Robot Coconut Trees: Break Through Writer's Block, Unleash Your Creative Voice, and Become the Writer You Already Are

  • Title: Robot Coconut Trees: Break Through Writer's Block, Unleash Your Creative Voice, and Become the Writer You Already Are
  • Author: Kelsey Horton
  • ISBN: 9781522936107
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Paperback
  • Robot Coconut Trees Break Through Writer s Block Unleash Your Creative Voice and Become the Writer You Already Are Are your writing dreams buried under the weight of Real Life Have you promised yourself that Someday you will write a novel start a blog or publish a book Your Someday has arrived Kelsey Horton help
    Are your writing dreams buried under the weight of Real Life Have you promised yourself that Someday you will write a novel, start a blog, or publish a book Your Someday has arrived.Kelsey Horton helps readers jump start their creative writing practice through stories, exercises, inspiration, and writing prompts You ll discover how to Unleash your creativity DaydreAre your writing dreams buried under the weight of Real Life Have you promised yourself that Someday you will write a novel, start a blog, or publish a book Your Someday has arrived.Kelsey Horton helps readers jump start their creative writing practice through stories, exercises, inspiration, and writing prompts You ll discover how to Unleash your creativity Daydream, journal, and freewrite your way to fresh new writing ideas Break through limiting beliefs of guilt, doubt, perfectionism, and writer s block Finish your writing pieces and unapologetically share them with the worldYou are capable of moving from hiding to shining, from apathetic to empowered, from Maybe I could write someday to I am a writer The world needs your light, your heartbreak, your dazzling stories, and your unprecedented self expression Now is the time to begin.

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    About Kelsey Horton


    1. Kelsey Horton is the author of Robot Coconut Trees Break Through Writer s Block, Unleash Your Creative Voice, and Become the Writer You Already Are After neglecting her creative dreams for years, she started the blog KelseyHorton that has helped thousands of readers around the world break through stuckness and write their hearts out Kelsey is lit up and passionate about helping others share their voices, and she believes the creative journey begins with personal empowerment.Kelsey has been listed in Gynuine Magazine s 7 Websites with Blogs Worth Visiting and described as a young, up and coming blogger whose focus is inspiring people to be their best, offering a refreshing and hopeful perspective in this sometimes callous universe of writing.


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    1. When I decided to begin my career as a romance author I had already become quite astute at writing; however the writing had been of the non-fiction variety, it had been articles for a community newspaper several years. Becoming successful did not happen overnight. I knew what I wanted to write about, but it took a while to learn how to express my thoughts into words on the computer in front of me. By the time I wrote my last article I thought easily write what I wanted [1,000 word limit] in less [...]

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    2. Robot Coconut Trees by Kelsey Horton is a great for helping new writers overcome the initial hurdles they encounter when thinking about being a writer.Like so many endeavors, the first few obstacles are usually internally based. Horton does a phenomenal job of highlighting these issues and then helping the reader to overcome them. This is less about the nuts and bolts of writing and more about helping get to where one can actually use those nuts and bolts.I am a big advocate of freewriting, dati [...]

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    3. I won this book in a giveaway and it actually took me quite a while to read even though it's only 135 pages. I must admit I expected something else, e.g. more specific advice. The books focuses on inner barriers that make it difficult/ impossible for us to write (like us telling ourselves that we don't have the time to write). There is a writing exercise for every topic which I haven't done yet but probably will. I think some of these exercises could also be useful for not writing related proble [...]

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    4. I won this book through First ReadsThank You, Kelsey Horton, for sending me the free copy of the book****OK, I'm going to write about the book on writing and I don't know where I should beginThe total blankness, the pristine whiteness of the field for review are so depressing.But wait. Have I read the book in vain???? I must wake the Inner Writer in meE INNER WRITER: Stop kicking me!!!! What????ME: I need to write a reviewTHE INNER WRITER: About what???? I just fell asleep after that awful book [...]

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    5. It finally happened: a 5-star self-published book!1-Word Review:AwesomeDo you have a story rattling around in your head? Do you need motivation/inspiration/ass kicking to actually start, finish, and maybe even publish your writing? Then read ROBOT COCONUT TREES. It's a book I'll re-read when I need to remember Why I Write (one of the topics in the book, by the way). Are you a WRITER or a DANCING MONKEY? Some great inspiration here. No psych tests, no surveys, no bull -- just some heartfelt wisdo [...]

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    6. Robot Coconut Trees is one of the better self-help books I have read - it's funny, inspirational, it has the right amount of pep-talk. Some of the exercises suggested are interesting and I find them helpful (really enjoyed the "I remember" one). It is focused on freewriting and deals with writing more on the general level - and simultaneously with the fears and roadblocks connected with being a writer. It follows a rather simple rhetoric of I can Write - You can Write - We are Writing. The cover [...]

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    7. I won Robot Coconut Trees: Break Through Writer's Block, Unleash Your Creative Voice, And Become the Writer You Already Are by Kelsey Horton from .Kelsey Horton is an instigator: expect more writers to actually write! In her book, Robot Coconut Trees: Break Through Writer's Block, Unleash Your Creative Voice, And Become The Writer You Already Are, Horton takes on every excuse writers conjure to keep themselves from writing. From the daydreamer who rarely puts pen to paper, to the struggling writ [...]

