Tuesday, January 25, 2011

FOR WRITERS: Saving Your Creative Spirit

Another writer shared this video on one of my loops, and I thought it would be helpful to other writers, so I'm passing it along. I think it's a neat way of looking at creativity and distancing yourself from your work. Whether you're still trying to get published and wading through rejections, or you've just finished that first book and are receiving reviews, or you're working on your next project and feeling anxious about topping your last one, this might provide some valuable insight into allowing your creativity to flow unhindered.

1 comment:

Alexis Walker said...


That was awesome! Thank you for sharing. It made me realize why I've always been drawn toward the transcendental writers like Emerson and Thoreau. They felt as that the divine "thing" (as she calls it)comes from nature and that only by man connecting with it, could he reach this amazing place of creativity. I really enjoyed this!