Frank McKinley: Tribe Builder

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3 Writing Prompts to Expand Your Writing Skills

When storytelling doesn’t come easy … Last week I opened a folder with some writing I’d done …. Back in 2014! I had no idea it had been so long. The writing was for a story that was nagging at me to be written. At the time I wrote what I could and I got lost. I had no clue where to take the characters or what the point was anymore. (This was my first…

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You Are a Writer by Jeff Goins

I’m on a little bit of a bender with reading books about writing. This is one by Jeff Goins, I really like.  … And there’s one thing that REALLY bugs me about it. First, the good stuff: The way Jeff Goins writes is light and easy to read (or listen to). Some of the analogies he draws struck me as hilarious … and bang on. Take, for example, the analogy of his relationship with writing…

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Chasing the Muse: 5 Ways to Honor & Invite the Muse

In preparation for this Radio Show I decided to take a little stumble through Google to find out what a Creative Muse really is. Here’s what I’ve discovered: there are thousands, if not millions of conversations out there about the Creative Muse. Looking strictly at the definition of Muse, we have: Verb – to muse; to ponder; to think deeply and at great length; to meditate. A proper noun – In Greek mythology any one of the…

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