This post is part of the blog tour organised by Reading Between the Lines.
It’s a post I’m pleased to have been invited to write, and one that I now tackle with enthusiasm and, well… embarrassment, but only a little.
The blog tour is for the book Creativity Matters: Find your Passion for Writing, which is compiled by Wendy H. Jones.
Have you always thought about writing a book but don’t know where to start? Are you an experienced author and want to spread your wings? Are you looking for inspiration for every step in your writing journey? This is a book for everyone who wants to write, whether history or contemporary, science fiction or humour, local fiction or set in a made-up world, fiction, non-fiction, memoir, there’s something here for you. Join thirteen authors as they share their passion for why you should write in their genre and find your own passion as you read.
It’s time for you to spread your wings, follow your dreams and find your passion for writing.
Here begins the embarrassing part.
You see, when I was asked to take part, I was away, hiking in the Bernese Oberland and other parts of Switzerland. I know, I haven’t blogged about that yet, but I plan to. I digress.
Since returning home, my time hasn’t been my own. I’ve had to attend to family matters and in particular to culinary matters, and the result is that I didn’t spend much time on creative matters and I
Didn’t finish reading the book.
However, I did warn the organiser in advance, and I’ve read enough of the book to have something to say about it, which is this:
I love it and am looking forward to reading the rest. All the participating authors are clearly passionate about writing in their particuar genres, and their enthusiasm is catching. Each one answers the question ‘why write?’ rather than ‘how to write?’ and yet the ‘how to’ question is answered in a ‘show don’t tell’ sort of way – by example.
The chapter on writing drama particularly appealed to me because it was written as a drama. I’ve never even considered writing drama before, but this might even get me started. All I need is time!
If you have time and want to write in any genre or to switch genres, this book will spur you on.
Amazon buy link for Creativity Matters
Amazon Author Page
2 replies on “Creativity Matters”
Hi, Miriam. Really interested to find your review of this book to which some of my writing friends have contributed. Lucky you, being able to go to Switzerland.
Hi Sue. It’s a small world. I need to blog about Switzerland.