Mixing minfulness and creativity makes for inspiring results.Karen Daniel’s book, Mindful Creativity: Easy Tips and Meditations to Unleash Your Creativity and Purpose was thoroughly refreshing. The tips in the book were very useful and Karen’s approach to creativity throughout the book was playful and fun. - Angela Artemis
Have you ever felt like you learn more by sitting around a table with coffee and a friend then any seminar or webinar? Well this is how it feels to read Karen Daniels’ book "Online Writing for Profit and Purpose." She has such a strong voice and gives you exciting tips that, no matter how much you think you’ve learned, add onto that learning and make you want to write-right away!! And she is FUN to read!! How did she manage that? I wish all books in this genre were written this way. - Lee J. Tyler
Have you ever looked for ways to re-energize your writing but don’t want the process to become a chore? I was looking to bring more life to my blog posts. Online Writing for Profit and Purpose was the medicine I needed. Online Writing for Profit and Purpose is like having an experienced writer sit down with you and over a long cup of coffee, talking about your writing issues. The book moved back and forth between writing psychology and specific writing tips like better use of grammar to tagging your blog post to improve your SEO readership. It was an easy read; it was a relaxed read. - Albert H. Hanzal
As a parent of two gifted boys, and a 27-year veteran of gifted education, "Your Creativity from Ordinary to Extraordinary" was refreshing and an easy-to-read reminder of some of the strategies for supporting and nurturing creativity. Written from a parent perspective from a professional in the field (Masters’ Degree in Gifted Education), this book starts as a “quick read” for immediate ideas, then compels us to come back for review and reflection. - E. Littrell
Karen Daniels has taken the Zaddack Tales to a surprising and wonderful end with Mindspark, book 3 of the trilogy. Her stories are suspenseful, engaging, and complex, as are her characters. I couldn’t put it down! It’s a fascinating experiment: take social/personal themes and issues and place them in an imaginary context light years from the one in which we live. Watch how it plays out. The message of her third book is profound, and challenges our sense-our very perception-of light and darkness, good and evil, the nature and balance of the universe.
As someone who’s not necessarily a fan of science fiction, I found myself completely consumed by the worlds Daniels has created. What brilliant imagination! I strongly recommend this book, particularly for those who may not be so inclined to pick up a science fiction novel. You won’t be disappointed. - Teal