This book was written to be accessible to all walks of faith & life. It may be used as a workbook, also in a group setting. Write in the margins & on lined pages. Rice says, Never be afraid... More > to write bad poetry! Writers forget they have a secret power: to destroy the pieces of writing they don't like.
The first section is "Finding Sense": 12 non-religious "Life Exercises". Rice asks readers to think of these exercises as conversations about how to pay attention to life's experiences, to im-press instead of de-press.
The second section is "Writing Prompts". Gentle "Writing Exercises" originally published in The Other Herald, a Western NY literary paper. This is a conversation about resolving writer's block, or rejuvenating your creative writing.
T. F. Rice is also the author of two crossover books, linking poetry with family travel, scrapbooking, & journaling:
The City/Country Poet's Guide to Old Forge, New York: Memories of Great Times & ...to Perry, New York: Small Towns Are Not So Small< Less