Everyone can draw
To some extent, at least
Creating art when you write
Results in an intellectual feast!
Both here and elsewhere, you’ll hear it a lot:
you need to find new points of view to have creative thoughts
That means seeking out different perspectives
maybe with someone with different objectives
to create something
It's a wonderful thing but
Sometimes, you need more.
Maybe you'll travel.
Or go to the library.
It's a place to get started.
Footnotes are awesome.
Sometimes flexing the muscles of your creativity
Means writing for something like an RPG
What do people want to do?
Where do they want to go?
The possibilities seem endless
And it’s up to you to help them enjoy the flow.
It's almost time for NaNoWriMo
A time to give your inner critic the ol' heave-ho
Take some time to let the words flow
You never know where this might go!
Roses are red
Violets are blue
Are coming for you
Look in the mirror and say,
"I'm good enough
I'm smart enough
and doggone it,
people like me.
I deserve to make money!"
Okay, that was a good first shot.
Shoulders back, stand tall!
You may not feel confident
but it's okay to fake it.
Project your voice.
You're good enough
You're smart enough
and doggone it,
working with someone to create
something amazing and
S. J. Tucker joins us again
to tell us about keeping
her garden of creativity
in riotous bloom
by working with others
What’s it like to be a vagabond?
To move from place to place?
Does it have pros in addition to cons?
Does it give freedom to create?
S. J. Tucker leads a life free.
Traveling thither and yon,
Between land and sea
Making music for all to enjoy.
In eight years, Dan Moren wrote and edited and published a novel.
When it was done he sat back and hoped that it wouldn’t be a debacle.
If he’d done his job, it would warm his readers’ hearts to their cockles.
Now it’s here! Dan has created a new world, its danger full-throttle.
What would he change, how does he feel? Did he write a book witho…