This is a great way to awaken the "artist" in each of us. It is best if read and done as a group of those whom you can feel comfortable with. There is a website that goes with this book and is a really good companion.
The study takes timw and the morning pages are really important, but worth the time involved.
This is an exciting, well written book. The plot took many twists and turns and kept you reading and not putting the book down. Great read. I'm looking forward to her next one. I have read all the books in this serie3s and they just get better with each one.
What a great read! This book is fast moving with good development of the characters. Their interaction is well written, and adds excitment to the plot. The extra information about cat is an extra added bonus to the book. I look forward to the next book in this series.
This is an interesting, well writen view of the Arapaho people with many interesting bits of information about the native American life today as well as centuries ago. The writer weaves many twists and turns into the story to keep your attention. it is a hard book to put down.
This is the third book in the series about Lousia May Alcott. These are set in the time before she wrote "Little Women". The way they lived, with little money and the interesting adventures she had during her youth. The relationships with other notables of that day and how the writing of stories and sewing helped to provide for her and the Alcott family in those lean times. I wish Anna Maclean would write another in the series.