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Author: Danielle E. Fournier Narrator: Joe Wise Publisher: Author's Republic Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: April 2020 ISBN: 9781662102356
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The World Needs Your Art, and only you can make it.

Ever wondered why you just HAVE to make something, anything, or you will just burst? Artists are born, not made. And if you yearn to create, that makes you an artist, no matter your medium. Photography, painting, performance art, writing, singing, or fashion, all are forms of expression of the creative soul.

Often, creative people are not encouraged to pursue their heart’s desires by the world at large. They end up frustrated, depressed, or sad because they feel they cannot share their gifts with the world. They get blocked, give up too soon, or worse yet, fail to ever start what they yearn to make. And that’s a downright shame.

The World Needs Your Art is a friendly guide to unlocking unlimited creativity while developing your style and learning to never be blocked for very long again by tapping into that innate gift called imagination. Download and start listening now!

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About the Author

Danielle E. Fournier is an author and third generation newspaper publisher as well as an accomplished painter, photographer, and musician. She has a passion for helping other artists unlock their potential through humor, self-inquiry and authenticity. She teaches other people to not let their fear hold them back by gently reminding them to be boldly authentic in their creative nature. She has written three novels, eight short plays, five children’s books, one feature length film, and two nonfiction books. She lives in the Pacific Northwest.