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Unleashing The Creative Child Within You

Monday, July 2nd, 2012

Creativity Prompt's BookPlease allow me to introduce or perhaps reintroduce my book: “Unleashing The Creative Child Within You”.

This book contains the secret key to unlock your creativity.

  • Have you lost touch with your creativity?
  • Do you regret not finishing your scrapbook layouts or other crafty projects?
  • Do you miss the simple and utter joy of creation that you once knew as a child?
  • Would you welcome a way to get it back? And with it, the passion, purpose and fulfillment that’s been missing from your life?
  • If any of these questions make you stop and think… then this is the perfect book for you.

    Wouldn’t it feel wonderful to experience that sense of creative freedom again? And to feel it on a regular basis?

    Creativity is available to anyone, no matter who they are or what they do. Because that spark of creativity you knew as a child continues to smolder within you, awaiting your summons. In other words, that creative child within you still wants to come out and play…

    In this e-book you will discover…

    • A simple formula to increase YOUR creativity, rather than mold and shape your creativity to the standards of others…
    • How to recognize and get rid of the creativity blocks in your life.
    • How to think outside the box and discover the joy of making your own creative way in the world.
    • A process to regain the creative enthusiasm you had as a child.
    • Carefully designed exercises to help you reinvigorate your creativity and recognize the joy and reward that comes from creative expression.
    • How you can live your life in a more creative way.
    • The one technique to stop listening to the marketing prompts that invade our consciousness daily and rob us of true creativity.
    • The system to create a direct and immediate link to your creative inner child, who is waiting to come out and play.

    There is no fluff here, no rhetoric and no shallow new-age promises. This book is a concise roadmap toward enabling your renewed creative expression.

    Once you begin this journey, there is no looking back. Because when you live creatively, the only place you’ll want to look is to the future, where the next creative reward awaits.

    Get “Unleashing the Creative Child Within You” on your Kindle today for just $4.99 and let your creativity grow! [or borrow it for free if you are an Amazon Prime member!]

    Do you not own a Kindle device? No problem! You can read Kindle books on your smart phones or on your PC or MAC. Downloading the Kindle App or software is absolutely free.


    Wednesday, October 20th, 2010


    [Font: Adler; Digital Kits: Fly Boy, Frame Essentials and Digi Essentials by Karla Dudley as well as You Are amazing, Can’t Buy Me Love and Aged Labels by Shimelle Laine for Two Peas In A Bucket.]

    The journaling on my layout describes my obsession quite clearly, here you go:

    This stack of books may look innocent on its face, but once you’ll learn all these books are new purchases (the four at the top are from today) you may look at it differently.
    I’m obsessed with books.
    As you can see my taste is very eclectic. I like many genres and always enjoy a good book to get lost in.
    I am currently reading “We The Living” by Ayn Rand and in this stack there are:

    1. The Source by Michener
    2. Outlander by Gabaldon
    3. Never Let Me Go by Ishiburo
    4. The Girl With The Dragon Tatoo by Stieg
    5. Walden by Thoreau
    6. The Portrait Of A Lady by James
    7. By Fire By Water by Kaplan
    8. Hearts in Atlantis by King
    9. She’s Come Undone by Lamb
    10. All Quiet On The Western Front by Remarque
    11. Scarpetta by Cornwell

    My addiction is well fed and well nourished.
    If only I had more time…


    Have you grabbed a good book lately? Please, do share!
    [There’s a good chance I’ll get it if I don’t already have it…]

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    Inspiration Prompt #18 – Book Meme

    Monday, September 22nd, 2008

    The man who doesn’t read good books has no advantage over the man who can’t read them.
    Mark Twain

    Books are my great love. I can get lost in a world made up by the author and stay in it long after I have finished reading the book. I feel extremely passionate towards events and people in memoirs (and sometimes in fiction novels as well). I can finish up a book in one long reading, even if I start on one day and finish on another… I can wake up in the middle of the night, feeling I must go on and read. I am like that – either going at full steam or not going at all… I’m a nerd but I don’t mind 🙂

    I have always been like that. I have always been a bookworm. I remember stacking books under my pillow as a small child. To my parents’ dismay, I always fell asleep over a mountain of 8-10 books, my neck completely bent and distorted but a smile was smothered all over my face. I also have numerous pictures with a book opened, held in my hands, while I was fast asleep…

    This is why I immediately knew I had to follow a book meme I saw on She-Power (a great blog, by the way), which goes like that:

    What was the last book you bought?

    A Brother’s Journey, by Richard B. Pelzer.

    Name a book you have read MORE than once

    Life Artist, by Ali Edwards.

    Has a book ever fundamentally changed the way you see life? If yes, what was it?

    Tuesdays With Morrie, by Mitch Albom.

    How do you choose a book – eg. by cover design and summary, recommendations or reviews

    Recommendation & summary.

    Do you prefer Fiction or Non-Fiction?

    I love both just the same.

    What’s more important in a novel – beautiful writing or a gripping plot?

    Beautiful writing is REALLY important to me. I can derive great joy from the writing by itself. However, if the plot has nothing to it, I’d probably lose interest pretty quickly.

    Most loved/memorable character (character/book)

    Mariam and Layla in A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini.

    For good measure I am going to throw in some questions of my own to the book-meme:

    Which book or books can be found on your nightstand at the moment?

    Nineteen Eighty-Four, by George Orwell.

    The Anti 9 To 5 Guide, by Michelle Goodman.

    What was the last book you’ve read, and when was it?

    Kafka On The Shore, by Haruki Murakami – last Thursday.

    Have you ever given up on a book half way in?

    No… Though I really should…

    You Are Tagged –

    I would love to hear your answers to the book meme and get to know you better. Please leave your answers as a comment to this post – you can also link to a post on your own blog. Spread on the book meme and don’t forget to tag three other people while you’re at it.

    I tag Vered (though I know you’re not really into memes), Amy and Joce – three talented bloggers I luv.

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