Lamott takes a conventional approach and uses personal narratives to convey lessons on writing in her time-tested book, Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life. She paints elaborate pictures of her family, friends and personal struggles. For Lamott, writing and life go hand in hand.
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Anne Lamott sets out to make the listener a better writer by narrating her experiences as an author and her observations as a writing coach. She emphasizes that to improve their writing, budding writers must make a commitment to write more. Lamott asserts that writers can develop great stories by beginning with small details, observing their surroundings, exploring their memories, and following their intuition.
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