Monthly Archives: June 2016

Pinching the flow of creativity

In Julia Cameron’s book: The Artist’s Way, I find a compelling chapter that covers the importance of recovering a sense of self-protection when it comes to one’s creative potential.   This protection is against the blocks that each artist employs to … Continue reading

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A Room to Write.

    There are so many potential distractions as I make my way to a place of writing.   My mind is all over the place.   I pick up my iPad to check on the WordPress stats. I browse through other … Continue reading

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To submit or to live- must it be a choice?

Another thread from my novel in progress.  . Love this writing thing!   It was all too much to consider and answer here, sitting on a blanket with Frederika.   Still, Oslo wasn’t that far from Hvitsten.  How could she make sure … Continue reading

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A Conflict of Interest?

How do you feel today, Miss Katherine? It’s a question I feel compelled to ask myself. Taking my pulse. Checking on my vitals. I ask the question because I know that right now, I need an honest answer to it. … Continue reading

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