Figuring out how (if at all) to share their writing life with co-workers, friends, and family members Youall also get quick, practical tutorials to help you master scenes, point of view, characters, settings, dialogue, and more. Writer With a Day Job gives you the strategies and motivation you need to work 40 hours a week (or more!) and achieve writing success.Inspiration aamp; Exercises to Help You Craft a Writing Life Alongside Your Career Aine Greaney. ing multiple trips to two different sets of ... In her 2007 Newsweek magazine essay, aWrite for your Lifea best-selling author Anna Quindlen commented on the movie, Freedom Writers, which Quindlen describes as being about athe power of writing in the lives of or- dinary people.a In Freedom Writers, a young, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Writer with a Day Job|
|Publisher||:||Writer's Digest Books - 2011-05-09|