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The best book on writing I have ever read! I recommend it to any writer who wants to avoid becoming a hack (so easy to do), It is my go to book daily for inspiration and to remind... Read morePublished 2 months ago by sunnyfader
Gail is so human and inspiring at once, and her Zen spirituality enriches her recommendations for the writing process. Her book reads so lyrically. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ibrahim
This is a well-written book about writing by one who is autoritative about writing, teaching, and eastern paths. The book is clever, practical, and fun to read.Published 9 months ago by P. Warren
A worthy read. Writing as a zen practice makes sense. Better than how to books.
Namaste from one writer to the next.
I am inspired by the writing and supported by the directions. There are practical suggestions for writing practice that support me as a writer.Published 20 months ago by Sheila Klein
I keep this at my bedside and read the passages and thoughts before sleeping, they go down easy and seem to ready my mind for writing in the following days.Published 20 months ago by G. Wilson
This is a gem for any new writer who wants to make writing a spiritual practice. it is funny, accurate and useful.Published 21 months ago by Ric Iannolino
TS Elliot review. I love the title which made me buy the book. The first few entries are fabulous, then the book devolves into a more didactic approach. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Jakela
Gail Sher is a writer, a teacher, a psychotherapist and a zen buddhist. She has infused this book with her accumulated wisdom garnered from many years of experience in all of these... Read morePublished on October 24, 2007 by Grumple Dumple