Writing from Personal Experience

Writing from Personal Experience More than just a how to reference this guide weaves an inspiring engaging read with invaluable instruction for turning personal experiences into salable prose It includes nuts and bolts writing inst

  • Title: Writing from Personal Experience
  • Author: Nancy Kelton
  • ISBN: 9781582973395
  • Page: 255
  • Format: Paperback
  • More than just a how to reference, this guide weaves an inspiring, engaging read with invaluable instruction for turning personal experiences into salable prose It includes nuts and bolts writing instruction, creative exercises, information on the hows and whys of keeping a journal, and suggestions on networking, humor, acceptance and rejection.

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    469 thoughts on “Writing from Personal Experience”

    1. I took a writing workshop with this author on this subject matter, and ironically, it was during the most difficult period of my life (unforeseen and unexpected loss of a loved one). I didn't plan it this way (I had signed up for the class long before the tragedy), but I decided to show up anyway -- it was absolutely an incredible experience for me. I was able to get a lot of emotion down on paper. The overall tone of this book is very conversational, which is perfect for the subject; you immedi [...]


    2. Read because I'm teaching a journalism/ creative non-fiction class to teens. There were some good exercises and ideas in this book, but a lot of them were applicable to beginning adult writers (not me) and a lot of the exercises would work a lot better for older people.Still, it might be worthwhile for a beginning adult writer, and I did take some notes from it.


    3. Another great reference book for first-time authors. It's full of tips for creative inspiration but mainly focusses on developing the art, craft and habits of writers. The author is an experience workshop giver and this book is a compliation of all she's learnt from dealing with students of the craft. I found some useful tips on character development.


    4. Great advice and exercises for beginning writers or those just diving into personal essays. Even though I'm not just starting out, I still found a lot of good ideas and inspiration. A worthwhile read for anyone looking to get serious about personal essays.



    5. I found this book very helpful especially to a beginner writer. This book provides exercises and assignments and is very helpful to a writer's career.



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