Don’t know where to start?
Suffering from writer’s block?
Short of ideas?
Many of us get stuck when faced with the blank page.
But what if you didn’t ever have to face that blank page again?
Creative writing exercises can eliminate those blocks and get your creative juices flowing immediately.
As a writer, I firmly believe in the power of creative writing exercises.
Why? Because this is how I started myself – using random words and phrases to stimulate ideas and get me past that intimidating blank page.
The Power of Exercise
Later I worked with creative writing students of all ages and background and began to devise, develop and tweak my exercises.
From their response, I was able to judge which exercises worked best and I added to my collection over the years.
My book, Practical Creative Writing Exercises is the result and I am so happy to be able to say many writers have used the book to great success and I am sure you will too.
The exercises don’t just trigger ideas but are specifically designed to be visual.
Visual exercises help you overcome your mental editor.
BEAT YOUR MENTAL EDITOR
Each of us has our own mental editor. The mental editor is frequently triggered when you start something new and creative.
It usually takes the form of a critical voice, plaguing you with nagging doubts about your own ability – the last thing you need when you want to focus on writing a story.
Ultimately, your mental editor can stop you writing. It used to happen to me before I discovered how to switch it off with writing exercises.
Use the exercises in the book and you’ll soon forget you ever had a mental editor.
One of the joys of writing is being in flow. Flow is when you are so focused in on your story that the real world disappears. Time flies, you enjoy your work and the words mount up.
Believe me being in flow is one of the most wonderful creative experiences you can ever have and you can experience this too.
My practical creative writing exercises are visual and beautiful. They are not just one word prompts they are descriptive and carefully designed to help you see the images and ideas in your mind.
Further questions then help you see your story, rather like a movie running through your head as you write.
Buy Practical Creative Writing Exercises now and find that story you always wanted to write.