Kathryn Morris' Bookshelf
By Julia Cameron
When I first started doing the program Cameron outlines, I had been working for a while. Through the process, I realized I had to decide what kind of artist I was, what kind of woman I was, and what I was going to contribute to the business of Hollywood. The book helped me see that I had to create my own mold, that I had to choose what I believe to be right in my life and artistry. I have a friend who was resistant to reading The Artist's Way because it was "so L.A." I thought so, too. But if you do the program, suddenly, you're a better woman, a better actress, and a better friend.