I know writing every day is good for one's mental health and general well being. I've even managed to write Morning Pages from time to time. Often I lack inspiration as I stare at the blank page.
Inspiration is exactly what Motaung's book provides. I like how she sets the stage with quotes about writing, about just getting in there and writing. And then she provides the springboard. One word and the space to write about it. Fifty-two words in all.
I have been using her book daily and it has really helped me get into the habit of writing regularly. Motaung suggests five minutes. No editing, no checking for spelling, just write. And it's working.
If you are looking for inspiration and prompts for free writing, this book is a good resource.
You can find out more about Motaung and her program at https://fiveminutefriday.com/ .
My rating: 4/5 stars.
Kate Motaung grew up on the shores of Lake Michigan before spending ten years living in Cape Town, South Africa. She married a South African man and they have three children. She is the author of several books. You can find out more about her and follow her blog at https://katemotaung.com/ .
Kate Motaung, 161 pages.
I received a complimentary digital copy of this book from the author. My comments are an independent and honest review.