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Literary Ladies' Guide to the Writing Life, The - Nava Atlas
Literary Ladies' Guide to the Writing Life, The
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Nava Atlas is a popular author who has more than 500,000 copies of her books in print. In this beautifully designed and illustrated book, Nava explores what it is like to live the writing life through the journals, letters, and diaries of twelve celebrated women writers, including such renowned... show more
Nava Atlas is a popular author who has more than 500,000 copies of her books in print. In this beautifully designed and illustrated book, Nava explores what it is like to live the writing life through the journals, letters, and diaries of twelve celebrated women writers, including such renowned authors as Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte, Madeleine LEngle, Anais Nin, George Sand, Edith Wharton, and Virginia Woolf. Navas own insightful commentary lifts the curtain on these womens lives and provides reassuring tips and advice on such subjects as dealing with rejection, money matters, and balancing family with the solitary writing process that will resonate with women writers in todays world. With 100+ vintage photos, illustrations, and ephemera, this book is a splendid gift book for writers.
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9781416206323 (1416206329)
ASIN: 1416206329
Publisher: Sellers Publishing Inc
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
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4.0 The Literary Ladies' Guide to the Writing Life: Inspiration and Advice from Celebrated Women Authors Who Paved the Way
It is definitely interesting reading the thoughts of the famous female writers now deceased. Especially as they talk about rejection from publishers and sometimes family or peers. Harriet Beecher Stowe discussed how hard it was to make time to write because she also had to care for her children. ...
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3.0 Literary Ladies' Guide to the Writing Life, The
It is definitely interesting reading the thoughts of the famous female writers now deceased. Especially as they talk about rejection from publishers and sometimes family or peers.Harriet Beecher Stowe discussed how hard it was to make time to write because she also had to care for her children. ...
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3.0 The Literary Ladies' Guide to the Writing Life: Inspiration and Advice from Celebrated Women Authors Who Paved the Way
Thank you to the publisher for sending me this lovely book. Literary Ladies’ Guide to the Writing Life shares excerpts of advice and recommendations from famous literary women on writing and on the life of a writer. Author Atlas draws on the thoughts of some of my favorites including Madeleine L’Eng...
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