This book is a must-read for anyone that wishes to become a writer, because it reveals many facts that, although not present in every single writer, contribute to reveal the source of the skills that most refuse to acknowledge or describe to others. Nevertheless, although many would praise the content here described as path to creativity and a solution for procrastination, many have seen it as a menace to their status quo, and a revelation of knowledge that they wish would never be found. The fact remains that many writers can’t deal with competition and threats to their infatuated ego. However, this book is not intended for such type of writer, but for all the others, that don’t even know their own potential as writers.
To be a writer is not a choice but a life commitment and a spiritual activity to be experienced in a daily basis. Those that refuse the laws of creative writing will never write properly, easily or effortlessly, no matter how many techniques or good ideas they may have. But, throughout the chapters of this book, it’s shown the emotional cycle that all artists, especially writers, experience in order to fulfill their purpose. It’s explained here how writers travel between the spiritual and material worlds in order to make the connection that later allows them to express in any kind of topic, from self-help to science-fiction books.
Writers are powerful beings, capable to endure the most demanding of all tasks, and that’s why not everyone can be one. The difference between someone taking a lifetime to write one book and the one able to do it in less than a day, or even an hour, defines a measurement between the most capable soul and the less experienced.
To be a creative writer is, above anything else, related to spiritual conscience. The difficulties that this person, traveling between light and darkness, carries are what distinguishes him from other people. This book explains how it occurs and the steps that mature writers can identify with. This is also a book for all those that have lost the ability to write and wish to regain it, and for those that with to write more and faster. It is about the true and only important key to creative writing – the soul of the writer.