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I read a chapter every morning of this book.
When one reads one of Julia Cameron's creativity books such as The Artist's Way, Vein of Gold and this book, one must commit to writing "Morning Pages".
I continue to find the book very motivating in this very way...it makes me want to get on with things and stop hesitating.
I guess I could have reread the first book and save myself $16. I couldn't finish it since it seemed like a very wordy analogies/metaphors that iterated the Artist's Way (but you... Read morePublished 1 month ago by donna
I enjoyed this sequel to The Artist's Way but felt it did not have as much impact on my creative life as that book. There was a sameness to the exercises. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Veronica Richards
I am amazed at the arrogance that Julia expresses in writing this book. It seems a resentment manifesto towards therapy and the therapies as a whole. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rebecca White
Cameron's The Artist's Way is transformative. I loved it but felt slightly wary of buying a follow-up since sometimes, follow-up books can be repetitive and therefore... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Marilyn Morgan
A group of woman friends are going to use this book for a 1 year journey together, going through 1 chapter per month.
So far I am enjoying the process. Read more
I have every one of Julia Camerons books. I am well pleased with her message and her mission to steer creatives in the right direction. Very well written and encouraging. Read morePublished 6 months ago by M. H.
I received it promptly. It is a great method to stir creativity. If you need to get into habits that increase your ability to produce ideas, this will help.Published 6 months ago by A. Schwab