I liked how Michael Gungor's personality comes out as he reads. He is an excellent writer and isn't afraid to let his quirkiness come out. He also takes creative liberties in this audiorecording by playing music and recordings from his past. It makes the book come alive in a more gripping way.
One of the most memorable moments was when he talked about his first concert in a stadium. I am a musician so I know what the nervousness feels like. His account of it made the hair stand up on my arms.
He brought his personality into the book and played music in the background, at times.
This really isn't that type of a book.
This book is an incredible primer for doing further study as you try to establish yourself in your inherent creative potential. It certainly isn't a tell all end all book. There is SO much more that needs to be discussed. But it is a great start!
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