Writing With The I Ching (Writing With Psychology Book 4)

As Philip K Dick used the I Ching to help write The Man in the High Castle, so can you tap the hidden powers of your subconscious mind with the hexagram descriptions given in Writing with the I Ching.

Anna Nilsen’s Writing with the I Ching is about using the 64 Hexagrams of the ancient Chinese divination system to inspire your creative writing.

In this book, you can discover how the 64 different hexagrams of the I Ching system can cast new light on your characters, stories and conflict points and develop them to deeper and more engaging levels.

With one chapter devoted to each of the hexagrams in the King Wen sequence of reading the I Ching, this book covers all manner of different possibilities for your story path.

Anyone familiar with the patterns of thought and energy in the I Ching will be able to use this book to translate those patterns into enjoyable creative fiction.

As the I Ching uses the concepts of the yin and yang to illuminate the difficulties faced by people in their everyday lives, this book uses them to illuminate the minds of the characters in the story and the dramas that they become engaged in.

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Where to buy Writing With The I Ching:

New Zealand readers can buy a paperback copy of Writing With The I Ching from TradeMe HERE.

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16 Moral Dilemmas (Writing With Psychology Book 3)

At the heart of all good creative fiction is a moral dilemma that tears your characters in two. This book describes 16 basic human desires and how they can be used in creative fiction to skewer your characters in dilemmas that will engage your readers.

From power to status, from vengeance to curiosity, this book offers a plethora of ideas for writers who want to amaze their readers with the kind of dilemma that reveals the innermost desires of your character’s hearts.

In sixteen chapters, each reflecting a basic human desire, this book will give any author ideas about how to write a story that leaves the reader enthralled by the difficult decisions your characters have to make in the course of their story lives.

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Where to buy 16 Moral Dilemmas:

New Zealand readers can buy a paperback copy of 16 Moral Dilemmas from TradeMe HERE.

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64 Elementary Story Types (Writing With Psychology Book 2)

64 Elementary Story Types explores the world of archetypes to bring a kaleidoscope of new ideas to your creative fiction.

Delve into this eclectic system for understanding the world of story types and discover how the slightest change to a crucial element of any story can provide a range of new insights for the drama potential of your tale.

The book covers how the dimension of character class can affect a story, and how the energy in the story itself helps determine the emotional vibe of the final outcome.

Whether you’re new to telling stories or a practiced explorer of the imagination, there will something in this book to stoke your imagination and take it to new and exciting places.

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Where to buy 64 Elementary Story Types:

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Writing With the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (Writing With Psychology Book 1)

This book is for creative writers with an interest in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, a classification system for personality psychology. It covers how to use the MBTI to generate ideas for characters, and discusses the sixteen MBTI types. With this book you will learn how the four elementary dimensions of personality can lead to a range of dramatic conflicts that will invigorate your creative fiction.

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New Zealand readers can buy a paperback copy of Writing With the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator from TradeMe HERE.

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