There is something universally magical about the hours of 1 a.m to 4 a.m. All of a sudden, thoughts and ideas begin to make better sense. The words seem to flow better. That creative concept all of a sudden seems clearer
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If you are having a bad day with your writing, the words won’t come and every page is painstakingly hard, it’s very easy to be tempted to discard your work, but resist that compulsion and simply put your writing away for another day.
Want to know how to capitalise on your hobbies and interests? It’s simple. Choose the subject that you know most about or are most interested in and……
Creative Writing can be a daunting task for a beginner. This article breaks down the essential creative writing exercises to help you start writing right now. Follow my advice and I guarantee you will be a better writer in no time at all.
Hoping to have some quality writing time on your next day off? Excited by the prospect of hours of creativity? Don’t waste a minute. Have your plans in place and a mass of writing topics
Now that you have a great idea for a project, do you share it? Although there are benefits to giving it a try among friends and fellow writers, you should carefully consider keeping it a secret.
To really boost your skill-set and your potential to make money from your writing, it’s important that you set aside some time each and every day. Does this sound realistic considering your daily schedule? Many of you will be saying or thinking that it’s unachievable but actually it isn’t. You can always find time to do something that you love and really believe in
Annette Young – Editor of the Creative Competitor says : Let your idea germinate for a while and tease it into growth and maximise your creativity….
Can music stimulate the creative mind? Writers need to tap into this useful resource…
Struggling to find time to write? Timed Writing exercises can be used effectively to stimulate the creative process and keep your imagination well-oiled
Points of view can be difficult for a writer but it is about looking through someone else’s eyes and capturing…
I have heard some people say that writing should not consume too big a part of your life but how can it not when you have trained your brain to recognise creative opportunities as they occur?