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    8. I received a copy of this through a Giveaway. I'd actually entered for one probably 5 times and finally got a copy. I was excited to see it in my mailbox and jumped into reading it right away. You get a sense of the author's age right away since there's many writing tips and exercises included that I remember from high school. However; in between the pages of those early education repeats there are some bits of wisdom and encouragement writers may or may not already know but it never hurts to h [...]

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    9. This was such an enjoyable book to read! I felt that this was not your typical 'how to' kind of book. It's full of relatable and inspiring stories, thoughts, and advice on writing. There's writing exercises throughout to help get your creative voice out there. Highly recommended! *I received a free copy of this book through Giveaways*

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    10. This was a First Reads Giveaway win, and it's also one of the best books for writers I've ever read. Alongside Natalie Goldberg's Writing Down the Bones and Ray Bradbury's Zen in the Art of Writing, Robot Coconut Trees will be a book I return to often when I begin to doubt myself and my writing abilities.Along with her wonderful words of encouragement and stories of her own struggles, Horton includes several exercises that involve freewriting, journaling, and others to get your head out of the [...]

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    11. If you want to read advice from a self-published writer who didn't want to read Shakespeare and classic novels as a Creative Writing major, and who uses, frequently, the word "anyways", go for it. (Note to the editor: why did you let that stand? It's incredibly annoying and makes the work *sound* self-published). On the plus side, this book is as positive and encouraging as they come. On the minus side, the book is both repetitive and derivative. Pick a book from the list of recommended reading [...]

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    12. * I have received this book through Giveaways and I will be leaving my honest and heartfelt opinion on it.** Note: I apologise for the delay in posting my review but I didn't wish to do it in a hurry so I took my time, re-read some chapters, put a lot of sticky notes throughout and focused on some exercises so I can fully grasp and appreciate this work that I so kindly received from its author.I will start by saying that 'Robot Coconut Trees' is the perfect title for this book. Everyone who has [...]

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    13. I don't know why, but this book just didn't work for me. I couldn't tell if it didn't live up to expectations or the silly story about how the title was chosen turned me off, but I just didn't get into this book. I am not the kind of person who looks deep into my inner psyche to interview my three year old self. I gave up reading shortly after that suggestion.

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    14. Short writers' self-help book. I really enjoyed it, yes it is heavy on fluff but I needed some fluff and feel good energy. I actually did all the recommended exercises.

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    15. An excellent book for anyone who has ever wanted to write a book. Great tips and knowledge.

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    16. A nice little piece of advice.

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    17. ()In my opinion, this is also a useful book for bloggers (like me) and those who have writing as an important mean of communication. Sometimes we want to write something down but we lack of ideas; this book really helps us to unblock our brain and heart!I loved reading this book because I felt like Kelsey Horton was by my side encouraging me to do what I love! ()Read more here: momentosliterariosml.

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    18. The first thing I wanted to know about this book is where in the world the title had come from. Kelsey quickly answered that with a story. Her five-year-old nephews who enjoy writing books and stories, asked what the name of her book was going to be. Since she was meditating about that question at the time, she asked her mom to summarize the book for them and tell them it was an inspirational book for other writers. The two boys consulted and proposed "Robot Coconut Trees." She kept the title as [...]

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    19. I won this book in a Giveaway. Thank you to the author, Kelsey Horton and publisher.This is a compact, positive book that encourages writers to work through their doubts, fears, and the negative critics who ruin dreams. For anyone who has considered writing, this book strives to light the fire to help you put your words on paper. The author, herself, speaks of not feeling like her authentic self until she expressed herself in written words.

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    20. I was hoping to get a copy of this book through one of the numerous giveaways that involved it, but since I wasn't able to do that, I decided to buy a copy of it, which is extraordinarily weird for me, since I probably only ever bought ten or maybe twenty books in my life. Both the title and the cover triggered my curiosity, and my expectations were not disappointed: this book is written in a refreshing and inspiring way, with some practical tips and tricks I always knew but needed somebody to r [...]

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    21. I've already recommended this book to friends who are trying to start something creative (opening a cafe, becoming a woodworker, painting more) because this book has a lot of truths that transcend the writing theme.The author is somewhere between life coach, teacher and best friend, guiding you to see the best in yourself, the most potential, and the inner child required of any creative endeavor. Her stories are effortlessly relatable in ways that most authors are, honestly, not down to earth en [...]

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    22. Пууу, голяма мъка. Искате ли да ви спестя четенето на книгата и да събера нейната мъдрост в едно изречение? Да? Ето: като ти се пише - пиши, като не ти се пише - недей. Това е. Всичко останало е празни приказки и самохвалство то страна на авторката (Дали Опра и тя си я спомня?) И тов [...]

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    23. I won Robot Coconut Trees and I am so happy I did. As a writer there are times when nothing comes to mind. This book was a huge help to me and I am once again set up at the kitchen table, pen and paper writing my heart out. I learned so much, things I already knew but was afraid to admit to.I feel so inspired and excited about my writing. Thank you so much, Kelsey. I loved this book. I have read it twice already and intend to purchase a few books for my writer friends. And Kelsey, I am a writer. [...]

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    24. This is a great read that all writers should add to their To Read pile. Every writer has felt they will run out of ideas, chronic guilt, and like their writing might not be worth reading. Ms. Horton helps writers get out of this funk and hold onto their dreams and continue writing, even though it might seem hard sometimes. An excellent pick-me-up for writers who doubt themselves from time to time (I think we all do)!

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    25. I loved hearing Kelsey's voice throughout the book and the activities to do along the way

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