Posted by: Inner~Creative~Voice | September 11, 2009

ArtsEd Book Study-Wreck This Journal by Keri Smith

 Wreck this Journal-by Keri Smith

On-Line Book Study-´Wreck This Journal´

Date: Begins on October 2, 2009.Join us for the ArtsEd Wreck This Journal book study!

When you think of making a mess… what feelings come up for you? What does it mean to create? Do you ever wish to destroy something? How does that make you feel? What thoughts come to the surface?

These are just the questions to begin to ask yourself when you decide to join in this session. Wreck This Journal will take you on a journey to discover what it means to you to wreck, destroy, rip, tear…make a mess! Are you interested in joining us on this journey? Then jump right in and get ready to share!

Each week, beginning October 2, there will be a reminder post on this blog. We will explore the journal throughout the week. You can begin the journal on any page and go at your own pace. Then, you can post your thoughts, pictures, ideas, fears as comments on this blog or you can create a new post!

To register, you will be added to the Wreck This Journal member list. This will allow you access to this blog, so that you can create posts, if you wish.


  • *Purchase Wreck This Journal
  • *Register: Send name and email to to become an active participant (you will have access to post on this blog)
  • *Take a look and get to know your
  • *Dates of postings by Susan Loughrin (facilitator): October 2, 9, 16, 23
  • *Final phone contact October 30 (details to follow!)

Ways to participate:

  • *Comment on this blog
  • *Add a post to this blog

Link to register:



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