Free Your Pen

Free Your Pen: Mind Training for Writers – Available Now!

It’s been a long time coming! I’ve been running extracts from Free Your Pen on this blog since last year, but the book is finally here. Discover the secret to mastering your thoughts and get your mind to behave itself so you can get some writing done. Here’s the inevitable blurb:

Free Your Pen: Mind Training for Writers
59 Slogans to Cure Writer’s Block & Free Your Voice
Available now!

Free Your Pen is a meditation practice designed to shut down the inner critic and dissolve the fears that block your writing. Based on the Buddhist practice of mind training with slogans, this is a practical guide to freeing your mind from bad habits and emotional blocks. It includes chapters on each of the 59 slogans, plus writing exercises designed to free your pen.

Whether you’re happy with your writing but would like to go deeper, or feel blocked creatively, this book will help you to:

  • Free your mind from fear and doubt
  • Write courageously with increased self-knowledge
  • Discover your authentic writing voice
  • Become the writer you were born to be

As a writer, your mind is your most valuable resource, but you tend to take it for granted. You wouldn’t go for a run without warming up, and you wouldn’t run a marathon without training first. Writing is the same. Free Your Pen explores the importance of mind training for writers and gives you the tools you need to take back control of your mind.

When you free your mind, your pen will follow

It’s true, and more importantly, it works! You can find out for yourself here:

Amazon UK / Amazon US / Others

You can preview the book on the Kindle by clicking this link. It looks a bit pants because it’s an html rendering of the book, or something. The real thing doesn’t have silly indented paragraphs…

Let me know what you think, and if you download the book, remember to leave a review on Amazon!

May your pen and your mind be free 🙂

 

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