Author, Michelle Payton, recalls writing a letter to an acquaintance and receiving feedback, “You write the same way you talk. I could actually hear your voice when I read your letter.” Ultimately, she viewed this as a positive, finding the natural voice flows easily when recording and writing, plus it’s interesting to read. Writing Sensorably is for those who are interested in ways to record as much content as possible prior to polish stage. The author marries expression with practical steps that enhance:
– self-help processing,
– scientific observations,
– creative writing,
– descriptive work using multiple senses — seeing, hearing,
tasting, smelling, tactile or touching,
– technical or methodical work with an interest in how
published papers and research support out-of-the-box
The common link is demonstrating how natural voice and sensory-based writing contributes to even the most highly disciplined work. Ultimately, left and right-brained communicators and writers will understand how storytelling, writing and even reading experiences enhance the recording and writing processes.
SRP: $13.95 | #Pgs: 131 | ISBN: 978-0-9719804-7-1 | 6 x 9 paperback | Writing Sensorably: How Expressive and Natural Voice Advance Recording Thoughts | Publisher: The Left Side (Note: can also order through Ingram.)
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