I would like to welcome a new guest writer, Michael H. Fox, to Writer’s Fun Zone. Today Michael discusses music and writing, and how you can use music to help you write. Enjoy! *** Which...
Category: Creativity Tools and Tips
Organizing a writing workshop, if even just for you, is a great way to schedule writing time into your otherwise hectic schedule.
Blogging and writing fiction can occur simultaneously to produce fantastic pieces of literature.
Indulging in a summer writing creativity retreat is a great way to satisfy your Muse and spend time on your latest writing or creativity project.
Mind and body synchronization while writing can produce better results than if using the mind alone. Keep your hand moving and keep the words flowing.
A logical — and vital — relationship exists between passion and voice. It is very hard to be passionate about what you’re doing if you haven’t found your voice as an artist. Imagine being forced to sing an octave too high or an octave too low, straining to hit notes that you can’t really hit and that aren’t natural to you. It would be very hard to be passionate about singing in that situation.
Then there’s the idea that simply won’t go away. It lingers in the back of your mind and takes permanent residence there. So it was with my bullfight story.
We’re put on this planet, I believe, to have fun, and to share our unique and important message with the world. I have a Valentine’s Day gift to you — on women’s thought leadership from...
What inspires you? Where do you get your ideas? Do you get these questions a lot? I do!
Here’s what I told them recently…
Creative Inspiration to Bring in the New Year: John Cleese on the 5 Factors to Make Your Life More Creative
As you bring in the New Year and set the tone and day dream and desire, enjoy some inspiration and wisdom from funny man John Cleese. A video I found on BrainPickings by the brilliant Maria Popova — a wonderful weekly newsletter I just discovered:
What’s the single most important thing you can do before you write a single word of your novel for NaNoWriMo? Ask the right questions about the experience you want your readers to have.