Monthly Archives: May 2012

Wednesday Wallpaper for Writers ~ May 30th~ Ignite Your Creativity

“Becoming the reader is the essence of becoming a writer.”
~John O’Hara


Weekly Creativity Affirmation Card~May 29th, 2012~via

~I find incredible joy in creating.~

Weekly Writing Spark~May 28th||

Mythological Mash-up

You come across an old text that claims you are in fact a demigod, a person whose one parent is/was a mythological god and whose other parent is/was mortal.  Many ancient civilizations such as Greek, Celtic, Sumerian and Indian hosted the belief in demigods and some still do. Who was/is your godly parent? What would your “divine” gifts be? Do you have super-human strength? Can you walk through fire?

Write about a day in the life of your “demigod self”.

Get creative and more importantly….have fun! 🙂

Quote of the Week~May 25th, 2012 via

“I carry a notebook with me everywhere. But that’s only the first step. Ideas are easy. It’s the execution of ideas that really separates the sheep from the goats.”

~Sue Grafton

Wednesday Wallpaper for Writers ~ May 23rd~ Ignite Your Creativity

“Literature flourishes best when it is half a trade and half an art.”~ William Ralph Inge

Weekly Creativity Affirmation Card~May 22nd, 2012~via

~I confidently trust my creative voice.~

Weekly Writing Spark~May 21st||

For those who celebrated the Victoria Day Weekend…this one is for you.  For many the Victoria Day weekend marks the launch of the nice weather and to some the start of the warm weather outdoor festivities (camping, BBQ’s etc.).  For some Canadians it is often nicknamed the May 2-4, which is slang for a case of twenty-four beers.  The May 24 weekend is the weekend that many wild parties have been spawned…parties, you dare not speak of…or do you?!? You wake up the morning after the weekend and don’t seem to remember much of the preceding events but notice several things seem oddly out of place, namely…

Get creative and have fun! 🙂

Quote of the Week~May 18th, 2012 via

“I can’t help but to write, I have a inner need for it. If I’m not in the middle of some literary project, I’m utterly lost, unhappy and distressed. As soon as I get started, I calm down.”

~Kaari Utrio

Wednesday Wallpaper for Writers ~ May 16th~ Ignite Your Creativity

“I don’t pretend we have all the answers. But the questions are certainly worth thinking about.”
~Arthur C. Clarke

Weekly Creativity Affirmation Card~May 15th, 2012~via

~My creative potential is limitless.~

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