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A Little Spark of Madness

Deciding what your Verse will be…

It’s funny whom we come to depend on.  Sure, we’ve got a handful of friends and family we know we can call upon when times get tough and we need a strong shoulder or easy smile.   784 more words

The Working Writer

Reboots and Restarts

Failing is just another step towards success.
By Elizabeth Cutright
© 2012 The Daily Creative Writer

It’s a cold and wintery day here in Daily Creative Writer Land (“Land” being normally Southern California, where the seasons take forever to change), and I’m sitting on my couch with my faithful – but severely introverted – cat curled up by my side, wondering just what the hell to write about after this recent holiday break. 356 more words

The Working Writer

The Stories We Tell Ourselves

Lessons learned and the art of the grade school diorama.
By Elizabeth Cutright
© 2012 The Daily Creative Writer

Did you ever make a diorama as part of a school project?  989 more words

The Working Writer

Why Try?

NaNoWrMo is bigger than 50,000 words.
By Elizabeth Cutright
© 2012 The Daily Creative Writer

Why did I decide to attempt the NaNoWrMo project?  That’s a good question.  883 more words

The Working Writer

The True Value of the Dangerous Dream

Words of Wisdom from William Faulkner
By Elizabeth Cutright
© 2012 The Daily Creative Writer

“A dream is not a very safe thing to be near… I know; I had one once. 1,041 more words

The Working Writer

From Sagas to Short Stories

Writing tips and tools from GRR Martin

By Elizabeth Cutright
© 2012 The Daily Creative Writer

Fantasy and Science Fiction are two of my favorite genres to read, but not something I’d ever really attempt to write myself.  835 more words

The Working Writer