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Let this book be your haven, guide, fairy godmother, or map for making your creative dreams real. It's a "paper lantern" to illuminate your path. Your dreams glow in the dark even if you don't ever tend to them. They will wait for you. I know this from my experiences as a recovering procrastinator and perfectionist. My dreams waited for me -- now you can begin to make your creative dreams REAL!

Topics: Creativity, Writing, Therapy, Productivity, Inspirational, Goals & Aspirations, and Guides

Published: Touchstone on
ISBN: 9781439103548
List price: $5.99
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