I've just read the first chapter, an introduction, and I must admit that my Skeptic is lustily bellowing all kinds of warnings.
As I read this first chapter, there are two ideas I note:
- "the tools of Vein of Gold will be more deeply felt, and therefore more deeply resisted, than the tools of The Artist's Way."* (p. 5)
- "Art is made through a series of moments--choices--leading each to the next. Life is made in the same way." (p. 12)
*Cameron's editor has not been consistent on the use of "the" in the titles of her books. Sometimes the titles include the definite article; sometimes they don't. Perhaps it depends on which edition...?