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Inspiration Unbound: The Story Behind the Book

Hey everybody! Today I’d like to spend some time talking about Inspiration Unbound, and you guessed it, the inspiration behind writing the book!

As many of you are probably already aware, I’ve struggled with anxiety for many years. It can be very difficult dealing with something that makes you feel weak and unable to do even the simplest of things.

Years ago, it was recommended to me by both my therapist and my dad that I write about my anxiety. My therapist noted that in addition to blogging being a way for me to express my feelings and help myself overcome my obstacles, it would also be a good way to connect with others who struggle with mental health issues like anxiety. He was right. I’ve ‘met’ many wonderful individuals on this site and have been able to help myself, and hopefully others, get through their anxiety and learn that we are not alone in our struggles.

Through blogging and writing, I have learned the power of sharing one’s experiences. I wanted to put together a book that would help others stay positive through even the darkest of times and serve as a reminder that one is never alone when dealing with overcoming their obstacles.

When I shared my idea of writing Inspiration Unbound with Gary Ginsburg, he thought it would be cool if we teamed up – I would write the articles and he would write poetry. Knowing that Gary is talented, I quickly agreed and then the process of creating the book began! I truly believe we’ve put together a book that will help inspire and motivate!

I hope that you’ve enjoyed this behind the scenes look at me and Gary’s new book, Inspiration Unbound: With Articles by B.W. Ginsburg and Poetry by Gary Ginsburg. The e-book and paperback version of the book can be purchased here. Thank you!

-B.W. Ginsburg

 

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The Books!

Hey everybody! Below you will find a list of the books that I have written. Inspiration Unbound was written by both myself and Gary Ginsburg. Thank you for your support! If you have read or read one of the following and enjoy it, I ask that you please recommend the book(s) to more readers. Thank you!

For Fantasy lovers (YA to Adult):

“Though decades apart, two young girls are connected in a way that is both fantastical and surreal. When twelve year old Louise Erikson finds out that she holds the key to saving a nine year old who disappeared twenty years earlier, she decides to accept the challenge. Will Louise be able to rescue the girl and the others locked away with her before it’s too late?”

For Fantasy and Horror short story lovers (Adult):

“The real meaning of Hell, a woman’s love for Halloween gone horribly wrong, and a magical pen. A mysterious place called Dream Land and an inanimate object that, with a little luck and hard work, helps change the world. In these five fantastical, terrifying, and beautiful stories, you will discover that there is more to life than the ordinary and explainable.”

For inspirational article and poetry lovers:

“The world is a beautiful place. From nature to the kindness of those around us, examples of inspiration are always within our reach. Unfortunately, due to negative forces, sometimes we forget just how blessed we truly are.

Within this book, you will find both articles and poetry that will lift your spirits; that will assure you that you are not alone in your struggles. So sit back, relax, and allow the words on these pages to fill your heart and mind with peace and confidence.”

Inspiration Unbound: With Articles by B.W. Ginsburg and Poetry by Gary Ginsburg by [Ginsburg, B.W. Ginsburg and Gary]

 

 

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Book Release!

Hey everybody! I have some very exciting news! The new inspirational article and poetry book, Inspiration Unbound, written by myself and Gary Ginsburg is now available for purchase on Amazon.com! The book is available in both paperback and ebook format! If interested, you can find the books via this link:

https://www.amazon.com/B.W.-Ginsburg/e/B01MU5Y0YL/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_3?qid=1528307402&sr=8-3

 

Inspiration Unbound: With Articles by B.W. Ginsburg and Poetry by Gary Ginsburg
Ebook version of Inspiration Unbound

 

Inspiration Unbound: With Articles by B.W. Ginsburg and Poetry by Gary Ginsburg
Paperback version of Inspiration Unbound

 

 

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Collaborating

A couple of posts back, I spoke about how I am currently collaborating with a loved one on a new inspirational article/poetry book. Today I’d like to talk about the benefits of doing so.

1.) You get to combine your own writing style with someone else’s – We all have different ways of writing and different voices. Collaborating is a great way for us to share the words of different writers and see how well they mesh together.

2.) You learn how to work with each other – Collaborating takes hard work and patience. No matter how on top of things your writing partner may be, you have to learn to work together and have respect for one another.

3.) It’s fun – Being able to share your thoughts and ideas with someone you trust; to be able to combine your work and create something wonderful, is extremely beneficial and fun!

4.) Two (or more) heads are better than one – The old adage is true – the more people you have working on a project together, the better things will most likely turn out. If you have a talented group of individuals working together and checking things over, chances are your project will be extremely successful.

5.) Collaborating builds trust and patience – Just like benefit number 2, by working together, you learn the true importance of trust and having patience. You learn that you are not the only one working on something and therefore, you need to respect all people involved.

I must say that I highly recommend collaboration. However, like with everything, I suggest you collaborate with someone you truly trust. I am very excited to share that our current project is going extremely well and that we look forward to sharing our project with all of you.

Thank You,

B.W. Ginsburg

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The Importance of Positivity

Getting Through Anxiety

With working on a book that will be filled with articles and poetry about positivity and getting through our struggles, I thought I would take the time to express why I feel writing about positivity is so important.

While sources of happiness, joy, and friendship surround us on a daily basis, I think we often pass them by without notice. It’s not necessarily our fault, it’s just hard sometimes when living our busy lives and hearing about such negativity in the world, to focus on all of the good. Though there are self-help books and other literary resources to help us find comfort and peace, I think that the best way to find strength and confidence within the literary world, is to find something that really connects with us; something we can all relate to. I think that reading helpful articles and poetry that build us up instead of making…

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New Writing Project!

Hey everybody!

As many of you already know, I am currently working on a new novel! In addition, someone very special and I are working on an inspirational article and poetry book! I am very excited to share this news with all of you!

Struggling with anxiety, I have come to see the importance of gathering all the inspiration we can find. Whether it’s befriending someone who will be there to support us through thick and thin, or learning how to deal with past disappointments, we all need to search for ways to help us through the most difficult of times. I’m hoping that this collaboration with a loved one will help bring peace and hope to all of us who struggle.

In addition to being excited for this new project because I find it important to share words of wisdom and motivation, I am also thrilled to announce that this will be the first time I write a book with this very talented writer – this will be their first piece of published work and we are very excited to share it with all of you.

Please stay tuned as I will continue to post more information about this upcoming project!

Thank You,

B.W. Ginsburg