Write from your heart, and you just might change the world. That’s what happened when Harriet Beacher Stowe published the courageous and controversial Uncle Tom’s Cabin in 1852. Recommended by the NYT Book Review, David S. Reynolds tells you how it all happened in Mightier Than the Sword.
Ultimately, we write to communicate, and I don’t know a better communication method than Joe Weston’s Respectful Confrontation. In his book, Mastering Respectful Confrontation, Weston reveals the key to strengthening yourself and your relationships. Get that right, and you will write well too.
Literacy advocate Pam Allyn offers guidance and inspiration to parents in Your Child’s Writing Life, How to Inspire Confidence, Creativity, and Skill at Every Age. And although I work primarily with adults, I am looking forward to the writing prompts and principles this book promises. We can all use a little childlike learning.
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