What are friends for? Well, apparently one wonderful perk is being invited on a Work in Progress Blog Tour. What is it? Heather G. Marshall invited me to participate in a tour. Her superbly written novel, The Thorn Tree, delivers to the reader an intimate feel for the Scottish landscape while telling the story of three women for whom family comes to mean everything Read her blog post here.
As part of the tour, I invite four other writers to post information on their Works in Progress on their blogs and link back to the person who invited them. Meanwhile, I am to write a blurb about my Work in Progress & post the first sentences of my first three chapters. Here goes:
Moo of Writing: How to Milk Your Potential
Moo of Writing is a succinct how-to-write handbook offering fledgling and practiced writers a process to beckon more creativity into their lives. Moo writers will become productive ruminants like laid-back dairy cows who produce five gallons of milk every day.
1. Short and whimsical.
2. Backed up by cutting-edge scientific research. Combines practical techniques with spiritually-inclusive inspiration.
3. A threefold process: exercise, relaxation, and meditation. At each chapter’s end, you’ll find writing tips, writing exercises, and a meditation.
Chapter 1 – Get Your Moodle On
“Cows are Zen masters, writers benefit when they behave like them, and science concurs.”
Chapter 2 – Moo with the Habit Loop
“Cows must be milked every day.”
Chapter 3 – The Moo of Me
“Memorable writing engages emotion.”
I nominate the following writers to share their Works in Progress. Check them out!
Cynthia DeKett – http://reademrysia.blogspot.com
Jenny Munro – http://jennymunrowritingphotos.wordpress.com/
Julie Jordan Avritt – http://wildtobewreckage.wordpress.com/