Write about a time you had no worries . . . a play-filled time . . . a time you felt free to be you. Does this scene look familiar? You know where it’s from if you’ve been to Maria’s Out West Garage in Petaluma, California. Hi, Maria. 🙂
We are lucky to have Suzanne Murray as today’s guest blogger, encouraging our writing. Excerpt from Suzanne Murray’s Post, 2/14/2018 Are you feeling uninspired? Has your got-up-and-go got-up-and-went? Say that three times! Then read Suzanne’s inspiring message: FALL IN LOVE WITH CREATIVE PROCESS by Suzanne Murray. A lot of people think that when it comes to creativity, inspiration is the key. Yet those moments of insight or revelation never occur without the willingness to commit to the work and continue to show up. This perseverance is just as important. You get a creative flash. You show up to the work and what wants to be born becomes more clear. Nobel prize winning Canadian short story writer Alice Munro once said, “I threw away all my early writings and it wasn’t because I was the mother of three small children. It was because I was learning my craft and it took…
Today’s writing prompt: Wrong Number.
If you could invent something to make your life easier, what would it be?
What are you obsessed with? Write about your obsessions. Photo by Christina Gleason
Spring. Summer. Autumn. Winter. In-between seasons. Write about your favorite time of year.
“You think you know them, these creatures robed in your parent’s skins.” Writing Prompt: Read the excerpt. Copy it in your notebook, if you want. Then see what comes up for you and Just Write! Excerpt from the poem, At the Lake House by Jon Loomis