The scribbling cure
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The scribbling cure poems & prose poems by Robert Bonazzi

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Published by Pecan Grove Press in San Antonio, Tex .
Written in English

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Statementby Robert Bonazzi
LC ClassificationsPS3552.O593 S37 2012
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25276497M
ISBN 109781937302047
LC Control Number2012012772

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Womanhood is a call. (Elisabeth Elliot) and sometimes I wonder if, when I’m an old woman, I’ll look back on a lifetime of scribbling! I’ve been a dreamer of dreams and a teller of stories for longer than I can remember – and, for almost as long, a scribbler with pen and pencil.   It should be noted though that some of the techniques are out of date (or even harmful such as using mercury based salves) as the book was written in This doesn't diminish the overall value of reading this book, but it is something to note for 5/5(2).   Scribble, scribble scribble! Eh, Mr. Gibbon? As a now former and once long-time member of the Society of Professional Journalists, I was taught — indeed, had it drummed into me — that the best prose style was invisible, that it disappeared like window glass, letting the matter and substance of what was being written be transmitted from one mind to the other effortlessly, almost.   The book is called The Cure for Writer’s Block by Andrew Mayne. As soon as I saw the title, I knew that I needed to read it as this was the reason for starting the blog. The first book I read by Andrew Mayne was The Naturalist. As soon as the book was finished I knew I needed to read more from the same author. I was hooked.

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