After the great success of her Operating Instructions--the chronicle of a single mother surviving the first year of her son's life--Anne Lamott now ...Show synopsisAfter the great success of her Operating Instructions--the chronicle of a single mother surviving the first year of her son's life--Anne Lamott now offers another gift of grace and humor: step-by-step pointers on how to live a writer's life. This inspirational guide will be invaluable to all would-be writers.Hide synopsis
All the information that young writers need to hear is packed into this one, short, enormously witty book! Anne Lamott delivers much-needed advice, practice, and motivation to beginning writers, bored writers, depressed writers, uninterested writers (and pretty much every other kind too!) in a way that is entertaining and much easier to understand than your average English textbook. In addition, it lives up to the second part of the title, "Some Instructions On Writing and Life" by also applying said encouragement and wisdom to life with an abundance of funny and touching examples.
My suggestion: read Traveling Mercies first, so that you can know who Anne Lamott is. But even if you don't, this is a very good book about writing. She tells you how to do it...by suggestions and of course, by EXAMPLE...her own!
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