Your Writing Coach

Your Writing Coach by Jurgen Wolff


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Jurgen Wolff: Your Writing Coach


Jurgen WolffJurgen Wolff is a writer who teaches creativity and right-brain writing workshops around the world. He has written half a dozen books, including Your Writing Coach" (Nicholas Brealey Publishing) and Do Something Different (Virgin Books). His screen credits include the feature film, "The Real Howard Spitz," starring Kelsey Grammer and more than 100 produced episodes of various series, including "Relic Hunter," "Benson," and "Family Ties," as well as his animated series, "Norman Normal." He divides his time between London and Los Angeles. Learn more at JurgenWolff.com.


An Endless Flow of Ideas: The Four Brainstorming Guidelines

Inspiration is wonderful, when it happens. The problem is that it is notoriously unreliable. These are strategies and techniques that help you come up with ideas whenever you need them.


The Power of Off-the-Wall Combinations

This technique of combining unlikely elements in order to create something new occurs again and again in the arts, the sciences, and in business.


How to be a Successful Part-Time Writer

Juggling a full-time job, family and personal obligations, and limited leisure time with writing is a major challenge. These six suggestions can show you how you can successfully do it all.


Interview with TV Script Writer and Author Jurgen Wolff

In this engaging conversation, Jurgen discusses the right-brain approach to writing, writing in collaboration with others, and how finding stimulating objects in your environment can trigger writing ideas.


More with Author Jurgen Wolff

Jurgen WolffJurgen Wolff is a writer who teaches creativity and right-brain writing workshops around the world. He has written half a dozen books and his screen credits include the feature film, "The Real Howard Spitz," starring Kelsey Grammer and more than 100 produced episodes of various television series. ...


The Four Brainstorming Guidelines


The Power of Off-the-Wall Combinations


How to be a Successful Part-Time Writer


Interview with Author Jurgen Wolff


Your Writing Coach by Jurgen Wolff