If the only city named Paris you've visited has been in Kentucky, Tennessee, or Texas, it's time to take a writing sojourn to the real City of Light in this stunningly beautiful new book written by renowned author and creativity expert/coach Eric Maisel. Billed as "a guided journey for the creative soul," every detail and nuance of A Writer's Paris has been designed to appeal to your imagination and will motivate you to discover, ponder, and choose new possibilities in your writing life.
In selecting Paris, the symbolic home for creative people everywhere, Eric Maisel offers writers the guidance they need to take a figurative-or literal-journey away from the familiar. His inspirational and practical advice comes in the form of 50 essays and is accompanied by bits of knowledge and quotes, sidebars and fanciful renderings by acclaimed artists Danny Gregory and Claudine Hellmuth.
This elegant linen book is a delight to read and a soul-renewing guide for any writer choosing to discover fresh ideas and new ways and of looking at the writing world.