Mariëlle S. Smith has outdone herself with the 2021 52 Weeks of Writing journal and planner. 2021 is the third year for this planner, and the upgrade is amazing! If you’ve ever needed to delve deep inside yourself to find your reason why this is it.
- Title: 52 Weeks of Writing
- Author: Mariëlle S. Smith
- Publisher: M. S. Wordsmith on November 9, 2021
- Genre: Non-Fiction/Self-Help
- Pages: 491
- Formats Available: Paperback
- Rating: 5/5
Trigger Warnings: None
Many thanks to Mariëlle S. Smith for providing me with a PDF copy of 52 Weeks of Writing with a request for an honest review. Also thanks to Goddess Fish Promotions for having me on this tour and providing the materials to build this post.
About 52 Weeks of Writing
‘A brilliant, supportive, challenging workbook, highly recommend.’ Jamie Sands
You, too, can become the writer you’ve always wanted to be!
The 52 Weeks of Writing Author Journal and Planner:
• makes you plan, track, reflect on, and improve your progress and goals for an entire year long;
• invites you to dig deep through thought-provoking prompts and exercises; and
• helps you unravel the truth about why you aren’t where you want to be.
Two years after publishing the first volume of 52 Weeks of Writing, writing coach and writer Mariëlle S. Smith brings you the updated third volume. Similar in style but reflecting the tweaks made to her coaching practice during the pandemic, 52 Weeks of Writing Vol. III is even better equipped to help you get out of your own way and on to the path towards success.
Ready to start living your writing dream? Order your copy now.Blurb Provided by Goddess Fish Promotions for Tour Use
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52 Weeks of Writing Excerpt
This journal/planner has everything. There are sections to include goals, gain clarity, and plan your week. Smith gives perfect instructions to break down your week into doable little chunks. However, this isn’t only an excellent planning workbook. The journal sections will help writers who are the most stuck.
I found the journal prompts work with my profession too. Some prompts are for writers and authors only, but many will help with any activity where imposter syndrome is at play. Sometimes we work too hard at doing everything perfectly yet miss the big picture. This planner makes that go away.
Though, as with any tool, you have to will yourself to do the work as honestly and bravely as you can. If you aren’t willing to do what needs doing, this planner will be of little help. I fully agree with Smith that journaling is a great way to get past most issues in life if you work with total honesty. Open yourself up to being vulnerable so you can get out of your own way and get to work.
I award 52 Weeks of Writing a full 5 out of 5 stars. While the planner means to help authors, others may find it helpful as well. I recommend this to all of my author friends.
About the Author – Mariëlle S. Smith
Mariëlle S. Smith is a writer, writing coach, and editor. She lives in Cyprus, where she organises private writer’s retreats, is inspired 24/7, and feeds more stray cats than she can count.
Mariëlle S. Smith will be awarding a $25 Amazon or Barnes and Noble GC to a randomly drawn winner via Rafflecopter during the tour.a Rafflecopter giveaway