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A Broom of One's Own: Words on Writing, Housecleaning, and Life (P.S.)by Nancy Peacock
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In A Broom of One's Own, Nancy Peacock, whose first novel was selected by the New York Times as a Notable Book of the Year, explores with warmth, wit, and candor what it means to be a writer. An encouragement to all hard-working artists, no matter how they make a living, Peacock's book provides valuable insights and advice on motivation, craft, and criticism while offering hilarious anecdotes about the houses she cleans.
Peacock explores what it means to be a writer, and provides advice on subjects such as inspiration, craft, and criticism, and offers hilarious anecdotes about the houses she cleans. With its warmth and wit, "A Broom of One's Own" is an encouragement to all artists--however they make a living.
About the Author
Nancy Peacock is the author of two novels, Life Without Water and Home Across the Road. She has worked as a housecleaner, bartender, carpenter, locksmith, costumer, baker, waitress, assistant drum maker, and newspaper deliverer. Now a writing teacher, she lives with her husband in Chatham County, North Carolina.
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