Writing Down the Bones book
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  • This is not simply a workbook in how to write character or place, although it does include that

    • by story3girl
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      Writing Down the Bones by Natalie Goldberg is essential reading for any would-be writers. It offers both comfort and advice for writers just beginning on the path and for those who have been writing for many years.

      The book offers practical


      advice on everything from how to get started to how to write in restaurants, as well as reassurances that it’s okay to write a terrible poem or to decide not to write for a week.

      Imbued with Goldberg’s Buddhist spirituality, this ...


      • book likens writing to meditative practice, recognizing the sacred status that writing has in many writer’s lives.

        This is not simply a workbook in how to write character or place, although it does include that.

        It is not merely a list

        of topics for inspiration, although there is one of those as well.

        At its core this is a book on how to “free the writer within” as Natalie suggests, and how to truly become a writer.

        This book genuinely changed my life.




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