By Cathy Birch
Via guided visualization, dream-work, astrology, tarot, note organization and different "sleight of brain" innovations, this e-book takes the reader on a trip into the unconscious to assist locate the writer's voice and use it. the writer deals a few "alternatives to thinking", which she built to satisfy her personal wishes as a author and which she provides in her lectures and workshops. The booklet features a number of actions to stimulate the mind's eye.
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Visualise them in every detail. Notice their size, their shape, the way they stand or sit ... About how old are they? When you have a clear picture in your mind, try to hear the character's voice ... What sort of mood are they in? What is the first thing they might say to you? Try being your character for a while. Take on their mood ... Look down at the clothes you are wearing ... How do they feel against your skin? Who chose these clothes? Are you happy in them? Stand like the character ... walk like them ...
Awakening the Writer in You: How to Discover and Release Your Writer's Voice (How to Books : Successful Writing) by Cathy Birch