Monthly Archives: March 2013

Mood in writing

There are two important moods in writing. The first is the mood of your piece. Is it upbeat or sad and depressing?  In some cases, authors try to bring in more than one mood. That works at times, but you … Continue reading

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Sunday Morning

I always think that Sunday mornings have a special feel to them. No matter what, it’s a day that’s a little slower and a little easier.  Take out your latest writing project and enjoy the day.  See you when the … Continue reading

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The  truth you believe in and cling to makes you unavailable to hear anything new. Pema Chodron… This kitten didn’t know he could fly. That didn’t stop him.  You can achieve great things. Just be available.

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Five ways to take a break from your writing.

Take a break…. That’s my advice when your writing seems stale, listless…. etc.  Sometimes we push too hard to make the words come.  Here are a few ways to take a break and to recharge your creativity… 1. Write something … Continue reading

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Theme… much the same in painting as in writing

Well… I’m into another painting challenge… This time it’s put on by the Riverview Art Studios and Gallery (that’s where I have my studio). Anyway, we are painting on a theme and completing one painting a day. My theme is … Continue reading

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