Write Is a Verb: Sit Down & Start Writing. No Excuses. by Bill O'Hanlon, William Hudson O'Hanlon
Do You Need a Kick in the Pants?
&break;&break;You've heard all the rules to get yourself to writework on a schedule, write in a particular place, always write a certain number of words, and so on ... all rules based on things that have worked for other writers.
&break;&break;But what works for you? What will get your book written?
&break;&break;Psychotherapist and writing coach Bill O'Hanlon provides no rulesjust principles and methods that you can personalize to your own style and preferences. You'll learn that you don't have to be a natural writer or a good writer to write; you just have to writeand find out what uniquely motivates you to write.
&break;&break;By combining his experience as a therapist and his own prolific career as an author, Bill shows you how to manage overwhelming projects, while finding the passion to finish what you start. Plus, a DVD featuring an hour-long workshop showcases the best bits of Bill's weeklong bootcamp for writers, so you can fully experience the charisma behind the principles.
&break;&break;It's the literary equivalent of Prozac, cattle prods, M&Ms, and whatever else you need to get moving, get writing, and get it done.
Bill O'Hanlon is the author or co-author of 23 books and 54 professional articles. He has appeared on The Today Show, Oprah (as only and featured expert for the hour), Canada AM, and many other radio and TV shows. As the author of more than 20 books, he is frequently heard to say, "Stop me before I write again!" and occasionally awakens in the middle of the night, exclaiming in frustration, "I'm having another book!"