As he purges intense fear, a writer comes closer to facing some deep abuse issues, and he prepares to face the “monsters in the closet”.
A writer experiences rejection from literary agents and comes up with a Plan B for to self publish his book.
A writer with a mental block about publishing his work reaches the point where it is time to pursue publication on the book he has written. In spite of reservations, he forges ahead.
A writer continues his New Mexico road trip, back to the landscape and sacred sites that inspire him — and he discovers the book he is writing has a powerful impact on friends at a 12-step meeting.
Dan L. Hays revisits the major turning points in his quest to write and publish a book, and builds the strength to believe in his writing.
Inspired by the feedback he receives, an an author begins to revise the memoir he wrote and sets out on a journey into New Mexico, and into his past.
As an author returns for the first time to the manuscript he started two years ago, he is astounded by how well he wrote the story, and can finally appreciate his writing gift in a whole new way.
A writer struggles to uncover and release deep childhood fears that are hampering his ability to write and publish.
An author writes an inner child exercise, and discovers a threat by his grandmother when he was eight years old that locked up his writing for many years.
An author feels compelled to visit a park he hasn’t been to in 45 years. He senses something critical to his past is hidden there.