Monthly Archives: October 2012

Creativity Affirmation Card~October 30th, 2012~via IgniteYourCreativity.net

My creativity is a gift and brings great joy to my life!

 


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Weekly Writing Spark~October 29th, 2012 || via www.IgniteYourCreativity.net

With Hurricane Sandy hitting the east coast, it serves as a reminder of how powerful nature is. We often overlook the fact that in mere seconds we can be brought to ruins and humbled by nature.

Write about what happens when we lose sight of mother nature’s wrath.

Reflect and write

Quote of the Week~October 26th, 2012 via IgniteYourCreativity.net

“The maker of a sentence launches out into the infinite and builds a road into chaos and old night, and is followed by those who hear him with something of wild, creative delight.”

~Ralph Waldo Emerson

Wednesday Wallpaper ~October 24th~ Ignite Your Creativity

“Creativity can be described as letting go of certainties.”

~Gail Sheehy

Creativity Affirmation Card~October 23rd, 2012~via IgniteYourCreativity.net

      

My creativity knows no boundaries.


Weekly Writing Spark~October 22nd, 2012 || via www.IgniteYourCreativity.net

What lurks in the dark?

Everyone holds in their mind dark and light thoughts.  With Halloween around the corner, reach into those dark areas and create a terrifying tale suited to the season, centered around the monsters that already live in your neighborhood.

Get creative and have fun!

Quote of the Week~October 19th, 2012 via IgniteYourCreativity.net

“It seems to be one of the paradoxes of creativity that in order to think originally we must familiarize ourselves with the ideas of others.”

~George F Kneller

Wednesday Wallpaper ~October 17th~ Ignite Your Creativity

“Art is the lie that tells the truth.”
~Pablo Picasso

Creativity Affirmation Card~October 16th, 2012~via IgniteYourCreativity.net

       I am always receptive to creative inspiration.


Weekly Writing Spark~October 15th, 2012 || via www.IgniteYourCreativity.net

Mark Twain once said “Truth is stranger than fiction, but it is because fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities; truth isn’t.”

What event in your life or one dear to you is so surreal that it would make an interesting story?  Would it be believable? Which genre would it fit into, horror, comedy, thriller or romance?

Reflect and write

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