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Writing in Flow: Keys to Enhanced Creativity
Flow is the sense of inspired freedom that comes when you lose yourself completely in an activity, allowing time, duty and worry to melt away. For writer's, words pour out in a continuous, creative stream. In Writing In Flow, Dr. Susan Perry shows writers how to achieve and maintain a sense of flow in their own work, everything from defining what it is to making it happen--even when facing writer's block. Throughout, more than 75 best-selling and award-winning writers reveal their techniques for enhancing their writing creativity and productivity.- National bestseller- Foreword by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, author of the New York Times best- selling book Flow- Addresses every writer's core need: to be more creative and prolific- Features insights from dozens of big-name writers, including Jane Smiley, Sue Grafton and moreSusan Perry holds a Ph.D. in social psychology and teaches psychology and writing at Woodbury University. She is the author of Fun Time, Family Time and the award-winning Playing Smart. Perry has also written more than 700 articles, mostly on psychology and child development, for publications such as USA Today, the Los Angeles Times, Parenting, Woman's World and Working World. She lives in Los Angeles, California.
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