Set up in the traditional devotional book format, it’s impossible to read one devo per day. I’ve gobbled page after page after page each time I sit down with it. The great thing is that this book can be read over and over again. Hats off to Amy Peters for a beautiful, useful writing tool that inspires, instructs and motivates. This book is a writer’s treasure.
A few days ago, I came across such a book in Barnes & Noble called The Writer’s Devotional, 365 inspirational exercises, ideas, tips, & motivations on writing by Amy Peters.
Each day of the week highlights an aspect of the writer’s life:
Monday – Writers on Writing.
Tuesday – Motivation
Wednesday – Writing Class
Thursday – Editing
Friday – Biography
Saturday – Books Writers Should Read
Sunday – Writing Prompts
This book is phenomenal. One could teach a class–each page is a lesson plan–using the tips, prompts and motivations. If you’re looking for a gift for a writer friend, this is the perfect gift, but you’d better purchase two copies because once you get home and browse through A Writer’s Devotional, you won’t be able to wrap it up and give it away.