Ideas” I found a large part of my lost self. I found
a simpatico soul in the author. I found answers to questions
I did not know I had.
I was the child
who could not draw a straight line, nor sing a note on key,
yet I tried so hard for both. I held my hairbrush like a microphone
in front of the mirror as I pretended I could be the next
Ann Wilson of Heart. I held a bass guitar and tried to learn
how to play like Geddy Lee of Rush. In eighth grade, my art
teacher gave me a grade of passing with the notation “Consistent
in classwork.” The truth was I sat in that classroom
day after day, week after week and stared at a blank piece
of paper, afraid to even try to draw.
From the opening
and through all seven chapters and ending with the closing,
I was riveted to each page, even to each and every word. Cathy
Wild has a brilliant manner of conveying the inner knowledge
of how creativity works that many of us have forgotten.
If you know you
are creative, but cannot figure out how to release your creativity,
this book will be your guide. If you are creative and already
express it, this book will help you to dig deeper. In such
a comforting, reassuring and inspirational fashion, Wild brings
you into her own world as she shares experiences and insights
that speak to the reader on a personal level.
is a unique creativity workshop in a book that should be required
reading for anyone who struggles with fear, insecurity, emotional
trauma, or simply unrecognized creativity. It unlocks the
process to show you how to reach your deepest creativity.
Thank you so very
much, Ms. Wild for sharing your own realized dream of writing
a book with those of us who do indeed need it. I feel blessed
to have your book in hand, and I will cherish it always!
recommend “Wild Ideas” highly enough and suggest
that you order a copy today for yourself and at least one
more as a gift for another soul who will benefit greatly from
it. Take a walk on the Wild side. You will be grateful that