To be honest, I’m not particularly into – or even really much interested – in astrology. I used to not-infrequently read my daily horoscope, back in the day – but that was in the course of reading newspapers. The horoscope page was always just there, and so I read it! But I don’t, hardly ever, […]Read More Keeping My Mind Open!
I was straightening up today and came upon some yarn I’d given my daughter for some game she was playing. It was red yarn, a string of it. And it got me thinking again about something I read a week or two ago, via WordPress’s Daily Post: “The “red string” is an ancient belief that […]Read More Red String Magic
I’ve been talking about how (thanks to the influence of The Artist’s Way), Fall 2013 found me just flooded with creative energy. I was painting (despite the fact that I’m a terrible painter!) and I was writing all the time (despite the fact that the crazy fiction story I was working on couldn’t ultimately sustain […]Read More Sometimes It’s NOT a Waste of Time to Procrastinate on the Internet!
At the library the other day, I chanced to stumble upon a book by Julia Cameron that I hadn’t heard of before: The Sound of Paper. I checked it out and, while I’m not really reading it per se, I’ve been leafing through it since – just randomly opening it up and skimming through. It’s […]Read More From Amanda Palmer to The Alchemist, By Way of Julia Cameron
From WordPress’s Writing Challenge this week: [W]e’ll provide options for two key elements of your post — the setting and the opening line — and you’ll choose the ones you’d like to work with. Then, you can write any type of post, in any style or genre (fiction, nonfiction, poem, multimedia story) as long as you stick with these […]Read More Weekly Writing Challenge: BUILD YOUR OWN