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Writing Exercise: The Rambler

book001Hello, folks!  It’s been a while since I posted.  I’ve been working on a few things.

One of the things I’ve been working on is refining my writing and working on ways to get past writer’s block.  Almost every writer get writer’s block and so I’ve decided to put up some writing exercises that I’ve been using.  If they’re popular enough I might continue to put more up so if you like this make sure to click the ‘Like’ button down the bottom of the page.

This writing exercise is called The Rambler.

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Relating to the Muse – Thoughts

Hesiod and the Muse, by Moreau Gustave, 1891.

I was talking to a friend the other day about creativity.

I’m still not sure precisely how the conversation turned the way it did.  When I converse with people they can often be left a little confused as to how my mind jumps from place to place.  Often I have to stop and explain why I’ve started on an apparently random topic.

Really, though, my thought processes are pretty straightforward.  It’s just that people can’t see how others make connections from topic to topic.

Anyway, we were talking about creativity.

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