Many of us feel incredibly stressed. Yet there is strength and power in writing things down each day. A writing prompt is a short bit of text that gets your creative juices going, helping you write. This new book offers 186 short writing exercises for documenting the emotions and experiences of this current upside down era. The book's writing process sparks reflection, learning and relief and is presented in an accessible paperback brimming with empowering ideas for fresh writing. Finish a story, poem or piece you've started or free-write your way to something new. Prompt categories include: Reality CheckImagineAll the FeelsFeed MeFans of Start Where You Are: A Journal for Self-Exploration and Zen as F*ck Journals will love this book, and it is perfect for: *Recording thoughts, ideas, emotions and memories*Documenting your coronavirus experience*Relieving stress and anxiety*All skill levels, no previous writing experience needed The author used writing prompts and journaling for her own writing projects when she was sick with the most aggressive form of breast cancer in 2013. She collaborated with Anthony Bourdain on No Reservations and contributed to the best-selling 642 Things and Lit Starts writing books. Mary Roach, author of the books Grunt, Stiff, Spook and Bonk said, I love this book about The Wig Diaries, which is Mary Ladd's 2019 irreverent cancer book featuring illustrations from Bad Reporter creator Don Asmussen. Mary's writing has appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, Playboy, and Time Magazine and plans dance parties for her Bay Area Young Survivors and Mets in the City cancer community.
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