Month: March 2014

Coffee

Because coffee really deserves it’s own post. The delicious dark drink does seem a little more magical than most.  Most sources will tell you that the average cup of coffee has 100 mgs of caffeine.  What they won’t tell you is that it also has 500 mgs of motivation and 200 mgs of bravery –

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Do You See a Picture?

Or do you see a story? So you’re an aspiring writer, blogger, creative artist, whatever you want.  Chances are you spend about 2/3 of your time pursuing your passion, and 1/3 of your time reading blogs or interviews of those who are already seen as masters.  For those of us trying to write, we read

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How did you start your writing journey?

A while back I wrote a post about a story’s true beginning.  I wrote about how outlining a book is not the real beginning of the process.  The real beginning is that little seed that pops into your head.  That concept that just won’t leave you alone until you explore it some more. Well, our

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Has it Been a While?

What happens to your writing – actually, what happens to any of your projects or ambitions – when you’ve been away for a while? So you’ve been busy – too much homework, too much partying, too much… Netflix? The rust sets in, you become complacent, you keep telling yourself you’ll do it tomorrow. I know,

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