Creativity

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Creativity, Writing, and the Ever-Changing Face of Publishing by Marilyn Brant

I first discovered Marilyn Brant‘s books several years ago, and I’ve been hoping to meet her in person ever since. I’m kind of stalking her – I moved to Chicago and joined her local RWA […]

Style, Fear And The Bias Against Creativity with Ruth Harris

“Fashion is about dressing according to what’s fashionable. Style is more about being yourself.” Oscar de la Renta RU contributor and author Ruth Harris (in her own inimitable style) talks about overcoming fears and embracing […]

Hold Your Nose and Type – The Upside of Writing Fast with Ruth Harris

RU contributor, Ruth Harris, joins us today to discuss ways to jump start your writing and boost your word count.    Hello, Ruth! Today, as we head for NaNoWriMo, I’m going to talk about another, much less frequently suggested, […]

Jo Robertson presents The Wacky, Wonderful Writing Process

I’m so pleased to welcome debut author Jo Robertson to the RU campus! Jo’s first book, THE WATCHER, debuted on Amazon earlier this month. Here’s a quick blurb.  Forensic psychiatrist Kate Myers believes the killer […]

Mental Health Spa with Laurie Schnebly Campbell

Today, we welcome the lovely and generous Laurie Schnebly Campbell. She’s at RU to chat with us about taking care of ourselves as writers. I don’t know about you, but I certainly need a mental […]

Make Your Workspace Work for You with Jeanne Adams

At the end of 2010, I took a fabulous class with Jeanne Adams on how to create a writer’s workspace that works for each individual writer. I had moved into a rental house a few […]

Unblocking: Writing Techniques to Enhance the Creative Process

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Use Your Intuition to Enhance Your Creativity

Creativity always seems like such an elusive concept to me. What force inside humans compels us to sing, dance, sculpt, and write?

Name That Muse – “Underdog” to the Rescue!

Welcome to a mini blog bit of Muse Therapy – D. D. Scott style – where it’s all about injecting life into tired and/or stressed out muses.

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  • Aug 29, 2014 Braiding Your Story with Laurie Schnebly Campbell
  • Sep 2, 2014 Power-up World Building through Point of View with Anna Steffl
  • Sep 4, 2014 Mistakes Made, Lessons Learned on the Path to Publication with Renita D'Silva

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