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A4A Review: This book is just the kick in the pants a self-defeating author needs to realize they can do it. Tim Grahl tells his own story of how he overcame his fears and realized that his dreams were possible with the right combination of confidence and hard work. It applies to every author who ever doubted whether they were good enough. Inspiring. — Angels for Authors

 


 

When you dream, you envision a magical future…the day when you have heroically slain your dragons and unlocked the creativity and genius buried deep inside.

But how do you actually get to that destination?

You can analyze the myths of visionary creators—artists, writers, musicians, software developers, etc. who have accomplished the impossible. You’ll read about how they went for itrefused to quit, and would not be denied. But exactly how these successful creators went from being fearful dreamers to accomplished artists proves elusive.

Running Down a Dream unflinchingly bares the naked truth of creation and shares the practical to-do list to take you from here to there.

The good news?

You don’t have to be an Austen or a Michelangelo or an Oprah to create a work of art.

The bad news?

There is no glossing over the pain, embarrassment, and financial terror necessary to contend with on your journey to mission accomplished.

More good news?

What lies ahead for you is the realization of your heroic self. The run is worth it in ways you can’t yet imagine.

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1 review for Running Down a Dream

  1. Angel McCoy

    This book is just the kick in the pants a self-defeating author needs to realize they can do it. Tim Grahl tells his own story of how he overcame his fears and realized that his dreams were possible with the right combination of confidence and hard work. It applies to every author who ever doubted whether they were good enough. Inspiring. — Angels for Authors

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