What a great way to start September.😊
This helpful, inspiring calender thanks to:
My Beautiful Things.
After a very productive year in 2013, it seemed that I had “lost my steam” when it came to creative projects, since the new year began. In addition to a number of offline projects I’m (trying) to work on, I also have 3 new books/ebooks pending.
This past week, I knew I had to get myself in gear and really start moving on all my projects.The quote above, once again came to mind. It’s one of my own and I hope you find it helpful too.
And that’s exactly what I needed to do. JUST BEGIN and let the muse follow.
And you know, it worked! Simple but powerful words.
In the past couple of days alone, I’ve gotten 20 pages of one of my books typed and formatted and I
hope make that will have it finished by the first week in April, before my birthday!
What do you do when you feel less than motivated? When you have lost your muse?
Suggestions like these are always welcome. We all need them, at least some of the time. 😉
Have a wonderful weekend! 🙂
Some good advice re: writing fiction and poetry and interesting historical facts (the Olympics for writing, who knew?) from the Daily Post at the WordPress blog. Also in the comment section . Hope you enjoy it too. G
Did you know literature was an Olympic event until 1948? Of course, all creative submissions had to reference athletics in some way, and many think the quality of the work suffered as a result. That’s why blogging is such a great way to develop and showcase your creative writing – there are no restrictions or limitations beyond your own imagination!
If you primarily write fiction or poetry, or if you’d just like to try your hand at a poem or story, here are some ideas to get you started:
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