Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life

Bird by Bird

Authors: Anne Lamott,

This is a book that uplifts, inspires and motivates writers around the world. Anne Lamott was a kid when her ten-year-old brother was overwhelmed by an essay about birds that was due the following day. When he was close to breaking down, their father embraced him and gave him the following profound piece of advice — “Bird by bird, buddy.”

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