Write Within Yourself is not a guide, but a companion. A guide will tell you where to go. As a writer, only you can know that. A good companion, however, can remind you that forgetting where you want to go is different from not knowing where you want to go. Author William Kenower believes that what it takes to write the book you most want to write is also what it takes to lead the life you most want to live. This collection of essays serves as a companion for those times when you need inspiration. Write Within Yourself will help you stay connected to the writer and the life within you.
About the Author
William Kenower (Born, 1965) is the author of the novel One Year in Jeopardy, and the essay collection Write Within Yourself: An Author's Companion. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Author magazine, an online magazine for writers and dedicated readers, for which he writes a popular daily blog about the intersection of writing and our daily lives. Kenower has interviewed hundreds of writers of every genre, from Nora Ephon, to Cheryl Strayed, to Richard Bach. He also hosts the online radio program Author2Author where every week he and a different guest discuss the books we write and the lives we lead. To learn more about William, go to williamkenower.com.