Not everyone can write every day at 5am, and that’s totally okay. One-size-fits-all writing advice doesn’t work for anyone.
In Discover Your Writing Self, you’ll find 31 lessons to help you think through who YOU are as writer. Through shorts essays and questions, you will explore everything from the fears you have as a writer and your reasons for writing to the best times of the day and year and the ideal environment for your writing practice.
In these pages, you’ll find no “shoulds” and no shame. Instead, Andi will walk you through honest queries and encouragement designed to help YOU be the best writer YOU can be at this time in your life.
If you feel overwhelmed or confused by all the writing advice out there, this book will help you sort through it in a way that is authentic and genuine for you.
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About the Author
I'm a writer, editor, and writing teacher who lives and works with her husband on their 15 acres in the fields of Central Virginia - God's Whisper Farm. We have four dogs - Mosey and Meander, our hounds, and Bella and Boone, our Great Pyrenees. We also have 5 cats, 6 goats, and 11 chickens here on this place that we are crafting into a retreat for writers, musicians, and other folks who need rest. You can read my blog if you'd like - http://www.andilit.com. Most days I manage to get something mostly coherent up there.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is a book for the writer in you who needs real talk, real writing advice, real ideas you can use to help you keep going in your writing endeavors. You'll enjoy reading and applying the writing practices in Andi's new book Discover Your Writing Self. You'll be pleasantly surprised. And this book will help you remember who you are as a writer and what you can do as a writer. This one's good for your writer soul. I received a copy of the book in exchange this review and it was well worth reading! Happy writing!!
I've been struggling with my writing process for a while, and Andi showed me why. I've been trying to do what other people do in their writing lives, and it simply doesn't work for me. I need routines, rituals, and relationships to maintain my practice. I spend most of my days with none of these and hope that the words just come from somewhere. I get it now. I need structure. So much of Andi's writing on writing feels like it was meant just for me. But apparently I'm not the only one. If you're reading this review, you probably need it too.