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When stuck, write in scenes
When I got stuck, I remembered the advice I have given to dozens of students: if you can't keep moving forward in one scene, if you drop the thread, pick up a different one...
Write and Release: Full moon ritual for writers Nov '21
Teneice Durrant, creator of Tenth Fox Tarot, will mark each full moon with a tarot reading, ritual for releasing creative blocks, and writing exercise. Writers, embrace boredom.
Writing emotional vs. literal truth
There are different kinds of "truth" in writing, and you have permission to change facts to serve feelings.
Photo writing prompt contest: November '21
What is your favorite comfort food, and why does it provide comfort for you? Make us hungry.
Fall into new writing by revisiting old drafts
Breathing new life into old writing is a powerful practice that shows you your own growth. Fertilize your old ideas in three steps.
Write and Release: Full moon ritual for writers Oct '21
Teneice Durrant, creator of Tenth Fox Tarot, will mark each full moon with a tarot reading, ritual for releasing creative blocks, and writing exercise. Writers, drop your vices!
Children's story: Helena Writes #39--On nursery rhymes as writing prompts
In her 39th post, Helena shares an original children’s story, and the writing exercise behind its inception.
Why your writing space matters, and how to optimize it
Whether it's the kitchen table or a room of your own, if you think of your home writing space as a sanctuary, you can optimize it for maximum efficiency and inspiration.
Photo writing prompt contest: October '21
What's out there in the night sky, beyond the limitations of our human vision? Or, what's behind our eyelids when we close them, get quiet, and look within?
Writing in pieces: In defense of fragments over finished products
Practice free writing to get comfortable with fragments and unfinished pieces--because it's all writing, it's all worthy, and it can keep you going when you feel like giving up.
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