From Library Journal
Here, Klauser (Writing on Both Sides of the Brain; Put Your Heart on Paper) instructs her readers to write down their most extravagant wishes and, merely by the act of recording them, make them come true. She claims that the writings themselves are so powerful that they will influence external circumstances. Eventually, however, she reveals that this wish-writing is neither magical nor miraculous. It requires practitioners not only to write their wishes but also to participate actively in achieving them. Her technique is intended to clarify goals, increase self-confidence, and dispel self-doubt, and she describes how it has dramatically improved her life and the lives of her friends and acquaintances. Her faith in the power of writing is evident in her work; readers who share her faith may benefit from her prescribed course of wish fulfillment. Recommended for all public libraries.-Yan Toma & Jessica Wolff, Queens Borough P.L., Flushing, NY
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Mary LoVerde author of Stop Screaming at the Microwave
Easy to read and packed with ideas that changed my life. Dr. Klauser's ideas work, and she shows you how to reap the benefits.
Verna Noel Jones Rocky Mountain News
Klauser's advice is eye-opening and contagious enough to make you pull out a notebook and pen, even as you read.