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Tag Archives: creativity
Skimming: Never a Good Thing
by Fae Rowen Skimming is defined as a crime. If you skim money from your job, you’re going to jail. (Or worse depending who you work for.) Skimming is also defined as removing floating matter from a liquid. Can you … Continue reading
Posted in Inspiration Tagged creativity, Fae Rowen, Writer Inspiration, Writers in the Storm, writing 37 Comments
Creativity — Opening the Door of the Treasure House
A Quick News Flash! Laura Drake is our local Query Queen. She’s shared the knowledge gained from her 15 year stint in the submission wars in several blogs here over the years. She wanted to let you know that she’s … Continue reading
Posted in Blogging Guests, Inspiration, Miscellaneous Tagged creativity, Historical Romance, Kathleen Harrington, Lachlan's Bride, writing 30 Comments
Talking Back to Your Brain
By Harry and Susan Squires Harry and I can’t tell you how many times we’ve heard from writers frustrated and “stuck” on their current work in progress. Often they say something like, “Why am I such a crummy writer?” “Why … Continue reading
Posted in Blogging Guests, Inspiration Tagged asking questions, Bob Maurer, Brain Stem, cortex, creativity, editing, fear, goal setting, goals, Harry Squires, Kaizen, mammal brain, mid-brain, One Small Step Can Change Your Life, questions, small changes, spinal column, Susan Squires, writers block, Writers in the Storm, writing, your brain, your writing brain 36 Comments