How writers journey to comfort and fluency: a psychological adventure

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Praeger, Aug 30, 1994 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 251 pages
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This book, by a psychologist with two decades of investment in writers, depicts his programs for instilling patience, pacing, constancy, and resilience in writing. He shows how writers proceed to comfort and fluency by detailing strategies, rules, and turning points for a diversity of writers--professional, professorial, and otherwise. The result is a thorough-going discussion of what helps writers and a review of the broad literature that program participants found most helpful.

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Incredibly helpful during this past summer of stacked deadlines, both professional and personal. Well worth the time it took to track it down via ILL. Read full review

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ROBERT BOICE is Professor of Psychology at the State University of New York at Stony Brook.

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