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The Treasure Map of Your Destiny

As promised, in my last post, here is a writing/creative practice that can help you shift into a more co-creative state with your destiny.

It’s really a simple exercise that you can do any way that you would like to do. 689 more words

Writing Your Destiny

Do you ever use writing practices to create change in your life?

Sometimes, at this time of year, we may look back at the year, and wonder what we’ve accomplished.

There may be projects that you intended to start, or changes you wanted to make, that just didn’t go anywhere. 342 more words

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Timey-wimey writing stuff

People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect, but *actually* from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint – it’s more like a big ball of wibbly wobbly… time-y wimey… stuff.

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Karen Wan reblogged this on Writing Your Destiny and commented:

This is my experience of writing any type of longer project!

Writing Your Destiny

Back in 1992, I quit a safe job working at IBM as a systems engineer and thought it would be easy to make a shift into more fulfilling work.   704 more words

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Slaying the Inner Critic

Here’s a question for you all. How do you deal with moments of crippling doubt about your writing?

I am blessed to be surrounded with people who are amazing writers. 486 more words

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Karen Wan reblogged this on Writing Your Destiny and commented:

Some great ideas on how to quell our inner critic, which is important to anyone who wants to keep evolving their writing.

Wednesday Author Profile: Ray Bradbury

I have to confess that I’ve just begun reading Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury.  I wanted to have finished this by today, but life distracted me from that quest. 385 more words

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Returning to Novel Writing with NanoWriMo

My goal of writing novels took a detour in the last year.  I’m finally ready to commit (again) to a novel writing practice.

November is a great month for focusing on novel-writing because of the annual… 191 more words

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