Fight to Keep Creativity Alive by L.A. Chandlar

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Fight to Keep Creativity Alive is for anyone who wishes for more time to create – to be creative. For the person who remembers a time when he/she used to enjoy those pursuits and life has blocked the way with its responsibilities, obligations and busyness. In a frank, authentic voice FTKCA is a book to inspire and remind us that we’re designed to create. That we were meant for more and we need creativity to truly live and not just survive. But it’s not just inspiration –it’s a book that gives realistic ideas and tracks to run on. Inspiring, humorous and practical chapters on how to be more awake and aware - and not let life slip by.

The Fight to Keep Creativity Alive PROJECT was born out of my experience of writing this book and discussing it with others. I believe that generosity and collaboration are key components to creativity. Because of that, I worked with a group called OCTANT8 to come up with an idea that would not just talk about that idea, but show it. When people and groups work together they are potent.

I have researched a wide variety of nonprofit groups who have a creative bent to how they help human flourishing. To work together and create something vibrant – I am donating 50% of the proceeds of all downloads of the Fight to Keep Creativity Alive eBook as well as portions from all apparel and print sales. Every 2-3 months, a new nonprofit will be highlighted. I am honored to not only work alongside these amazing people, but to be able to share their story. For articles, events and updates on each organization go to Come and share in the story – and let’s fight to keep creativity alive.

About L.A. Chandlar

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Published April 7, 2013 by BookBaby. 152 pages
Genres: Self Help, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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