This book is short and all about how to bring out your inner artist. There are some religious undertones inserted throughout. All in all, the author encourages readers to find what they enjoy doing and keep doing it. Childhood dreams and fears are challenged as Freeman relates anecdotes both from her life and others lives as well. I am not going to lie and say this book is one of its kind because it isn't. There are plenty of self-help books on discovering your passion. This isn't even the first one with Christian undertones. However, for those that like Freeman's writing style, this book hits home and delivers. While this book can be for any readers, it definitely feels as though it is geared more towards women. Also, this is just me, but I felt a bit of housewife undertones. There is nothing wrong with that, but I'm just pointing out how I perceived the book audience to book. Prepare to look back, look inward, and look forward as you continue to discover more of yourself. Have a little fun and let your inner artist come out.