(books worth considering, I own all of these books myself)
Journaler’s Handbook by Tracy White, Creating Keepsakes Primedia
What’s your greatest scrapbooking challenge? If you answered “journaling,” you’re not alone! In this two-book and audio CD kit, Tracy White, Editor-in-Chief of Creating Keepsakes magazine, takes you by the hand and helps you gain the confidence to become a great journaler. Learn to go beyond the obvious and get to what's really important. You'll find the stories within you in no time with Tracy's help!
Sample scrapbook pages
Over 1,000 journaling ideas
Incredible two-book and audio CD kit
Journaler’s Sidekick (Computer Software Companion to the Journaler’s Handbook)
The Journaler's Sidekick software from Creating Keepsakes magazine is the memory keeper's best friend. Journal effortlessly with memory-evoking topics from Tracy White, CK Editor-in-Chief and author of The Journaler's Handbook.
Rest assured knowing your unique memories are archived, backed-up, all in one place and searchable with just a click of the mouse.
* One convenient place to organize journaling entries and get ideas flowing.
* Inspiring questions and prompts to capture your special memories from Tracy White.
* Three Creating Keepsakes journaling fonts for perfect looks every time.
* Secure, searchable and archiveable.
In three simple steps, you'll be journaling like a pro:
1. Create your profile to customize your topics.
2. Read the memory-evoking topics and journal to your heart's content.
3. Organize, print, and scrapbook away!
What to Write to Make Meaningful Albums by Melody Ross, 2004 Chatterbox
Join over 20 designers as they share their ideas for heartfelt and meaningful journaling. Take a glimpse into real, personal scrapbook pages created straight from the heart. Find simple as well as elaborate tips for diving deep into your heart in order to put the perfect words and stories onto your pages. Learn how to bring your pages to life, and to ensure that your stories live on long after you are gone.
The Photo Scribe: A Writing Guide - How to Write the Stories Behind Your Photographs
By Denis Ledoux, 1999 Soleil Press
With The Photo Scribe, you will: learn more about yourself, your family and your photos; acquire the writing skills to photoscribe your albums; create a legacy for your family and descendants.
Imperfect Lives: Scrapbooking the Reality of Your Everyday
Edited by Tara Governo, 2006 Published by Memory Makers Books
Celebrates scrapbook pages that tackle honest, raw and realistic subjects and the courageous scrapbookers who record real-life situations in their pages.
Slice of Life Scrapbooking by Stacy Julian, 2006 Simple Scrapbooks
Slice of Life Scrapbooking offers scrappers an entirely new approach to scrapbooking the lives and relationships they cherish. This idea-packed special issue shows them how to create more-meaningful layouts. As they read, they’ll learn how to document relationships in new and interesting ways and find easy strategies for tackling overwhelming topics. Slice of Life Scrapbooking will also help them reflect on the importance of life’s everyday moments.
The Big Picture: Scrapbook Your Life by Stacy Julian Simple Scrapbooks
Stacy Julian, founding editor of Simple Scrapbooks magazine, is best known for her liberating and revolutionary approach to scrapbooking. As an industry pioneer with over ten years experience as a teacher, writer and scrapbooker, Stacy is committed to empowering others. The Big Picture, Stacy’s fourth book, shares ideas, inspiration and solutions for all scrapbookers, regardless of their style or expertise. Inside you'll also find tons of ideas for scrapbook pages and projects, plus everything you need to create your own “Big Picture” tag book!
Scrapbook Shortcuts with Quizzes and Questions 2006 Simple Scrapbooks
This issue shares personality quizzes and questionnaires of all kinds to help scrappers generate meaningful journaling for their scrapbook pages and albums. Self-quizzes help them ask interesting questions and get more of themselves in their albums. There are lots of reader layouts and cool layouts from our talented Simple Scrapbooks designers. If they’re not asking probing questions, how can they tell interesting stories?
The Sound of Paper by Julia Cameron
From Publishers Weekly
Best known as the coauthor of The Artist's Way, creativity guru Cameron now offers a series of personal essays and exercises about working through creative droughts. She emphasizes the importance of acknowledging artist's blocks as a part of the creative process, but also "soldiering through" by continuing to show up "at the typewriter or the easel." In each essay, she invokes her own struggles to make time for creative work and avoid the traps set by the "inner censor." In "Getting at It," she writes that "[w]aiting for art to be easy, we make it hard. We take our emotional temperature and find ourselves below normal, lacking in resolve.... The truth is that getting at it makes it easier. Every day we write creates a habit of writing in us." In the exercise that follows, Cameron suggests that readers list five ways in which they have inched forward in a given day. Some pieces of advice are likely to resonate more with readers than others-and the author's straightforward message can seem one-note at times. But for novice artists looking for encouragement in an uninspired period, this volume could do the trick.
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Writing from Life: Telling Your Soul’s Story by Susan Wittig Albert, Ph.D.
From Publishers Weekly
Believing that all women have stories to tell and that they can grow spiritually as they learn to put those stories into words, Susan Witting Albert provides a guided writing program that is practical and inspiring. Her step-by-step instructions and exercises derive from her 30 years experience as a teacher of writing. She encourages women to discover their own voices through exploration of eight thematic clusters: beginnings and birthings; achievements, gifts and glories; female bodies; loves, lovers, lovings; journeys and journeying; homes and homings; visits to the Valley of Shadows; and, experiences of community. In an appendix, Albert shows writers how to create what she calls a "Story Circle," a community of women who can gain, through sharing their writing, a sense of belonging and an appreciation of "transformative magic of writing." Albert's book brings charm and elegance to the view of writing as a process of self-discovery.
Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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