Books written by Catherine Ann Jones. All are available for purchase.

The Way of Story – The Craft & Soul of Writing

The Way of StoryThe Way of Story – The Craft & Soul of Writing Offers an integrative approach to writing all forms of narrative, this illustrated book contains evocative insights from the authors own professional journey. The emphasis on the integration of both a solid craft and an experiential inner discovery makes this writing book unique.

“Your structure gave my story wings. I’ve never been so clean on what I want to write.”         — Linda L., Ann Arbor, MI

“This is the best book on writing I’ve ever read.”

                          – Jill P., Santa Barbara Writers Conference

Available on Amazon as a Paperback, and ebook.

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Heal Your Self with Writing  (Nautilus Book Award 2014)

Heal Your Self with WritingHeal Your Self with Writing offers a step-by-step journey of discovery and re-visioning through focused journaling, a practice that can enable healing and empowerment. In this way, each listener is able to make meaning out of memory and put the past where it belongs – behind them.

Heal Your Self with Writing is an elixir for the soul.”

Psychology Today

Discover today! Available on Audible, iTunes and Amazon as a ebook, audiobook and paperback.

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What Story Are You Living?

What Story Are You Living? by Catherine Ann Jones

The stories we tell ourselves become who we are, therefore being authentic and true to one’s self are crucial elements on the path to healing and self-discovery. What Story Are You Living? is a short compact manual on how to achieve goals that are truly appropriate for you and how to find the courage to move forward in a soul-centered way.

Discover today! Available as a ebook, and audiobook, on AudibleiTunes and Amazon.

 


Freud’s Oracle: A Play Based on the Life of H.D

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Freud’s Oracle, a new play by award-winning author/actor Catherine Ann Jones, is a one-person play about the American poet H.D. and her relationship with Sigmund Freud. H.D. suffered great personal losses and a nervous breakdown due to the Great War and became Freud’s patient in 1933 because of an increasing paranoia about the rise of Hitler and the fear and certainty that another world war was coming. The themes are the travesty of war and the triumph of the individual spirit.

Freud’s Oracle held me spell-bound.  Very compelling!

Hendrika deVries, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

Jones’s artful work not only pays tribute to the past but is a true gift to the present. –      Dianne Skafte, Ph.D., Listening to the Oracle

Seeing and being become a form of love. Freud’s Oracle is moving, mysterious, and wise.

Betty Sue Flowers, Ph.D., Editor, Joseph Campbell and the Power of Myth

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