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Aloha Writers, Wishing all a wonderful New Year. For those of you who have been putting off writing, even though you can’t get the idea of doing so out of your mind, here’s a tip to consider. You can’t wait … Continue reading
If you have the words, there’s always a chance that you’ll find the way. ~Seamus Heaney Expressive Writing The power of writing offers inspiration and healing. It provides a means for expressing feelings and ideas. Much of the research … Continue reading
There’s no “Right” Way to “Write!” A sure way to create writer’s block or to stop your self from starting is to think that the only way to write is to isolate yourself in a room for hours every day. If … Continue reading
In a gentle way, you can shake the world ~ Mahatma Gandhi If you like to write or want to write but don’t know what to write, your life just got better. YOU CAN WRITE ABOUT ANYTHING. Joy, a woman in … Continue reading
When something wants to be written through you, it will haunt you until you finally say yes. Or, it may leave and beckon another. But it will have its say.
One of my favorite all-time quotes is by Elmore Leonard. He said, “If it sounds like writing, I rewrite it.” Good writing makes you forget someone has labored at a computer, making their writing sound profound. Good writing takes you beyond … Continue reading
A Great Writing Tip for Writer’s Block You sit down ready to write and can’t think of a thing to say? Here’s a great tip. Warm up your writing muscle by making up a list of dangling sentences such as: … Continue reading
Driven to Distraction Hutchinson’s Law: Any occurrence requiring undivided attention will be accompanied by a compelling distraction. You’re looking at the computer, sitting with pen in hand, or staring at a blank canvas of some kind and before you know … Continue reading
Hope smiles from the threshold of the year to come whispering, ‘It will be happier.’ ~Alfred Lord Tennyson. Winter Solstice Celebrations honoring the winter solstice as a moment of transition and renewal date back thousands of years and … Continue reading