Companion Journal to the book - It's All in the Sharing

eBook (PDF), 105 Pages
(1 Ratings)
Price: $10.00
Companion Journal to the book - It's All in the Sharing. Richard offers this journal with the intention of helping you begin the journey of writing and getting your thoughts out and onto paper. Each page has a empowering, creative and inspiring sound-bite to create a spark within you to write. This journal is a perfect gift for someone who is needing to tap into their creative side or the writer within.
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  • By Cody James
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Love the quotes on each pages!" I am becoming a fan of this writer. After reading his book, It's All in the Sharing, I decided to buy this journal. When I got it I was very impressed with how clear and easy it was to use and write inside of it. The quotes on the top of each page really touch my heart and soul. Some of them were like thoughts I would sit with and think about for days and even share them friends. He talks about helping you become a writer or just get your thoughts out and onto paper. Since I got this journal I have written in it everyday and love it. I recommend this journal or anything this writer produces. He has real gift! Cody James
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Richard Seaman - In-Rich YourSelf
September 30, 2011
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