The Art of Fiction Writing or How To Fall Down the Rabbit Hole Without Really Trying

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The Art of Fiction Writing by writing coach and novelist, Emily Hanlon is a course in creating flesh and blood characters from the imagination. Easy-to-use techniques, prompts and exercises along with 5 audio "journeys" that deepen the work and make you feel as if you are in a private coaching session with Emily. More

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About Emily Hanlon

Emily Hanlon is a writing coach, a creativity coach and novelist. As a writing coach, Emily demystifies the writing process with her two pronged approach of teaching technique and unleashing creativity. In addition to private coaching, she offers, workshops, retreats, teleseminars and teleworkshops. Also writing prompts and books.

Her work as a creativity coach is based on her belief that the multifaceted journey of creativity is not limited to the arts, but nurtures life at its most profound depths. The creative journey is a template for leading a more creatively fulfilling, aware and meaningful life. Emily offers two Mentoring Programs: Creativity as A Wellspring of Life and Writing Your Story, Creating a Tapestry of Your Life: Memoir Writing as a Healing Journey

As a novelist, she has seven works of fiction, including the bestselling novel, Petersburg. And a book on writing, The Art of Fiction Writing or How to Fall Down the Rabbit Hole Without Really Trying. She has also been published in Writer's Digest Magazine.

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Reviews

Review by: Elizabeth 4671 on March 30, 2011 :
The author has a very distinct voice and refreshing way of teaching how to write. I found myself quickly immersed in the program she enthusiastically and perceptively puts forth. I've learned a lot about writing and about myself. I really recommend this to anyone to wants to write or is blocked -- like me. But no so much now.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Pete Rhinehardt on March 29, 2011 :
I've enjoyed the book--it's been an excellent read. I purchased the Palm doc version and that has proven most disappointing as every quote mark or apostrophe is a series of letter/characters making reading a distraction at best or just impossible depending upon how the rest of my day was. It has nothing to do with Ms Hanlon or her writing but it does detract from the book.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Natasha 9876 on March 09, 2011 :
I have been blocked in my writing for a really long time. I bought this book on the high recommendation of a friend and sat down to read it as soon as I bought it. (Just last night!) I didn't stop for over 2 hours and I think I wrote more last night that I've written in the past year! I love the audio, too. I only listened to one, about falling down the rabbit hole. Very enlightening. I highly recommend this book. And it's a great price, too.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Patresa Rolllinger Zwerling on March 07, 2011 :
I have used this book since 2005 for inspiration, understanding, and encouragement. I return to it again and again. I'm delighted to be able to now put it on my Kindle to read as the mood strikes me.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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