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Surviving the Dark Side of Creativity By Angela Knight

Creativity and imagination are humanity’s greatest strength. The ability to visualize ways to make life better enabled us to harness fire, invent the wheel, and go to the moon. For fiction writers, imagination is our bread-and-butter. It’s the superpower we use to create worlds where Knights of the Round Table become immortal vampires, or pretty …
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DEADLINE: IMPOSSIBLE by Deborah Riley-Magnus

Is there anything more terrifying than a looming deadline? Whether it’s a weight loss goal before bikini season, tax fear of April 15th, or a publishing deadline, it can rattle the nerves in ways that seriously mess up our stomach for weeks. Just think about the deadlines we put on ourselves. Getting to work on …
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The Magical, Mystical, Multi-Dimensional Creative Process by Deborah Riley-Magnus

Where does it come from? The ideas? The overwhelming curiosity? The pull toward fruition all writer’s feel. Sure, we battle against project completion because of our fear of failure, or more likely, fear of success. That’s a topic for another blog. Today, let’s explore the extraordinary CREATIVE PROCESS. My theories about the writer’s creative process …