99 Stories I Could Tell: A Doodlebook To Help You Create
At first glance, one may think this is a children’s coloring book, but indeed it is not. 99 Stories I Could Tell: A Doodlebook To Help You Create is a wonderful gateway to tap into the imaginative self. Every page has the beginnings of doodles with some hints at story ideas. Each is designed to unleash memories and fresh ideas that lead to writing. For instance, one page challenges the reader to think about the “friend I can be my weirdest self with” and to write “a tale of peak weirdness.” The facing page has nine sketches that are intended to elicit memories from that friendship. The author asks readers to explore sensory experiences, emotions, expectations, and styles through their own lives. The breadth and depth of the writing prompts in the book are astonishing—especially since the book could be mistaken for a kid’s coloring book.
Author and designer Nathan Pyle has compiled a smart, fun journaling experience for anyone from nine to ninety. Not to mention, the book will easily fit into a backpack or briefcase.
99 Stories I Could Tell: A Doodlebook To Help You Create makes an excellent gift for any creative soul.
|Author||Nathan W. Pyle|
|Page Count||112 pages|
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|Category||Crafts & Hobbies|