Tag Archives: Creativity

How Writing Grows In a Group

How Writing Grows In a Group

Reflections on some of the ways writing changes in a group.

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Cartoons, Creativity and Some Great Conversation

Cartoons, Creativity and Some Great Conversation

Just wanted to point you to a couple of things I’ve been writing elsewhere. The first is a guest post at Jason Slater’s Technology Blog.  It’s on Writing with Confidence: 6 Ways To Keep Your Readers Happy When preparing this article I discovered that Jason also runs a cartoon blog, Monk and his IT Junk.  [...]

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A Not For Cynics Dictionary

I can’t quite work this into the respect theme, but it’s too good not to share. David Masters at Be Playful has created an A-Z of playfulness: your one stop reference guide to being playful. Here’s the entry for A: A adventure, n. 1. being brave enough to do the things that make your feel [...]

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Structure = Freedom: Making Time to Write – Guest Post by Ami Spencer

Structure = Freedom: Making Time to Write – Guest Post by Ami Spencer

I used to believe that being a writer was all about finding inspiration. When the mood struck, I would sit down and write out lyrical sentences and inspired stories, but until then, I would go about the business of life. It took a while, but eventually I realized not much was getting written while I [...]

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Cut Your Words to Set Your Writing Free

Have you ever noticed how cutting your word count can free up your writing? There are a number of reasons why this might be. A tight word count: Asks you to concentrate on the essential Provides a creative challenge to your unconscious mind (which it loves to respond to) Encourages you to play and experiment [...]

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