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Fearless Creating Paperback – Oct 17 1995
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Besides being a writer himself, Eric Maisel is a therapist with a practice centered around artists, writers and performers and has seen many of the demons that haunt the creative life firsthand. In this inventive workbook, he comes up with many exercises designed to help you blast through your own inertia and fear, to get you back to the typewriter, the easel, or on the stage where you belong.
About the Author
A featured speaker at writers’ conferences and a regular contributor to Writer’s Digest, psychotherapist Eric Maisel has written twenty-two works of fiction and nonfiction including The Creativity Book, Deep Writing, A Life in the Arts, Fearless Creating, and Affirmations for Artists. He lives near San Francisco.
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As an author, I found Maisel's principles and advice to resonate with my experience. Working on an outline for my next book as I read, I found the book inspirational and fun as well as reassuring. If you liked Julia Cameron's THE ARTIST'S WAY, you'll love this book as much as I did.
I am recommending it to all my creative friends.
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A friend of mine recommended "Fearless Creating" and after reading just one chapter I found myself scrambling around the house, searching for paints and brushes. Read morePublished on March 20 2001
I found this book to be lacking in creativity. While some of the exercises in the book were useful in getting me started writing, parts of the book put me to sleep, which did... Read morePublished on March 18 2001
Always looking for good motivational books, this sounded like something that would fit my criteria. After reading the introduction, I'm ready to put it in the trash. Read morePublished on Oct. 16 2000 by P. J. Kozola
Maisel has done something unique: written a creativity workbook that is actually creative. Avoiding some of the cliché's which make some of the more popular... Read morePublished on Jan. 18 1999 by firstname.lastname@example.org
This book, used in conjunction with Natalie Goldberg's "Writing Down the Bones," helped me to develop the discipline to write every day. Read morePublished on Oct. 11 1998 by email@example.com