Saturday, February 23, 2008

Free e-book for all the writers out there

The Lonely Writer by Geoffrey Hineman might be the best e-book I've ever read with a reference to Theo from The Cosby Show. A sample of what's inside:

We humans, by nature, are a social lot. Being alone, and projecting the discomforts of that loneliness can get in the way of productive writing. For instance, how many times have you found yourself looking forward to some uninterrupted alone time as the perfect opportunity to get some writing done. Then, when the time came, you squandered it? And how many times was it spent doing things that weren't as important or fulfilling to you as your writing is?

If this sounds like you, then please keep reading. This book is for you.

In the following pages, I will be sharing with you ways to capture (or in some cases recapture) the ability to embrace this lonely act of writing and tap your own innate, and very distinct, sense of creativity.
Hat tip: Copyblogger


Geoff said...

Thanks so much for spreading the word. I'm really glad you liked it.

Geoff said...

Oh, and if you like the book, you may like the blog from which it sprang: Tapping Creativity. Thanks again.

ScLoHo (Scott Howard) said...

Hmmm, I seem to have the opposite occur in my life. I can get too caught up in writing, that I then need to focus on other areas of my life and work.

Perhaps it's all related. Thanks for the tip on the book and blog