Guest Post: Angie Richmond

Today I have a special guest. If memory serves me correctly, we met during NaNoWriMo word wars. Since then, we’ve been online buddies and I always look forward to Angie’s cheerful, humorous, and inspiring tweets. I asked her to share the news about her latest creative adventure in hopes that you might be inspired as[…]

7 Steps to Get Your Groove Back When You’ve Lost Your Writing Rhythm

Today I have a special guest. The lovely and talented Cynthia Morris shares some tips on how to get back into your groove as a writer. Enjoy! ~ You know the feeling – you’re writing regularly, feeling the flow of your unique writing impulse. You’re making headway on your project and you feel gooood. Then[…]

Strong Enough for a Man, but Made for a Woman

  Today I would like to welcome one of my fellow Consortium members,  Joshua Unruh. His book came out today, zooming to the top of Amazon’s charts at #1 of free Kindle books in the category of Children’s Mystery and Spy Stories. Go, Josh! I’m currently about 3/4 the way through this novel and loving[…]

Tosca Lee: Fanning the Flame

Today I have a special guest on the blog. Welcome author Tosca Lee and her insight into inspiration. ~ The Source of the Spark This is what I think about inspiration: that it happens all the time. We have these tiny spark moments where we think, “What if…” or “I wonder what that would be[…]

Guest Writers: Tosca Lee

I am pleased and very excited to introduce a new guest this week. Tosca Lee is the award-winning author of two novels (with two more soon to come). Havah is the story of Eve from a first-person point of view. Demon: A Memoir is a tale about a man who is stalked by a demon[…]

Inspiration from the Uninspiring

Greetings, Becca’s readers! Thanks for letting me share creativity with you today. And many thanks to Becca for inviting me here! Her blog is a source of weekly inspiration and thought-provoking challenge, so I feel honored that she’s asked me to share some inspiration in return. A Creative Journey and a First Step As some[…]

Guest Writers: Courtney Cantrell

This week I am pleased to welcome a dear fellow Creative to share some of her own inspiration. Courtney, the Vice President and Head of the Writing School within the Consortium, has a passion for creating. She has been writing since second grade and completed her first novel at age fifteen. In 1999, she graduated[…]

Capturing Inspiration

Inspiration is a tricky thing. I’ll always remember the night I finished my first novel. It was a meandering, unplanned, angsty beast I spent most of my high school career working on, and I really had no idea where I was going. Then, one Friday night, I watched Empire Records for the first time. As[…]