Zen in the Art of Writing: Essays on Creativity
by Ray Bradbury Author
Beloved science fiction author Ray Bradbury, whose classic novel Fahrenheit 451 was preceded by hundreds of good-natured, imaginative short stories, shares his writing techniques, struggles, and life experiences. He writes about sitting down at his typewriter, the schedule that enabled him to find publication and earn a living, his dealings with the publishing industry, and more. Less a how-to book than a series of essays, this still contains much wisdom to inspire and provoke any aspiring creative or someone at a crossroads with their muse.
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