Coffee Break Journal for Fiction Writers
Writers have been talking to themselves within the pages of their journals for years. Whether you are dialoguing with a character, describing an inner landscape, or free-writing your way to a daily word count bonanza, journals can be a writer's best friend to capture and hold those moments.
About the Book
Writers and journaling are anything but an unlikely pairing. If you want to achieve some clarity, there’s nothing better than to put a pen to the page —or, today, fingers to the keyboard. For many writers, their journals have become the primary vehicle for self-expression and creativity.
I would recommend this for all fiction writers. It’s a great help.~ E. Galit.
- Getting Started
- Journal prompts
- Favorite quotes on writing
- Pages to capture your favorite quotes
- Reflection pages
- Personal index page
- Blank, lined journal pages
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