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Bedtime Stories: The Short, Long and Tall Tales of a Sleepwriter

2.5 of 5 stars 2.50  ·  rating details  ·  2 ratings  ·  1 review
What pops into your head before you try to fall asleep? Five baby pickles, rubber duckies, 13 days of rain, the Lincoln Tunnel, a G-String and dancing cows are some of the ideas that pop into Barbara Worton's head. So, she picks up a pen and notebook, writes down those words and keeps going for three pages. She calls this technique, which she learned from The Artist's Way ...more
Hardcover, 113 pages
Published October 15th 2007 by Great Little Books
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RJ McGill
Dec 17, 2007 RJ McGill rated it 4 of 5 stars
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The new release from author Barbara Worton is a delicious mix of miniature stories, poems and incidental thoughts for you to ponder. “BedTime Stories: The short, long and tall tales of a sleepwriter” cannot be labeled or placed neatly into a box and that is the beauty of it.

Sleep is an elusive treasure for millions of people and had been for Babara Worton for years. In the forward she admits counting sheep only led to thinking about bills and ‘now I lay me’ was simply too scary. With a love of b
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Barbara Worton is not your traditional insomniac. She does sleep, but she simply cant fall asleep until shes done something meaningful with her day. So, before turning off her light to go to sleep, she writes three pages, starting with the first words that pop into her head, no looking back. She calls this technique sleepwriting. Bedtime Stories: The short, long and tall tales of a sleepwriter is ...more
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