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Quote of the Week~June 29th, 2012 via IgniteYourCreativity.net

“The two most engaging powers of an author are to make new things familiar and familiar things new.”

~Samuel Johnson

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I was interviewed over at reviveyourcreativity.com check it out!

Creators Answer: What Art Would You Try Next? by Michael Roberts

Are you destined to create one type of art?

In his book Linchpin, author Seth Godin talked about the idea that everyone has flashes of genius. Not all of us may have the ability and the training to become award-winning novelists, but we can tell captivating stories in one form or another.

With that in mind, I asked a variety of creators the following questions: Read more here

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Weekly Writing Spark~June 25th|| IgniteYourCreativity.net

I’ve spent many years camping and I have to say, some of my best memories have centered around nightly campfires. With the strange sounds of the wilderness, and the shadows cast by flickering flames, one of my all-time favourite things to do was to get immersed in a great ghost story.

What is your favourite haunting tale? Write your own take on that favourite.  Will you change the time, or place?  Will you introduce a new villain or create a brand new creature that lurks in the woods?

Get creative and have fun! 🙂


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Quote of the Week~June 22nd, 2012 via IgniteYourCreativity.net

“The only way you can write the truth is to assume that what you set down will never be read. Not by any other person, and not even by yourself at some later date. Otherwise you begin excusing yourself. You must see the writing as emerging like a long scroll of ink from the index finger of your right hand; you must see your left hand erasing it.”

~Margaret Atwood


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Weekly Writing Spark~June 18th|| IgniteYourCreativity.net

You are quietly playing your favourite video game when all of a sudden you lose consciousness.  When you wake up, something just doesn’t seem right, actually things seem very wrong.  All of a sudden, you make the realization that you have in fact woken up inside of the game!  Write about your adventures and attempts to get back to your real world. Do you get shot at or do have to move around huge chess pieces?

Get creative and have fun!