Your romantic comedy is going nowhere fast. Take that dog for a walk. Your bunny slippers could use a break. And a plot breakthrough awaits you at the Stop ‘N Shop.
This is all about looking oneself in the mirror…
Resonating line from Seth’s post today:
“It turns out, though, that the one who usually lets us down is us.”
Come on, folks.
Don’t tell me you can’t fashion a fun, heartwarming book out of this video.
Took this photo recently and when I called it up on the computer, the title popped into my head and I saw a parallel with folks in the midst of creating.
Too good to NOT share.
“Be ruthless about protecting writing days…”
7 Free Windows Apps for Exploring Your Creative Side muo.co/2taPMAL
Serious writers write, inspired or not. Over time they discover that routine is a better friend than inspiration.
Has your stream of creative ideas dried up? Here’s the Answer! hubs.ly/H07C6xZ0
This list, which I believe originated from a set of Tweets by Pixar storyboard artist Emma Coats in 2012, is a go-to resource/set of reminders for me as I work on my fiction.
Multiple iterations are spread across the Internet.
Here is one: 22 Storytelling Tips by Emma Coats