The Artist's Way

The Artist's Way

The Artist?s Way is the seminal book on the subject of creativity. An international bestseller, millions of readers have found it to be an invaluable guide to living the artist?s life. Still as vital today?or perhaps even more so?than it was when it was first published one decade ago, it is a powerfully provocative and inspiring work. In a new introduction to the book, Jul The Artist?s Way is the seminal book on the subject of creativity. An international bestseller, millions of rea...

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Title:The Artist's Way
Author:Julia Cameron
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:The Artist's Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:237 pages pages

The Artist's Way Reviews

  • Rosie
    May 04, 2007
    I read and did the exercises in this book during the most intense professional and personal time in my life. It was a life-changer because it allowed me to articulate my life purpose which is fundamentally about using my voice and helping others to find theirs. I recommend this book of...
  • Lena
    Jul 26, 2007
    This is a really difficult book for me to rate. At the time I first read it fifteen years ago, it did wonders to open me up creatively. I was still struggling to slough off some negative parental programming about being a writer, and this book (along with a good friend) helped give me ...
  • Annie
    Apr 07, 2008
    Another book that has changed my life! (See also: The Runner's Handbook!) I have started this book many times and not finished my 12-week (or more) commitment, but this time, when I got to the point where I wanted to give up, I kept on going, and let me tell you where I am now, as a re...
  • Kathleen
    Sep 28, 2007
    A book to cheer you on when you feel like you can only look longingly at your passion (writing, painting, drawing...) because the dog needs a walk and the kids need a bath, and you've bills to pay so you've just come home from a job that took you from the house and back to it without a...
  • Kate
    Feb 13, 2009
    Julia Cameron works my last nerve. She's always talking about looking out at the sun-dappled mesas of New Mexico, or using some other affected, high-falutin' lingo about her gloriously new age, trendy life. Meanwhile, I look out at the cracked concrete of my driveway in the Chicago dri...
  • Pewterbreath
    Jan 08, 2008
    Look, for writers and artists whatever inspires you to create is a good thing. However, I found this book (For me) to be too "I am an artist, I am bohemian, I create" attitude. Writing (or any of the arts) has a greater verity for my when it's a little less "GIFT OF THE GODS" and a lit...
  • Jerome
    Jan 19, 2009
    My New Year's resolution for 1998 was to finally actually DO the Artists' Way. I had given it to several people close to me for the last three holidays, but I had never actually done the process. This is not a book to read. It is a book to do and it promises major life changes in 13 we...
  • Byron
    Sep 18, 2011
    On the whole, the key to the Artist's Way is selfishness. That is something I fundamentally disagree with. You should not skip your child's soccer game to paint your masterpiece. Your kid is the masterpiece. All of the relationships in your life are masterpieces. I use that as an examp...
  • Gayle Pitman
    Jul 18, 2012
    I was introduced to The Artist's Way back in 2005 when I took a college class on creativity. If I hadn't signed up for that class, I'm sure I would have never picked up this book. I expected The Artist's Way to be full of fluffy, New-Agey platitudes, and I approached it with cynicism a...
  • Michael Laflamme
    Aug 31, 2014
    http://mrlshelflife.wordpress.com/201... The Artist?s Way, while it contains some gems, is an overall disappointment. I?ve started it several times and it took me this fourth time to get all the way through. I had previously blamed my inability to finish it more on myself than o...