It’s true, every writer needs a little inspiration every now and then, and some of us need a lot of inspiration all of the time.
But sometimes inspiration can be just as hard to come by as words are to write.
I’ve got good news for you, thanks to Dana Sitar it doesn’t have to be that way.
Dana has written an exceptional, down to earth, helpful book “A Writer’s Bucket List” for all writers who could use some inspiration, motivation and encouragement to do what they love to do, which is: write.
Whenever you need a little go-go juice, open Dana’s book and you’ll find 99 things to do for inspiration, education, and experience before your writing kicks the bucket.
The great thing about Dana’s book is that you don’t have to read it straight through. Nope. Open it up to any page and begin your writing journey. It’s a great book for new writers, but also helpful to those who are experienced and still get stuck from time to time (don’t we all).
A Writer’s Bucket List is intended to give you ideas and ignite your passion to sit down and write. It does that in spades with words of wisdom, fantastic illustrations and exciting exercises.
I’m still having fun referring to “A Writer’s Bucket List” and I can’t thank Dana enough for writing and sharing it with me.
Have you read “A Writer’s Bucket List”? What did you like most about it? If you haven’t read it yet, are you ready to be inspired by it?
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