Month: August 2013

Provocative Phrase Friday – She doesn't like what she sees +11 Other Writing Prompts

Here are your Provocative Writing Prompts for Friday, August 16th, 2013: She doesn’t like what she sees. Who is he, really? Enough about you. Plans are underway… I don’t much. She held up something… We couldn’t find it. Like the rest of us… We stopped to get gas… How would you describe… I always say …

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Muse Review: Daily Rituals: How Artists Work by Mason Currey (Editor)

Daily Rituals: How Artists Work by Mason Currey (Editor) This book is a hard one to review because of what it is. This is a meticulously researched work on the work habits of writers, composers, artists and other creative types. He pulls this information from existing sources, biographies, autobiographies and personal journals. If you are …

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Grist for the Muse – Propaganda Posters to Inspire Your Writing

I changed my mind. I am finding it difficult to be brief and present 6 interesting story sparks each Tuesday as the Grist for the Muse feature. I’m finding that even one of the news stories or articles I find manages to generate many story ideas and interesting questions to explore, and these articles are …

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Provocative Phrase Friday – You're already dead +11 Other Writing Prompts

Here are your Provocative Writing Prompts for Friday, August 9th, 2013: You’re already dead. Why not? I was captivated by… Bear with us… What do we gain… You can count on… More than ever before… Find out right now! For starters… Now I am on the… Wish I’d never… Isn’t it time you…     …

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Grist for the Muse – News and Views to Get You Writing: A New Weekly Feature

I use Feedly and Evernote to help me comb through the numerous blogs and news sites I visit each week, and I’m always finding story worthy stuff (that exists outside of important world events and pop culture) that I may or may not use in the future.  In fact, I often find so many interesting …

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