Do you ever wish you were more creative? Well, here are three methods to help stir up your creativity juices and get you inspired.
Visualisation isn’t only for writers. And if you are a writer, it is not only for your writing. Steven Covey suggests that we spend a few minutes each day in visualization. He recommends that before starting to write, or before tackling any major project, you should sit down and think your way through the process. Let’s look at this from a writer’s perspective. read more
When I first started writing on a regular basis, I linked with a writing buddy who also wanted to be more disciplined with her writing. Only thing was, she was in England, and I live in South Africa. Yet it worked, and it worked well. read more
In another post, I complained about writers who try to present the entire Gospel message (or any other story or explanation) in one long speech. read more
Dialogue can make or break a story. Nothing is worse than reading a passage where two characters have a stilted conversation with one another. Learn to listen to the way people talk, and see how they tell you about themselves in the way they talk. read more
I remember listening to a tape recording many years ago. The speaker, Mike Warnke, was sharing of his experience as a new Christian and speaker. He determined to be the very best . . . and studied the top speakers in the field. read more