Sun Signs for Writers blends the subjects of writing and astrology in an unusual way that intrigues, motivates, and inspires readers not only to know themselves better in an astrological way, but as creative persons as well.
Writers learn the general characteristics they possess based on the inclinations of their zodiacal sun sign. This information touches on areas of their sun sign that may make them stronger writers as well as cautioning them about sun sign traits that may hinder their progress. End-of-chapter writing exercises will urge each writer-sign type to stretch personal boundaries, break writer’s block, and hone their innate talents/abilities.
Finally, writers will discover a new tool for developing characters based on each sun sign's physical/mental/emotional makeup. There are many techniques for mastering characterization found in countless books on writing, but this book provides a unique and creative way of building characters using the zodiac to develop the perfect character to suit your story needs.
Sun Signs for Writers will help you connect with your inner writer in ways you've never imagined before!
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Paperback: 176 pages
Publisher: Writer's Digest Books (2006)
Publisher's price: $12.99
Ebook: 176 pages (Revised/updated edition)
Publisher: )0( Triple Crow Publishing )0( (2011)
Publisher's price: $1.99
What reviewers are saying!
++ Midwest Book Review calls Sun Signs for Writers "A unique, revealing guide"
++ C. Hope Clark, author and editor of Funds for Writers says:
"Bev Walton-Porter has created a genuinely fun book in Sun Signs for Writers. I read it in one sitting, a rarity in my busy and hectic world."
++ Author Barbara Ardinger, Ph.D. says: "Sun Signs for Writers is one of the most helpful books you'll ever find. Buy it, read it, and set it on your shelf beside The Elements of Style, The Transitive Vampire, and the Chicago Manual of Style."
++ Ginnie Bivona, Director of Atriad Press notes: "...this is more than just another astrology book; I intend to suggest this book to every aspiring writer I come in contact with, it's got more useful suggestions, and concise information about how to make it in this industry than I have read anywhere else in a very long time. It's inspiring and informative, and personally I think it belongs on the shelf of every writer. It's that good."