Books by Julia Cameron

MOZART’S GHOST by Julia Cameron
Released: Feb. 1, 2008

"Agreeable light entertainment."
Ghost meets girl…girl meets boy…boy irritates girl…ghost intervenes…boy gets girl. Read full book review >
FLOOR SAMPLE by Julia Cameron
Released: May 4, 2006

"An absorbing narrative revealing a woman of extraordinary energy, drive and confidence."
New Age writing guru Cameron (The Dark Room, 1998, etc.) tells of her frenetic, peripatetic life as screenwriter, playwright, novelist, columnist and poet. Read full book review >
THE DARK ROOM by Julia Cameron
Released: Nov. 1, 1998

"Don't hope for a sequel; Elliot's probably glad to escape this installment alive. (First printing of 50,000)"
From the first page of her first mystery, Cameron (the nonfiction The Artist's Way, 1995, etc.) wastes no time establishing who's in charge, and how he feels about it: Chicago police detective Elliot Mayo is frankly revolted by the murder of photographer/cokehead/playboy Jack Nesbitt, especially after somebody sends some closeup photographs of a 12-year-old's breasts to the department with an injunction to ask their owner about Jack's death. Read full book review >