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In a time like this, writing can help us to transcend our circumstances, and to give us a sense of connection with the higher good. Write for the side effects, you'll feel better.
Image by VIRGINIA THOMSEN from Pixabay "The truth will set you free, but not until it's finished with you." David Foster Wallace Have choices you made in the past led to consequences that are still working themselves out? When you look back on those turning points, have you felt that the truth was right there … Continue reading the truth in 100 words
Our most creative and original writing is often spontaneous and intuitive. Responding to writing prompts within a limited time frame can help you to write without over-thinking. This is why I offer fifteen minute writing prompts in workshops and classes.
We are the stories we tell ourselves. Image by Sabine Van Erp The stories we live become the stories we tell, and the stories we tell become the stories we live. What stories do you tell yourself? Are they reinforcing beliefs that no longer serve you? Writing can help us to heal by transforming the … Continue reading Writing to Heal
10% discount on content editing or coaching serviceswith sign up by Friday, January 17th Are you looking for encouragement and inspiration for an essay or story idea that you want to manifest?Is there a project you've been working on that feels stalled?Do you have a draft waiting for expert review and insightful feedback? I recently … Continue reading Winter Writing Offer
Even if an expression is true –when it has been overused, it loses impact. Clichés lose value over time because they lack commitment to circumstance. They do not make distinctive or memorable contributions to story or character development – often they can feel like short cuts. Avoid clichés by offering specific, detailed phrasing: Instead of: … Continue reading Why not use a cliché?