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Writing the Sacred Journey: The Art and…

Writing the Sacred Journey: The Art and Practice of Spiritual Memoir

by Elizabeth J. Andrew

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Andrews has thought in depth of the inner processes of daily writing, what's at stake in revision and what's beyond the block.
  PendleHillLibrary | Jun 30, 2016 |
Elizabeth Jarrett Andrew's insights are amazing and poignant and really speak to me. I've worked through some of the exercises and some hit me more than others (as I would expect). Then there are the ones that are tedious and daunting and I know those are likely the ones that really need my focus but instead I tend to shy away from them. For example, a really heavy and personal blog post arose out of one of the exercises in this book, and I've not had the courage to try another exercise since. I'm working up to it, though. I know it will be worth it, I'm just a little afraid right now of what might come out when I put pen to paper. ( )
  ImperfectCJ | Nov 6, 2014 |
This is an excellent guide for anyone who is interested in writing a spiritual memoir or any memoir where he or she is sharing his or her journey through a period in their life where they were searching for meaning whether it involved religion, God, a higher being or spirituality from within. The writer did a great job organizing the chapters to guide every aspect of the process. If you are thinking of writing a spiritual memoir, absolutely start here. ( )
  yeldabmoers | Apr 21, 2011 |
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