Writing Is My Drink: The Book

Writing Is My Drink: A Writer’s Story of Finding Her Voice (And a Guide to How You Can Too) (Simon & Schuster, 2013): “Theo Nestor is a writer who, I am positive, will WIMD 34be heard from,” wrote Pulitzer Prize–winning author Frank McCourt, and hear from her we do in this enthralling memoir that doubles as a witty and richly told writing guide. Yet the real promise in Writing Is My Drink lies in Nestor’s uncanny ability as a storyteller and teacher to make sure we’ll also hear from you, the reader. Brimming with stories from her own writing life, and paired with practical “Try This” sections designed to challenge and inspire, this disarmingly candid account of a writer’s search for her voice delivers charming, wise, and often hilarious guidance that will motivate writers at every stage of their careers.

Booklist: “As though she’s your own personal writing coach, best-selling memoirist Nestor (How to Sleep Alone in a King-Size Bed, 2008) guides novice and established writers alike in the fine art of creative writing, using her own personal learning curve to chronicle how she found the courage to become the writer she always knew she could be. Nimbly traversing such daunting obstacles as writer’s block and candidly admitting to warts-and-all failures, Nestor ends each chapter with writer’s workshop exercises designed to both inspire and enhance one’s writing skills.”

 

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5 Responses to Writing Is My Drink: The Book

  1. nataliebank says:

    Congratulations on finishing your book, Theo. Great title, too. Looking forward to buying a copy in 2013.

    Best,

    Natalie Appleton

  2. Nona Goodman says:

    Me too. I want that book
    because writing is MY DRINK too. A day without writing would be (to me) like a day without water — or, fresh air — or food! I would not be able to live without writing… Period.

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