Do you keep promising yourself to write but never quite get around to it? Do you delete almost as many words as you write? Do you write things that never get shared?
Nobody is born knowing how to write. Like any skill, writing improves with deliberate practice and attention. With growing skill often comes heightened enjoyment. This book will help you develop writing skill so you can share your message.
There is no single writing recipe that works for everybody, but successful writers rely on common ingredients. Play with the experiments in this book to find what works for you.
- 13 Sit experiments will help you get your writing started, defeat gremlins, build habits, and find inspiration.
- 26 Write experiments will help you imagine your message, create a rough draft, and then edit in phases until your polished version emerges.
- 16 Share experiments will help you get support, publish, and spread your message to those who need it.
This book will help you build your own unique writing practice.
Sit Write Share builds a structure that helps writers overcome the doubts, distractions, and digressions they inevitably face. Written with humor and compassion from Britton's deep experience as an author, editor, publisher, writing teacher, and coach, Sit Write Share will make you a better, happier, and more productive writer.
Author of The Daily Better:365 Reasons for Optimism
About the Author
Kathryn Britton’s clients call her the brilliant midwife of words. She has helped hundreds of people become word crafters who complete writing projects, big and small. Her own publications include books and articles about computer science, coaching, and applied positive psychology. After earning a Master of Applied Positive Psychology degree at the University of Pennsylvania, she founded Theano Coaching LLC to coach writers and run writing workshops. Kathryn has witnessed the power of her writing experiments to help authors find joy, build confidence, and get writing done that changes the world.
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