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The Creative Writing Programme

Date of publication: 2017-09-03 02:03

I am so thankful I found your blog! I just visited She Reads Truth, as I had pinned a post from them and you on my Pinterest board. I really relate to all you said in your post. I am also a writer, but haven 8767 t made any time for it recently. I have all these wonderful new journals and notebooks that I won 8767 t touch because I am afraid of 8775 messing them up. 8776 I 8767 m going to grab one and dive right in! Thank you for sharing what has worked so well for you.

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I have seen this post shared a few times this week and finally got over here to read it 😉 I used to write the Word in my journal along with the SRT lesson. But for some reason I stopped. You have reminded me how powerful it is, how it helps in remembering and also just really drives the point home instead of just skimming through. Thank you for the reminder to the importance of writing to the Lord!
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Wow, nobody has mentioned The Middle Finger Project for best copywriting blog? Ash Ambirge definitely gets my vote. http:///

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I loved this piece! Your wonderful word choice and clever phrasing helped to create a very vivid image of this gem of a beach, in my mind. It really sucked me in, so much so that I couldn 8767 t help but feel a sharp twinge of sadness and disappointment when the human presence disrupted it all and popped the 8775 perfect bubble in time 8776 . Thank you for sharing such a lovely piece.

She tossed. She turned. Her eyes wouldn’t stay shut. They
would stay open either. She blinked. The dark of the night filled the room, and
the smell of dust covered everything. The blankets on the bed were everywhere,
and one the pillows had been thrown on the floor. The rest of the bedroom
looked neat, beside the dark and glooming aroma.

Hi Maxx, of course you may share with your grandmother the only thing we would worry about is if you were to publish them for monetary gain. Enjoy! 🙂

Thanks so much for posting this Sonia, I 8767 m honoured to be on the list as (I think) the only Brit
In terms of other great resources, Joe Konrath 8767 s blog is great for indie publishing, especially fiction
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and Seth Godin is posting about publishing at The Domino Project blog separately from his main blog
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If you like video interviews and publishing specifics, check out Dan Blank 8767 s We Grow Media
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Thanks, Joanna

Mur has a great podcast for 8766 wannabe fiction 8767 writers which is definitely a must-listen. Her take on 8775 it 8767 s ok to suck 8776 helped me write my first novel. I also recommend Writing Excuses podcast, again, for fiction writers. http:///

John Carlton So I can do without the that shows up all over his writing, but he 8767 s one genius cookie when it comes to sales copywriting.

Well as they said, 8775 Jack of all Trades, master of none 8776 , it is better to find what you work with best rather than play around with all the genres willy nilly, because using the genre you are best with, will allow you to convey what you want to say more easily and your focus will be on being creative rather than actually trying to figure out how to write a short story or a novel, etc. Similar to how an Artist will stick with particular mediums, Watercolour is far different to Oil paints and so the Artist will stay with they are familiar with, the best way to convey what they feel.

Writing is slower than reading so I am able to marinade on each word longer. Truths I may miss from a read through are being highlighted in my brain and written out to completely grasp the mystery of the Gospel.

Secondly, congrats to the finalists and the nominated blogs. I encourage everyone here to check out the finalists and the blogs that were nominated. It was a stellar group this year, truly outstanding.

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Be creative, if you doodle, draw or paint let those creative energies flow into your writing. If you like different colored pens, highlighting, starring or marking, do that too.

I 8767 m working on a site in Danish about writing and I would love to translate these awesome prompts into Danish and use it on the site. Would that be OK? I 8767 ll credit with links of course!

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