Writers sometimes forget the simple power of asking for what’s needed – time, inspiration, the courage to being.Read more "Ask me, I won’t say no…how could I?"
Replace assumptions, dig deep, and ditch fear for freedom.Read more "Face Your Fear, Find Your Freedom"
Confront your awkward missteps and cringe-worthy moments and set your writing free.Read more "We are, none of us, perfect…"
When, as a writer or creative, you find yourself feeling unmotivated, uninspired or just plain blocked, re-frame your perspective and keep an eye out for signs you’re on the right track.Read more "Reframe it, Adjust It, Find a Fix"
To Fitzgerald, a successful writer must risk exposure and evisceration and be willing to tear themselves apart for the reader.Read more "F. Scott Fitzgerald asks – Are you willing to pay the price of admission?"
The Art and Importance of Following Directions (Notes from the Writers Files) By Elizabeth Cutright © 2012 The Daily Creative Writer Scrawled in red across the front page, “E – I gave this a quick read. I’m pleased to tell you that I like your writing quite a lot. I’ll look forward to reading it […]Read more "Scrawled in red…"
Advisors, Directors and Trailblazers By Elizabeth Cutright © 2012 The Daily Creative Writer I’ve always belived that one woman’s success can only help another woman’s success. Gloria Vanderbilt I’m not going to lie. It’s not going to be easy. Not one bit. But it’s not impossible. Not by a long shot. I’m talking about following […]Read more "Charting a Creative Course"