Wednesday, October 3, 2012

A Great New Tool for Your Writerly Toolbox


In her first non-fiction mini-book, Denise Jaden explores the stages and outlets of grief and how to implement them into your fiction to create more interesting characters and a more engaging plot. Some topics of this book include: grieving before the loss, spiritual matters, and how grief affects different ages, personality types and gender.
                                                                                                                                                                    
Advance Praise for WRITING WITH A HEAVY HEART:

"Jaden's Writing With A Heavy Heart is a must-have for any writer's craft shelf. The combination of clear guidance and practical exercises allow writers to take their manuscripts to a deeper level."
- Eileen Cook Author of Unraveling Isobel and The Almost Truth

"Writing With A Heavy Heart absolutely nails the grieving process. I love the exercises included, because, to me, they make the whole thing a tangible help in applying it to a work in progress."
- Janet Gurtler, author of If I Tell and Who I Kissed

"Writing With A Heavy Heart has a lot of really good insights on grief and suggestions on how to incorporate them to fiction."
- Lee Strauss, author of The Perception Series

"Jaden's Writing with a Heavy Heart helped me add layers to my characters who experience loss. The tools provided in this piece make it practical in my writing projects."
- Cindy Callaghan, author of Just Add Magic and Purses, Palaces and Photographic Proof
                                                                                                                                                                         
Where can you get your hands on a copy?

The paperback version is available through Amazon. (The price is $6.99)

The e-book is available for $2.99 at:
Amazon
Smashwords
Kobo
Sony 

7 comments:

  1. Oh wow. This sounds fabulous. I think psychology is the key to powerful writing. Well, and practice. And craft. Hm... But psychology is the key to reaching your reader on a believable level.

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  2. I've seen news about this here and there, and it sounds fantastic. Definitely a subject that needs to be covered in a writing book!

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  3. This sounds like a helpful tool to have.. and theraputic too, I think.

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