Freeing Your Creativity: A Writer's Guide

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Writer's Digest Books, Mar 1, 1995 - Authorship - 154 pages
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When you were a child, your mind was a wild garden of creativity. But as you grew up, that joyful fountain of ideas became blocked by rules and doubts. Author Marshall Cook helps you free your creativity and take your writing to new heights. Cook teaches you how to banish old fears, habits, and excuses and free your muse from its hiding place inside you.

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I originally read this when I was a creative writing undergrad. I remembered liking it pretty well, so I picked it up again recently as I attempt to inject my fledgling writing career with a fresh ... Read full review

Contents

Making Your Writing Your Own
12
Writing for Its Own Sake
21
Do You Have What it Takes?
29
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About the author (1995)

Marshall Cook is a professor in the Division of Continuing Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is the author of nearly a dozen books, including "Effective Coaching "and "Time Management".

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