Reaching inward, much like reaching down into the ocean, helps us to bring to light things we didn’t know about ourselves. It’s an attempt at examining ourselves. It is here that the subconscious lives, and I believe, where creativity reaches from.
Not only is it Autumn—who did that, by the way?—but it’s also nearly November. I know, I know, we still have October to go, but October is just a blip in the radar when you consider what comes afterward: NaNoWriMo I know, a lot of writers write about now start to freak out. But that’s […]
“Novels begin, not on the page, but in meditation and day-dreaming—in thinking, not in writing.” ~ Joyce Carol Oates A few months ago, I wrote a blog post about how we are all writers, even when we think we’re not. Even when we don’t have the desire to write, we are constantly writing our destiny […]
When we start out writing, and we know that we are writers, we sometimes have the worry that there just aren’t enough ideas out there, or that, you don’t have access to the ideas that are swimming around in the ether.
In the Tarot, there are four eleemnts that are worked with in understanding the experience we call life. Those same elements also trace our creative journey.
After an impossibly long 9 months of 2020, September is finally here. And with September comes #NaturalWriterJournaling prompts.
Journaling is an important part of writing. This is a creative exploration of self and of words through journaling.
Set the goal. Feel the goal. Release the goal. That’s how you get through to the writing process of your book.
Sitting with discomfort and fear is the greatest teacher you and your writing can have
When I write, I feel as though I’m diving into my imagination, swimming in my subconscious, and picking out ideas to bring to the surface. It’s a form of therapy. Why do you think so many writers put themselves into their writing? They’re understanding themselves.