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Where Do You Get Your Ideas?: A Writer's Guide to Transforming Notions Into Narratives (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 11. Mai 2012


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Fred White is a professor of English at Santa Clara University, where he has been teaching courses in composition and literature since 1980. He is the author of The Daily Writer: 366 Meditations to Cultivate a Productive and Meaningful Writing Life, and The Daily Reader: 366 Selections of Great Prose and Poetry to Stimulate Great Writing, among others. He also has written scores of critical articles, essays, and fiction pieces over his distinguished career.

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Absolutely will get your creative juices going! 2. Februar 2013
Von Cynthia E. Downes - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If you're looking for a resource that will help you think creatively, look no further! This is my all-time favorite, so far. I've only had it a week, and it's already marked up with highlighting and notes; and I've got several new, workable ideas for new projects.

Where Do You Get Your Ideas? takes you step by step through the creative process beginning with where to look for ideas and how to recognize them to developing your story, drafting and editing. I especially love the scrapbooking idea, one which I had not heard of in relation to idea creation, as well as the many ideas he offered relating to brainstorming on paper. The author also provides an example of how to effectively organize a writer's notebook (different from a scrapbook), which I found very helpful.

What I most liked about the book is that the author starts you with an overview of all the steps, then goes into more detail in later chapters. This enabled me to think through each step to the end as I was learning. I knew where I was going and discovering new ways of getting there.

Finally, the author includes writing activities that were actually helpful and fun to do. So many of these books have writer's activities, but I never really want to do them. This one is different. So much so, that I am using quite a few of these in my high school creative writing class.

If you're an established writer, perhaps much of this book is old news; however, you may enjoy the activities and the ideas on the writer's notebook and scrapbook. If you're a new writer or, like me, one who has written mostly in the nonfiction genre, this book will help take you into the imaginary world of fiction. It has also helped me generate ideas for new nonfiction projects.
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very motivational 16. Januar 2013
Von caitie - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If you need that little extra KICK to get you going then this is THE book to get......wonderfully written and just enough to get you thinking and inspired without getting too 'textbook'. REALLY ENJOYED IT!!!! Got me thinking of writing in new ways.....
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A good way to get unstuck 14. August 2013
Von Melanie Wardlow - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book has exercises and quotes which are helpful for different reasons. If you don't want to do an exercise you can write the inspirational quotes down in your journal.
Your next Story is Right There 8. August 2014
Von Angela Jenkins - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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'Where Do You Get Your Ideas?' is a very good little book. While it has some ideas I've read before, it has a new twist on them. In addition, there are many new ideas. Thank goodness! After you write for many years, sometimes you find yourself stuck for a whole new slant on an old idea. This book helps you out of that rut. You can read it from beginning to end, or in parts. The ideas are there and can be used for any genre. After a few minutes of reading, take notes. Your next story is right there.
one word 18. Juni 2014
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If I had to summarize this book in just one word I would say "brainstorm". There's not really much more to it.
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