|Title:||Idea Catcher: An Inspiring Journal for Writers|
|Format:||mobi lrf txt azw|
|ePUB size:||1662 kb|
|FB2 size:||1565 kb|
|DJVU size:||1938 kb|
|Category:||Writing Research and Publishing Guides|
|Publisher:||Story Press (July 15, 1995)|
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Writers will find something on every page of this spirited journal to stimulate their senses, spark their imaginations and open their eyes to the creative possibilities in their everyday world. They'll learn to use the rich, surprising sources of inspiration through writing "prompts" and are inspired by short anecdotes about how authors "caught" ideas and insightful quotes Writers will find something on every page of this spirited journal to stimulate their senses, spark their imaginations and open their eyes to the creative possibilities in their everyday world.
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Cincinnati, OH. Story Press, (c)1995. Physical Description: 1 v. (unpaged) ;, 24 cm. General Note: Each page has an imaginative exercise or quotation to stimulate the writer's creativity, with blank space for the user to complete the exercise. Corporate Name: Story Press. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.
Story Press, April 1998. Trade Paperback, 160 pages. Idea Catcher is a journal that provides imaginative exercises for writers. Each page contains a brief exercise idea for the writer and then a full page for the writer to complete the exercise. Exercises are created to inspire the writer to write. Examples include: "Think of a person who seems to fit his or her name perfectly. An inspiring journal with plenty of exercises to keep the beginning writer busy writing, Idea Catcher is a great tool for breaking writers block or for coming up with an idea for a future story or novel.
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4: Find story ideas in old journal entries. Keeping a journal is an essential exercise for writers. Besides helping you to process and understand your own thoughts and impressions, it helps you recollect the small anecdotes and interesting tidbits you hear throughout the day, many of which could be the germs of novel ideas. Famous authors who’ve kept journals of their daily lives include Anais Nin, Virginia Woolf, Ernest Hemingway and many others. Said Woolf of journaling and creative writing: . he advantage of the method is that it sweeps up accidentally several stray matters which I should. Finding an inspiring story premise: 6 sources. World building: Writing the natural environment. Romance story ideas: 5 tips for affecting arcs.