The Artist’s Manifesto: Fight Resistance and Create
Well, today is April First. Today is the day I promised you I would publish my ebook on my blog. And here it is. I really wasn’t lying to you. This is not an April Fool’s joke.
I am excited to share my book, The Artist’s Manifesto: Fight Resistance and Create. This book has taken me months to write and edit. I hope it encourages you to fight the negative voices in your head.
Remember, you are an artist.
Stop saying, “I can’t draw.”
I am honored to have the foreword written by Steven Pressfield. The same Steven Pressfield who wrote The War of Art. The same Steven Pressfield who was made an honorary citizen by the city of Sparta in Greece in 2008.
This book looks simple but it will kick your butt.
—Steven Pressfield, The War of Art
How to get a copy
You can get a free copy of The Artist’s Manifesto by joining my Free newsletter. I will send you my stories and my occasional newsletters. Which have been very occasional. My stories are small slices of my life, funny stories about life with one husband, three children, two dogs, four cats, seven litter boxes, and a carpet that use to be white.
“If you’ve believed the lie that you can’t make art, then this manifesto is for you. It will re-awaken your passion and imagination and get you doing what you were born to do — create. ” —Jeff Goins, Author, The In-Between
Just put your e-mail address in the box below and you can get my FREE e-book, The Artist’s Manifesto, today! Yes, that’s right. All you have to do is put your email address in the box and click Yes, Sign me up! And then go and check your email address, follow the prompts and you can download the book today!
- Please feel free to share this link with your friends.
- Print out the book and leave it at the bus station. Please don’t change anything or charge for it.
- You can share the book on twitter.
- Would you like to join a facebook community of Artist’s?
“I don’t draw pictures but I create businesses. This book will challenge anyone that creates anything to not believe the lie that you aren’t good enough!”
— Casey Graham, Author, Funded and Free
What will you create?
Did reading The Artist’s Manifesto inspire you to create something? If it did, please share the link to what you created below. You can also tweet about it using the hashtag, #artistsmanifesto
I would love to hear about what you created.
Go ahead, grab a free copy
I promise I will never give away your email address, not even to my cat, Pooh Hodges, who writes at The Cat Who Writes. He dictates and I type. I will never spam you, and you can unsubscribe at anytime. Really, it is that easy. Once you confirm your subscription I will send you the PDF right to your inbox. No charge, not even one penny. (Penny is our new puppies name.)
Do you think you can’t draw? Please tell me in the comments. I would love to encourage you.
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About Pamela Hodges
My name is Pamela Hodges. I am a writer and an artist. I write to encourage and to bring laughter. I paint cats, draw cartoons and write books for children and grown ups.