[ Pdf Fire Up Your Writing Brain è m-m-science-fiction PDF ] by Susan Reynolds è The best book on the process of writing I have ever read The end.
This was good but I also read it to procrastinate actually writing which is bad so it s a tossup Ignite Your Writing Brain Whether You Re An Experienced Writer Or Just Starting Out, An Endless Number Of Pitfalls Can Trip Up Your Efforts, From Procrastination And Writer S Block To Thin Characters And Uninspired Plots Luckily, You Have Access To An Extraordinary Writing Tool That Can Help Overcome All Of These Problems Your Brain Fire Up Your Writing Brain Teaches You How To Develop Your Brain To Its Fullest Potential Based On Proven, Easy To Understand Neuroscience, This Book Details Ways To Stimulate, Nurture, And Hone Your Brain Into The Ultimate Writing Tool Inside, You Ll Learn How To Identify The Type Of Writer You Are Do You Think Or Feel Your Way Through Writing A Book Are You A Pantser Or A Plotter Develop Writing Models That Accelerate Your Learning CurveHardwire Your Brain For Endurance And Increased ProductivityBrainstorm Better Character Concepts And Plot PointsLearn To Edit Your Manuscript On Both A Macro And Micro LevelRecharge A Lagging Brain To Gain An Extra Burst Of CreativityFilled With Accessible Instruction, Practical Techniques, And Thought Provoking Exercises, Fire Up Your Writing Brain Shows You How To Become A Productive, Creative, And Successful Writer A Veritable Writing Genius An Excellent Resource The Way That Neuroscience And The Art Of Writing Are Jointly Explored Allows For A New, Unique, And Practical Integration Of The Two Teresa Aubele Futch, PhD Assistant Professor Of Neuroscience At Saint Mary S College, Notre Dame And Co Author Of Train Your Brain To Get Happy And Train Your Brain To Get Rich Full Of Neuroscience Facts And Tips, This Inspiring Book Will Change Your Brain And Your Writing Life I Learned Techniques That I Ll Apply To My Students And My Own Writing Linda Joy Myers, President Of The National Association Of Memoir Writers And Award Winning Author Of Don T Call Me Mother A Daughter S Journey From Abandonment To Forgiveness Advice for writers based on brain research Particularly helpful to novelists or anyone writing long form Also of interest to those trying to understand the benefits of writing on a regular schedule.
Seriously uneven book moments of great usefulness followed by sections that made me do the RCA Victor dog huh Either because the author made sweeping generalizations, odd ball suggestions, or rehashed info that didn t need to be rehashed More of a survey than an in depth way to practice using your brain to write effectively or joyfully but still, will refer to it when teaching and writing.
A strange mashup of pseudo science and meta categorizing brain function to figure out what kind of writer you are It takes a simple concept I want to write and blows it into overintellectualized chaos I would not recommend this book to other writers regardless of their ability And i think the neuroscience claims and the way the author is applying it, are bogus Don t spend the money.
Most of the advice and claims seemed to be plucked from health columns found in women s magazines Sprint around my block to help me write my story s ending No I don t care if some Stanford scientist says it gives me a dopamine high It s just a ludicrous thing to do.
I wonder if Shakespeare practiced ancient Indian meditation and yoga to help him write Oh wait It was cool reading about the science behind how our brain works, and how we all have the power to guide our own brains into making us productive and successful I d recommend this to anyone like me who needs a push to motivate them to do what they love.
This was full of useful tips, but to be honest I d heard almost all of them before They were reframed in a scientiifc context and people of a scientific bent will probably find that interesting useful than I did That said, if you re just starting out on your writing journey, or you ve never really read any books to help with it, this will be a great starting point.
Thought provoking and helpfulThis book takes the recent findings of neuroscience and applies them to fiction writing I know from personal experience that many of the tips such as the benefits of exercise before writing are highly effective I plan to try others, such as meditation I think you ll find it a great addition to your library.