Learn practical, fun techniques guaranteed to get your stories on paper. Weave worlds of wonder beyond your conscious imagining. Discover how to write naturally, eloquently and without struggle. Whether you’re a seasoned writer or just starting out, whatever your genre or form, The Voice of the Muse will deepen your creative experience and awaken you to new skills, new stories and a renewed confidence in your innate gifts. You'll never feel the same about writing again! ••• Two-time award-winner. ••• Also on Google Play
Award-winning author of more than a dozen books whose readers span the globe, Mark David Gerson electrifies groups and individuals around the world with his inspiring stories and motivational workshops, seminars, talks and retreats.
Mark David's books include critically acclaimed personal development and self-help titles, compelling memoirs and spellbinding fiction. In addition, Mark David’s books for writers are considered classics in the field and his screenplay adaptations of his Q’ntana fantasy novels are on their way to theaters as a trio of epic feature films.
As a personal growth coach and creativity catalyst and mentor, Mark David works with an international roster of clients to help them foster their intuition, connect with their inner wisdom, express their innate creativity and live more passion- and purpose-filled lives.
Having overcome his own personal and creative blocks and challenges, Mark David is uniquely qualified to motivate and inspire individuals in all walks of life and from all backgrounds to unleash the power of their potential.
Look for Mark David's books at all major online booksellers and on his website.
All my books for writers include a set of so-called "rules" for writers. And although they vary from title to title depending on the book's theme, they all share the same first and final rule: There are no rules. After all, creativity is about innovation, about breaking new ground. So how can there be rules? I grew up surrounded by shoulds and musts, imposed directly by teachers and indirectly by family and societal expectations. The result? A creative blockage that didn't really unjam until my 30s. It was from that experience that this and all my "rules" evolved. Whatever you're writing, whenever you're writing it, listen for the book (or short story or poem or screenplay or stage play or essay) that demands to be written. Then write as *it* demands to be written, not according to anyone else's rules or strictures.
The Voice of the Muse
1. There Are No Rules
There is no right way. There is no wrong way. There is only your way.