Tom Bird Allows Writers to Overcome Obstacles and Get Published
Discover how to write a book from the "book whisperer" Tom Bird.
Tom Bird will bring an opportunity for participants to write their book in a weekend retreat March 2 through 5 in Sedona. The Tom Bird Method blends a comprehensive and holistic support system that opens participants to a free-flowing mental, physical, emotional and spiritual state called The Divine Author Within.
Like a world-class athlete in the zone, great writers that dramatically affect their readers write in a similar state. When writing is embraced as an innate art form, supported and flowing naturally, The Divine Author Within state works for anyone, from those with a preformed idea to those that do not believe they are very good writers.
Bird states, “Common literary education and training focuses exclusively on left-brain intellectualism. This overly critical perspective thwarts what would otherwise be a beautiful and natural process. The frustrated writer is then born. Admittedly, all writers, like all human beings, have their insecurities.” Many would-be writers are desperate for help, which allows the Tom Bird Method to be a kind of literary midwife.
Eighty-one percent of people feel they have a book inside them and are drawn to write for healing, transformation and the release of their divine potential, and they will receive complete support during the retreat. Regardless of where they are on the spectrum of their writing journey, they will release their earthly message of humor, insight, healing or entertainment by finally penning a book.
This proven curriculum will lead attendees not only to the completion of their book in a weekend, but to the ability to get the book professionally published and potentially onto a best-seller list within a few months afterward. The Tom Bird Method programs are meant to flow, so participants feel ready to take the next step.
Complimentary introduction classes are available. For more information, visit TomBird.com. To register for the retreat, phone 928-821-6946.