then it's not worth doing.
Greenwich, CT (PRWEB) February 8, 2008
Still don't know what to get that special someone for Valentine's Day? Or maybe you need something to help you overcome the winter blahs? Either way, author Neil M. Rosen has the solution for you in his new book, Open Your Heart with Writing (DreamTime Publishing, 2007).
According to the respected Midwest Book Review, Rosen's book is "inspired and inspiring," and "written for the specific purpose of helping people in all walks of life realize what they can achieve in terms of self-help and self-realization through the simple process of writing down their thoughts, their ideas, their observations, their reflections, their stories, poems, and essays."
Whether you're someone who has been writing all your life, or have just taken it up, there is something for you in Open Your Heart with Writing. Rosen mixes anecdotes with memories, exercises with expertise, and all in a tone that suggests he does not take any of it very seriously. "If it isn't fun," says Rosen, "then it's not worth doing."
Open Your Heart With Writing isn't intended as a guide to improving writing skills, nor is it meant to be an instruction manual on getting published. Rather it shows how to take fleeting thoughts and cultivate them into richly embellished tales of mystery, drama, history, poetic expression, and even a kind of spiritual nourishment for the soul.
"I wanted to share the intense joy that writing has provided for me throughout my life," says Rosen. "and encourage readers to find their joy in it, too, through the simplest of exercises and observations."
Apparently the Midwest Book Review agrees.
NEIL M. ROSEN is a serial entrepreneur who is currently president and CEO of eWayDirect, Inc., an emessaging and search marketing firm located in Southport, Connecticut. Open Your Heart with Writing is his first book.
DREAMTIME PUBLISHING is a self-help/spiritual publisher of the Open Your Heart series of books and is located in Gulfport, Florida, and Las Vegas, Nevada. Read the authors' blogs at http://www.dreamtimepublishing.com/blog