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Bird by Bird is the reference skills, self-help, creative writing and fiction writing book which shares the proven techniques and methods to become a passionate writer. Anne Lamott is the author of this stunning book. She is the bestselling author in the New York Times. Anna wrote many novels and self-help books that changed the lives of the people. She is an inspiring writer who affects the lives of the readers through her stories. This time, Anne decided to teach fiction writing which is an amazing guide for beginners and professionals. She begins with a story that happened three decades ago. Anna was thirteen-years-old when her brother was ten. Her brother gets the home task in the vacations to write about the birds. He spends his entire vacations while playing and did not complete the task.
One day before the school he was sitting in the loan with different books of birds He was nervous and tense because the time is running short. Her brother lost his hope of completing the vacation task but then their father arrived and everything changed. Anne’s father told her brother that go bird by bird. Just in three hours, her little brother completed his tasks and he is happy to go to school. What is the lesson in these three words “bird by bird” and how we can apply in our lives?
Details About Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott PDF
- Name: Bird by Bird: Some Instructions of writing and Life 1st Edition
- Authors: Anne Lamott
- Publish Date: September 1, 1995
- Language: English
- Genre: Speech, Journalism, Writing Skills
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 2 MB
- Pages: 256
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 0385480016
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