Friday, May 15, 2009

Work at Home Mom: Darren Salkeld Shows the Steps to His Infinite Income Plan

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Creative Writing Funk

Seems like I've been in a creative writing slump recently. It's not even mental block since I've been generating ideas that were duly scribbled down in my writing notebook. I don't feel inspired enough to follow through, though. The creative spark just isn't there and I'm afraid that if I push it I might create Frankenstein-like pieces instead of genuine works that come alive naturally on the page.

I'm glad I can at least write assignments that are non-fiction, though. The logical side of my brain seems to be the more dominant one these days. Or is it actually that the creative side of my brain is too active in being emotional that it had to be shut down temporarily? Whatever. I'm giving myself a break from fiction.
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