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Calling on the Muse: A Meditation for Creative Spirits by Mary Sharratt

The world at large might view artists and writers as free spirits rocking la vie bohème, but creative people know that it’s much more complicated than that, especially if we’re striving to earn even a modest living from our work. 837 more words

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For my writer friends out there. I have blogged about her books before.

Writer's Block: are you procrastinating, or is it a necessary fallow period?

Some successful writers subscribe to the view that we should sit down and write every day, no matter what, even when inspiration is absent. There is of course value in this, and it may stimulate the flow. 295 more words

Janey Colbourne

On Inspiration: Making Space for Creative Thought Daily

Writing daily is tricky while caring for children, a home, a partner and oh yeah myself!  But thinking creatively and finding inspiration doesn’t have to be…in fact, its deeply necessary and essential to an artistic mind.   680 more words

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Writing From the Inside Out

The internet brims with advice on how to write (this little blog included). I most enjoy reading the ponderings of those of us who are still exploring the mystery of this craft, this art. 386 more words

Fantasy