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To Be a Great Writer, Ride The Beast

When I have conversations with people interested in publishing a book, or those who dream of becoming consistent writers, there is almost always a hint of shame in the air. 518 more words

Writing Tips

Book Review: The War of Art

I just recently blew through The War of Art, an interesting and unique self help book from author Steven Pressfield about the creative process. I’d had it recommend by some people as well as seeing it come up based on my Amazon history, so since it was available for very cheap through the Kindle store, I figured I’d give it a try. 250 more words


Day #877:Saying no to everything else

Steven Pressfield had called himself an author for years, but he’d never actually finished a book. He just went through life feeling smug, feeling better than those regular schmucks, because he thought of himself as an author. 202 more words


Day Six. Healthy Habits and How They Can Change Me.

So, the original prompt for this writing piece read “something you would like to change about yourself” and I thought that my title would be more fitting. 748 more words

365 Day Challenge

[1: 1,640 of 10,000] Why Reading A Book Another Time Gives New Meaning?

I am currently re-reading “The War of Art” by Steven Pressfield, its been years since the last time I read it and I do found new meanings as I peruse the words all over again. 188 more words


Ira Glass: The Creative Gap

Steven Pressfield, author of the excellent The War Of Art, talks about resistance being the enemy of creativity.  According to Pressfield, resistance is anything that stops us doing what we want to do. 235 more words

In bed

I was so proud of myself last night. I was falling well asleep in front of the tv so I got right in bed at 9:30 and slept. 286 more words