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Books you might be interested in:

Adams, Kathleen: Journal to the Self: Written by the founder of the journal movement in the U.S. Gives you a toolbox of brilliant journal writing techniques.

Aronie, Nancy Slonim: Writing from the Heart: Tapping the Power of Your Inner Voice: A warm book about trusting yourself to write from within.

Fox, John: Finding What You Didn’t Lose: Expressing Your Truth and Creativity Through Poem-Making: Helps you to remember and know that we all can express ourselves through writing poetry.

Goldberg, Natalie: Old Friend From Far Away: The Practice of Writing Memoir: A celebration of the form of memoir and ways to do it.

Goldberg, Natalie: Writing Down the Bones: Freeing the Writer Within: A book which joyfully gives permission to have your own thoughts and write them down how you need to.

Holzer, Burghild Nina: A Walk Between Heaven and Earth: A Personal Journal on Writing and the Creative Process: A beautiful book about the meditative quality of writing.

Rainer, Tristine: The New Diary: How to Use a Journal for Self-Guidance and Expanded Creativity: A blueprint for efficient, productive and creative diary writing.

Sark: Succulent Wild Woman: Dancing With Your Wonderfull Self!: A bright and colorful incentive to play and be creative.

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Barry, Lynda:
What It Is: Writing, creativity and remembering explored in words and pictures.

Harrison, Sabrina Ward: Spilling Open: The Art of Becoming Yourself: A young artist's private journal expressed in words and multi media art.

Herring, Laraine: Writing Begins with the Breath: Embodying Your Authentic Voice: How to tune into your body, connect with your emotions and go deeper into your writing.

Knisley, Lucy: French Milk: A diary in the form of a graphic novel that describes the author's six week stay in Paris.

Mika, Sasaki: Drawings: Quirky, tiny pictures which could act
as endless journal prompts.

Tan, Shaun: Tales from Outer Suburbia: Imaginative picture book for children of all ages.

Trout, Diana: Journal Spilling: Mixed-Techniques for Free Expression: Ways to express yourself in your journal using
visual art.

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