A supportive guide to approaching writing as a sacred art and to discovering spirituality through the process of writing. * Writing exercises present new ways for writers to break through blocks and explore their spirituality while cultivating their craft. * Translates the diverse spiritual and creative practices of shamans, warriors, mystics, monks, and contemporary writers into concrete tips and lessons.
This is not a book to read cover to cover. Rather it is a manual, a 'how to' in one sense. The exercises in the book guide a writer through writer's block and into the flow. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Barb Lieberman, Fiction Author
Unusual, interesting read ! I like it. Love the cover as well!Published 6 months ago by Liv Fox (libby Fox)
I liked this book an awful lot. On the one hand, it helps you think about how big this creative journey is. How deep, how primal. On the other, it's just plain useful. Read morePublished 13 months ago by David H. Ebenbach
Jepson offers salve for the weary writer's soul, along with a number of thoughtful exercises, some falling into the very basic category (writing by mixing the senses - or... Read morePublished on December 16, 2012 by Susan B Koefod
A book that helps those who need to write to take their steps forward to help themselves and nurture the rest of us.Published on March 6, 2011 by C. Yurchak
You will never again experience writer's block after reading this book. Jepson offers so many wonderful ideas of how to jump start your writing, and practice your craft, you don't... Read morePublished on February 27, 2011 by Teresa J. Reasor
I usually make an effort not to read overly religious material, but this wasn't of the "trying to convert you to a specific religion" group, but rather more about spirituality in a... Read morePublished on August 27, 2009 by Beth