I found this book at my local library and it proved to be a happy find.
I’ve previously read only one other book of hers – The Artist’s Way – and did her Morning pages exercice every day, for a year. The exercice asks that each morning, right after waking up, to write three longhand pages with anything that comes to mind. It’s a good practice, and just like the book below, it’s useful for everyone, writer or not.
And once again, what I found most interesting in the Right to write are the exercices that end each chapter. The chapters themselves are stories and annecdotes meant to illustrate the themes of the exercices which are excellent means for self reflection and self discovery.
Below, some examples of what you’ll find in the book.