(PRWEB) June 8, 2005
Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) June 8, 2005 Â With six books in 21 languages, New York Times #1 best selling author Dr. Rick Warren of Saddleback Valley Community Church in California relies on the writing process found in the recently re-released book, The IdeaFisher, to keep his writing in top form.
"The IdeaFisher process is my favorite creativity tool," stated Dr. Warren, whose books have sold in excess of 15 million copies. "ThereÂs nothing like it in the universe."
A best-seller in its own right, The IdeaFisher: How to Land That Big Idea and Other Secrets of Creativity was authored by Marsh Fisher, inventor of the patented IdeaFisher creativity process and co-founder of Century 21 Real EstateÂ®.
The result of more than 10 years and $4 million in research, the IdeaFisher writing process helps established and first time writers easily work with their mind's natural creative ability to quickly create dozens of better ways to tighten sentences, develop exciting plot twists and bring their settings to life with vibrant details.
Whether theyÂre working on an adventure, western, comic, fantasy, children's, historic, literary, romance, mystery, horror, science fiction or suspense story, writers quickly find the answers theyÂre looking for with the GuideÂs more than 400 specifically targeted, thought provoking and proactive questions that lead them through getting started and developing characters, to creating scenes, working with genres and revising.
Called "an owner's manual to the mind" by Publishers Weekly, The IdeaFisher book, along with the free $49 Writing Guide, is available exclusively at http://www.ideafisher-book.com where it can be ordered and downloaded via the secure SSL server for only $45.95. The IdeaFisher can also be ordered by calling 800-770-9883 M-F 9-5 PST.
An excerpt of The IdeaFisher can be previewed at http://www.ideafisher-book.com/writing.pdf.
Published by Communications Strategies of Newport Beach, CA, The IdeaFisher was originally published by Peterson's/Pacesetter Books.
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