Archive for the ‘Creativity’ Category


Writing Tip ~ Find Your Fresh Voice

Are you finding freedom in expressing your voice, your unique writing style?

I think it’s important to celebrate little as well as big achievements in our lives. So yesterday I bought flowers and basked in the glow of achievement.

With joy, I celebrated a couple of speaking opportunity that came my way for “Write Your Story NOW” and I celebrated completing my monthly writing goals as part of the 500 word a day writing challenge group. Once again for the month of September I wrote, Every. Single. Day.

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3 Writing Tips ~ Having Fun With Fire

What do you see in the flames?

When I drove home tonight, I spotted flames shooting into the sky in a grass field by our local university. Out of curiosity, I went over to investigate a unusually large bonfire with students gathered around it. Turns out they had created it for an event.2014-09-30 20.01.38

As I stood there, the variety of shapes the flames created intrigued me so I snapped these photos. Each time I took a photo, the shapes changed. 

My imagination took over. I see faces, men. women and maybe angels in the flames.2014-09-30 19.58.23

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Writing Tips From A Butterfly Painting

Do you want to attract people to you as a writer?

One way is to be unique and different in how you express yourself.  I’ve discovered that doing creative activities in other areas helps me be more creative and unique in my writing.

For example, in my last watercolor class I painted a butterfly.  My teacher is an accomplished artist in the master’s category. She’s made her living as a freelance artist and some of her originals designs and art work are breathtaking.

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