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The Artist's Date Book

by Julia Cameron

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Oh dear. This is just too much. Don't bother with this. Too large to be used for a quick calendar, yet too small to be used as a real date book, all that it houses is cartoons by Julia Cameron's sister (not terrifically witty ones,) yet another description of morning pages/artist dates and very few lines for one to stick...I'm not even sure what one would put there. It's a completely useless book in reality. I started mine and quickly found it a waste of space and moreover -- I wanted the info that I wrote there in other, more useful, places. ( )
  ellamcc | Mar 3, 2008 |
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In The Artist's Way, Julia Cameron addressed a complex subject in a way that has allowed millions of aspiring and working artists to tap into their own creativity. With her companion book The Artist's Way Morning Pages Journal, Cameron focused readers on one of two primary tools in her programs. Now The Artist's Date Book directs readers toward the second tool. Encompassing a year of creativity, with illustrations by Elizabeth Cameron Evans, 365 provocative tasks, and ample inventory space, it is whimsical, inspiring, entertaining, and wise. The book leads readers to involve themselves in daily meetings with their creative self, guiding them to authentic growth, renewal, and confidence.

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