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Tag: Writing Inspiration

How to Write More, Write Better, and Be Happier:  A Half-Day Retreat with Joni Cole

How to Write More, Write Better, and Be Happier: A Half-Day Retreat with Joni Cole

Dec 31, 1969
This half-day retreat with Joni Cole will help you cultivate a healthy and productive creative process that will serve you now, and for the rest of your writing life.
The Writer's Journey

The Writer's Journey

Dec 31, 1969
By Wendy Heilig I believe everyone is a writer, though some work at it formally and for publication more than others. However, most any form that takes what we have percolating inside of us and puts it down in some form outside of ourselves is writing...
Writing prompt #1: To the Window

Writing prompt #1: To the Window

Dec 31, 1969
By Shawn Thomas Anderson Go to the nearest window. What do you see? Take the next 15-20 minutes to record the view from your window. Get specific, and go beyond the sense of sight. How does it sound out…
Writing prompt #3: Dirty Hands

Writing prompt #3: Dirty Hands

Dec 31, 1969
By Shawn Thomas Anderson An original monthly writing prompt: You wake from a trance. You’re standing in a strange place, with hands covered in something...
Writing prompt #2: Through the Eyes of a Child

Writing prompt #2: Through the Eyes of a Child

Dec 31, 1969
By Shawn Thomas Anderson I just love this image of these boys running through the field. There’s something nostalgic about it—something dramatic and slightly foreboding, yet curious, adventurous, and fun. Take these boys on a journey...
This Is How I Hygge: Danish Coziness for the Writer

This Is How I Hygge: Danish Coziness for the Writer

Dec 31, 1969
By Shawn Thomas Anderson Hygge (pronounced hue-gah or hoo-gah) is the Danish concept for coziness. It’s about embracing simplicity, taking pleasure in quiet moments and creature comforts… As writers, we could all gain a great deal from embracing this lifestyle hack...
Join Us 4/29 for Spring Program: Springtime is the Write Time, the Words of Joni B. Cole, Julie McGrath, and Joseph Citro

Join Us 4/29 for Spring Program: Springtime is the Write Time, the Words of Joni B. Cole, Julie McGrath, and Joseph Citro

Dec 31, 1969
LVW announces its spring writing program, and would like to invite writers from all over the state, both published and pre-published, to attend. The program’s theme is Springtime is the Write Time: Inspirational Words to Open Your Mind, Create & Live By It is scheduled for 9:00AM to 3:00PM on April 29, 2017 at the Best Western, Waterbury (right off I-89)...
Write with Authority

Write with Authority

Dec 31, 1969
By Jeanette Segale I’m about to enter the world of writing words that others will read. As I transition into my new writing career, I’ve spent the past couple months revisiting how to write. I want to share with you the first assignment that struck home for me. It’s from the book authored by Fairfax & Moats in The Way To Write: “Look up these three words in a good dictionary and consider how their meanings interrelate: author, authority, authentic.“
INTO THE WORDS Recap: Using Your Senses to Get into the Writing Zone

INTO THE WORDS Recap: Using Your Senses to Get into the Writing Zone

Dec 31, 1969
By Pat Esden. I’m delighted to have been invited to chat about using your sense to get into the writing zone. I’m the author of The Dark Heart series from Kensington Books, and the upcoming Northern Circle Coven series...
Story of One Writer’s Evolution as a Poet: Summer Talk at INTO THE WORDS

Story of One Writer’s Evolution as a Poet: Summer Talk at INTO THE WORDS

Dec 31, 1969
By Kathy McKinley Harris This is the story of my evolution as a poet. Over the years of my League membership (I joined in 1978) I’ve learned what attendees want from a meeting is something useful they can take home. Maybe you take home only one useful thing from a meeting. Well, then, you are that much ahead on your writing journey...