Excerpt From "Write Is A Verb"

In this excerpt from the book, Write Is A Verb, by Bill O’Hanlon, the author discusses the four energies of writing and what it takes to write a book. I particularly like his quote from Henry Miller: “If you can’t not be a writer, then be a writer.”

That might sound simplistic, but it’s actually good advice. First, it requires that you determine how badly you want to write and second, it exhorts you to give it your all. Be a writer. The subtitle of Write Is A Verb is “Sit Down. Start Writing. No Excuses.”

You can find the book from WritersDigest.com as well as Barnes & Noble, Amazon and I’m sure at other book sites and stores.

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