Another week, another bunch of informal writerly learnings 🙂
There’s not as much as usual, because last week’s Facebook outage sacrificed a whole day’s worth of curation. Sorry, but it’s still the easiest way for me to track my online reading.
Nina Munteanu explains how to stoke the scintillation of inspiration.
Julianna Baggott offers three clues that you may be a more productive writer. Kathryn Craft tells you when to let go of your original inspiration. Writer Unboxed
Christina Delay wants you to invite creativity through meditation. Writers in the Storm
K.M. Weiland says that plot, character, and theme are the greatest love triangle of all time. Helping Writers Become Authors
Chris Winkle answers a writing question: how do I keep my non-productive immortal race from becoming problematic? Then, Chris teams up with Oren Ashkenazi: five ways your characters can acquire magic. Finally, Oren tackles five more underpowered antagonists. Mythcreants
Alexa Donne tries to help you figure out if you’re a good writer.
Mary Hynes: when hope is “punk” and grudge is forgiveness. “Tapestry” on CBC.
Ben H. Winters wonders what the make-believe bureaucracies of science fiction say about us? The New York Times
And that was Tipsday. Come back on Thursday for some fuel for your thoughts.
Until then, be well, my friends!