Category Archives: Creative Writing

Appearing at SCIRW (Sunshine Coast International Readers and Writers) Festival 2016

Not long to go now, this Saturday in fact, I’m running a workshop on poetry, appearing on a panel discussion about creativity and writing and presenting at the Poets Night. I’m so excited to have this opportunity;  others having faith … Continue reading

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Making Up Words- Part 2

I’ve come across a wonderfully new word this week- because you know how much I love making up words- I can’t take the credit for this one though,it’s from the Urban Dictionary) Bedgasm (is perhaps a neologism -see previous blog … Continue reading

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Writing It Out

An idea appears, sparked by something I’ve read, or heard or seen, won’t be put aside and demands to be written out- This is what it feels like; a splinter which won’t stop smarting til I’ve worked it out of … Continue reading

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Creativity Overload

I’d been feeling like I had too much ‘creating’ going on (oh what a thing to suffer from, you may say, but it was worse than having creative block) or rather too much going on in general. I was feeling … Continue reading

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Daring Greatly-

Watching Oprah Winfrey’s interview with Dr Brene Brown on Super Soul Sunday, and having an ‘Aha!’ moment myself- this is it, this is why I need to keep writing; step up, own my words, my thoughts, my crazy brain, cos I can’t … Continue reading

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6 Reasons Why I Write with Pen and Paper

When you write a story or poetry or otherwise become creative with words, do you write by hand using pen and paper, or do you write on the computer? This is why I prefer pen and paper- -I find writing … Continue reading

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Five Ideas to Write About in Your Journal

Sometimes it’s difficult to know what to write in your journal. It’s been a busy day, you’re tired, but writing will help you wind down and relax. Sometimes ideas just pop into your head, unannounced. These are usually the best … Continue reading

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