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The Write-Brain Workbook

366 visual exercises to liberate your writing
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The Write-Brain Workbook: 366 Exercises to Liberate Your Writing

by Bonnie Neubauer
Writer's Digest Books, 2005
ISBN 978-158297-355-5
$19.99 paperback, 384 pages (full-color throughout)

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With The Write-Brain Workbook, writers will never have to face a blank page again. This one-of-a-kind guide provides a full year of writing exercises and games designed to get thoughts brewing and the pen moving across the page. People of all ages and occupations can benefit from this book as they open up their lives to new realms of creativity.

About the Author
Bonnie Neubauer is known for her high-engery workshops that are chock-full of inventive gamelike exercises. She is the inventor of Story Spinner, the writing exercise wheel that allows writers to keep their momentum going.

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