Songwriting Without Boundaries: Lyric Writing Exercises for by Pat Pattison

By Pat Pattison

Infuse your lyrics with sensory detail!

Writing nice track lyrics calls for perform and self-discipline. Songwriting with no Boundaries can help you decide to regimen perform via enjoyable writing routines.

This precise choice of greater than one hundred fifty sense-bound activates is helping you improve the abilities you want to:
* faucet into your senses and inject your writing with shiny details
* successfully use metaphor and comparative language
* upload rhythm for your writing and deal with phrasing

Songwriters, in addition to writers of different genres, will reap the benefits of this number of sensory writing demanding situations. Divided into 4 sections, Songwriting with no Boundaries gains 4 various fourteen-day demanding situations with timed writing routines, in addition to examples from different songwriters, poets, and prose writers.

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