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Praise for Write

"A real writing accelerator and activator. Excuse me, I need to go write now." 
— SARK, artist and author of SARK's New Creative Companion
"In just the right way, Writewill help struggling writers get unstuck and in sync. When they practice Karen Peterson's suggestions for promoting smooth brain-body connections, the words will flow!" 
— Carol Kranowitz, M.A., author of The Out-of-Sync Child
"In this sequel to her seminal work on 'procrastination,' Karen Peterson has given us a meticulous treatise on the specific problems of 'writer's block.' Ranging from the social to the psychological causes, she offers a step-by-step program for overcoming a truly debilitating condition." 
— Gerald Costanzo, poet, professor of English, Director of Carnegie Mellon University Press and author, Nobody Lives on Arthur Godfrey Boulevard

Praise for The Tomorrow Trap

"When one is ready, the teacher appears. The lessons of this book can well be that teacher in your life. So start now. Stop procrastinating and read it. Your life can be changed." 
— Bernie Siegel, M.D., author of Love, Medicine, and Miracles
"This book offers a compassionate yet humorous approach that helps us stop procrastinating so we can lead the lives we've always wanted." 
— John Bradshaw, author of Bradshaw On: The Family
"By showing us that procrastination involves a combination of physiological, psychological, and spiritual factors, this book offers a unique way out of a trap we've all fallen into at one time or another." 
— Joan Borysenko, Ph.D., author of Guilt is the Teacher, Love is the Lesson

Write.Write: 10 Days to Overcome Writer's Block. Period.

"As well researched and helpful a book
on writing as I've ever read."
— Kurt Vonnegut

Writers want  to write, but often find themselves whirling through cyberspace, glued to HBO with a box of doughnuts, careening off to the nearest Starbuck's, and/or carving out last week's fossilized spaghetti from the kitchen table. 

Sound familiar? This is what Dr. Karen E. Peterson— who has overcome writer's block herself—calls "the write-or-flight response." In this revolutionary book, psychologist and novelist Karen E. Peterson presents an effective way to outwit writer's block. Based on new brain research and sound psychological principles, this innovative program shows writers how to conquer writer's block using:

  • Exercises to conquer the "write-or-flight" response
  • Techniques to create that elusive "writing mood"
  • Parallel monologue and interior dialogue to jumpstart the writing process
  • Checklists to see which side of the brain is blocking you

With case examples and a healthy dollop of humor, Write. helps both seasoned and neophyte writers to enjoy the process of sending their creativity—and productivity—soaring to new heights.

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The Tomorrow TrapThe Tomorrow Trap: Unlocking the Secrets of the Procrastination-Protection Syndrome
The Procrastination-Protection Syndrome explains why we: 

know the basic principles of time management but can't seem to use them
often procrastinate on tasks that require solitude
avoid making decisions that are extremely important
often engage in compulsive eating, smoking, excessive caffeine consumption, or other meaningless activities
feel like workaholics but never seem to finish anything
don't feel that we are fulfilling our destinies
avoid the use of the right side of the brain, which holds the key to ending procrastination

Borrowing equally from her own story of recovery from procrastination, composite clinical case examples, psychological research, and interviews with highly productive individuals such as Dr. Bernie Siegel, Karen Peterson offers a way out of the tomorrow trap so that we can finally take charge of our lives, savor success, and embrace our essential destinies. 


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