Are you a writer, poet or author? Do you struggle with motivation, ideas, and technique? In other words, does the life as a writer just get too damn hard sometimes?
I hear you!
That is why I created The Printer’s Tray. This is basically a collection of little treasures I have put together over the years that have helped me in my journey as a creative writer. They come from years of workshops, books, degrees, and practice.
I also know that a creative brain likes to work with small pockets of information at a time. So I have condensed these writer tools and techniques into short and easy to read e-books, each one covering a specific topic. They are cheaper than a magazine and you can download them instantly.
Reading each one will take a few minutes, an hour at most. But – and here is where the magic lies – you will learn something that you can apply instantly to transform your writing. You will see immediate results. Your real work lies in the writing – and that is the entire point. To get you writing and creating and getting your work out there.
PT Issue 1: Polaroid Phrases – Creating story ideas with images
There is a fun and magical way to trick your brain into
idea-mode. That is through a random, yet skilled, process of finding pictures that tell their own stories, and then combining them in very unexpected ways to come up with something entirely YOU.
Polaroid Phrases talks about this process and the way I do it in my own writing studio. It’s helped get me published and it got me selected for a Masters in Creative Writing. All my best work started with this technique. How can I not share it?
The e-book is 25 pages long and includes a breakdown of the process, as well as some unique images for you to work with. To purchase your digital copy and download it immediately, click one of the payment options below. You are also welcome to email me and arrange to do an EFT (firstname.lastname@example.org).