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"I" - A-Z of Self Discovery


Inspiration – a person, place, experience, etc., that makes someone want to do or create something

I deliberately missed posting for the alphabets I, J and K! 496 more words


Write Like the Masters: Hemingway vs. Subordination

I enjoyed reading Write Like the Masters by William Cane. The book included fun facts about the writing habits of some great authors and also included  interesting techniques to emulate these authors. 949 more words


How to Write Crisp, Evocative Descriptions: Move to Inspire the Muse (9)

When we think of paying attention,
we usually think of sitting still, of clearing our eyes and ears of distractions
and concentrating on the object or scene before us.
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Writing Workshop on Senses #1: Taste

Our group is taking on a workshop series on all the senses. When the idea for this workshop series came to me, I got super excited about it. 354 more words


How to Write Crisp, Evocative Descriptions: Engage the All-accepting Eye (7)

“Rather than considering our subject firsthand
and describing what we observe, we label it.
Because we’ve already established for instance,
that slugs are disgusting, we go on to…
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The 100 Day Project Kick-off (one day late)

Over in Instagram world, there’s this lovely thing taking place.  Starting on April 6th, people all over the world have committed to doing some creative something for the next 100 days.   282 more words