For aspiring writers, few experiences offer the thrill of a well-taught creating writing workshop - imagine the surge of fresh ideas filling your mind, exercise by exercise, as you absorb the skills of the craft from a seasoned expert almost effortlessly. Now you can experience this unmatched way of learning - at your own convenience - with Elizabeth Ayres' The Ultimate Creative Writing Workshop.
Distilled from her acclaimed courses at New York University and the Center for Creative Writing, this proven program has already helped hundreds of writers to break through their inner obstacles, unleash their imaginations, and master the skills they need to communicate those images and ideas powerfully through words. The key to success, teaches Ayres, is working with both your creative and analytical minds in a fun and engaging way. The Ultimate Creative Writing Workshop helps you do that through a series of imagination-boosting methods so effective that nearly all of Ayres' students find themselves writing nonstop from the very first exercise.
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What members say
Amazingly and inspiring!
Where does The Ultimate Creative Writing Workshop rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
This is the first non fiction I have listened to on my walks and driving to work and I have enjoyed it the most so far. I wanted to stop the car or race back home to write as never before. I haven't finished this book yet, but I was anxious to tell others of my satisfaction with the book, so they can be certain of their own purchase.
What did you like best about this story?
How perfectly organised it was.
What does Elizabeth Ayres bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
Her reading was superb. Her accent and pronunciation was delightful to listen to.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
When she explained how she feels the process of writing could have a connection with the divine . She explains it better than I just did.
Any additional comments?
4 of 5 people found this review helpful