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Conversations with Calliope: A Year With My Muse
Joseph G. Langen
Have you ever wondered about the day to day life of a writer? Is it fun, exciting, frustrating? If you are a writer, have you thought about how other writers’ lives compared with yours. Follow a year in a writer’s life through frequent conversations with his muse about writing, marketing, publicity, inspirations and distractions. This book is available free of charge. Read a selection at http://www.slidingotter.com/conversations.html.
Ten Reasons to Read Conversations with Calliope: A Year with My Muse
1.Find out where writers get their ideas.
2.Hear what a writer does all day.
3.Listen to what writers say about being a writer.
4.I want my muse to be more helpful.
5.See how to get unstuck when you write.
6.Learn how to talk with a muse.
7.Explore what else writers need to know besides how to write.
8.Discover what keeps a writer going page after page.
9.Determine who supports a writer’s efforts.
10.Unearth the sources of writers’ inspiration.
Ten Reasons Not to Read Conversations with Calliope: A Year with My Muse
1.Who needs a muse? Writing is the writer’s responsibility.
2.I don’t care how things get written. I just want to enjoy what I read.
3.I can write a book if I want to. Maybe some day I will. I’ll do it my way.
4.There’s nothing magic about writing. It’s just hard work.
5.I don’t think I’ll ever be able to write anything good.
6.Writing’s old fashioned. Everybody watches TV these days.
7.I don’t have time to read, much less write.
8.Most writers are just crusty alcoholics.
9.Writers are like teachers. They can’t do anything useful so they just talk about it.
10.If it’s free, it can’t be worth anything.
Order a free PDF copy of Conversations with Calliope: A Year with My Muse by Joseph G. Langen from Sliding Otter Publications at http://www.slidingotter.com/order_page.html.
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