Wilde Words is a written meditation series based on the timeless works of Oscar Wilde. The journal is guidebook of thoughtful quotes as writing prompts, carefully chosen to inspire creative writing, journaling and written meditation. The act of journaling can spark transformation, self-love and acceptance. This guide is a snappy, fun and unexpected practice to unveil the answer to the age old question: how do I become a better person? Writing prompts designed for self reflection broaden your insight into the realization of who you really are. This awareness holds up a mirror to your soul, and tells you how beautiful you are, just the way you are, in this moment. Your only task is to open your heart, quiet your mind, and release your preconceived tions of meditations. Once you make this shift in your consciousness then, your intentions change. When we change our intentions, we change our world. You'll begin to tice these shifts, almost as if they were tectonic plates rearranging themselves right before your eyes....and then, something beautiful happens: your path with begin to reveal itself to you.
Erica is a writer, photographer, and designer who lives in Georgia. She's written three books, created anthologies for another three, and is working on another secret project. (Stay tuned). She has written voraciously, tenaciously and secretly since she was 7 years old, when she wrote a letter to Santa asking politely for a Barbie Dream House and a black Barbie with three wardrobe options. Santa delivered the goods, and thusly, a passion for writing was born. She was an online vintage clothing retailer for ten years, writing in her spare time, until one summer day, while sourcing at a thrift store, she realized she wanted to slap the bejeezus out of every last person in the shop. That was her last day selling vintage clothing. The next day, she sat down at her laptop and began typing. She likes nature, as long as nature doesn't crawl, fly or wiggle its way into her house. She loves muted colors, but is drawn to vibrant people. She doesn't wear pink, but won't judge you if you do. To Kill a Mockingbird is her favorite book, but she's really digging the new Ms. Marvel series. She's quiet until she's not quiet, and then she's the life of the party. She loves her mother, hates humidity (her hair!) and says 'oh, for god's sake, dammit' at least three times a day. You can find her at her website, www.ericageraldmason.com, or say 'hi' on Instagram and Twitter: @ericagmason.