Made popular by the book The Secret and the movie by the same name, the law of attraction is quite simple. It just says that like attracts like. So, if you focus on bad things, you will attract disaster. If you focus on good things, you will attract happiness. But this is easier said than done. It sounds easy, but many people find it difficult when they try to follow this principle. They want something, they focus on the lack of it, and that's what they get...lack of it. This is where most people tend to go wrong....
"Good recap of the LOA"
From the introduction by Les Standiford: "The truth is that Miami, though naturally lovely, is a frontier town, perched on the border between the known and the rarely before experienced. The poet Richard Hugo once said that the natural place for the writer was on the edge, and 'edge' might well be the definitive word when it comes to this city... We are not only on the edge of the continent, we are to this country what New York was in Ellis Island's heyday, what the West Coast was in the middle of the 20th century.
"A perfect logistical nightmare."
Playwright Gil Landau is finally experiencing a Broadway smash after many years of draught and disaster. Gil has finally produced an overnight sensation, but his reverie quickly turns to panic when rumors begin circulating about the questionable authorship of his play. Adding to the mix is an unscrupulous agent, a boozy leading lady, and Gil's estranged son, who is recovering from a nervous breakdown after attempting to leap from the top of a building.