Seven Steps on the Writer's Path

Seven Steps on the Writer's Path

The Journey From Frustration to Fulfillment

Book - 2004 | First edition
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Random House, Inc.
The blank page, the impossible deadline, the rush of inspiration: There is no profession more maddening or more rewarding than being a writer. Yet surprisingly, all writers pass through the same sequence of stages in the course of their careers. It was this remarkable insight that inspired veteran authors Nancy Pickard and Lynn Lott to write one of the wisest and liveliest guides to the literary life ever penned— a volume of astonishing revelation, warm reassurance, brilliant encouragement, and welcome humor. No matter what you write or how much recognition you’ve received, you are bound to pass through the seven steps on the writer’s path: Unhappiness, Wanting, Commitment, Wavering, Letting Go, Immersion, and Fulfillment.

Whether you’re a wannabe writer or a published literary veteran, you’re bound to find this book a source of true delight, vital wisdom, and lasting inspiration.

Baker & Taylor
In an inspirational handbook, two successful authors outline an easy-to-follow path to creative success, following the seven stages in the writing path--Unhappiness, Wanting, Commitment, Wavering, Letting Go, Immersion, and Fulfillment. Reprint.

Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 2004
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780345451101
0345451104
Branch Call Number: 808.02 Lott 2004
Characteristics: xiv, 241 pages ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Pickard, Nancy

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