Leaves change, pumpkins pop out of patches, and the world starts anew. By Elizabeth Cutright © 2012 The Daily Creative Writer “Each year I resolve to believe there will be possibilities. Every year I resolve to be a little less the me I know and leave a little room for the me I could […]Read more "Autmnal Resolutions"
Gorey had it about right; ““Books. Cats. Life is good.” By Elizabeth Cutright © 2012 The Daily Creative Writer “What a luxury a cat is, the moments of shocking and startling pleasure in a day, the feel of the beast, the soft sleekness under your palm, the warmth when you wake on a cold night, […]Read more "Petting, Purring and Revelation"
Finding Fictional Inspiration in the World Around You By Elizabeth Cutright © 2012 The Daily Creative Writer Take a look at that chair on the other side of the room. What do you see, place to sit or something more? Maybe a magic portal? Or a relic from the past – proof of some prior […]Read more "Objects and Memories"
Pumpkins, Costumes and Autumn’s Opportunities By Elizabeth Cutright © 2012 The Daily Creative Writer The weekend’s almost here, bringing with it the last holiday of summer and the start of one of my favorite season. I love the Fall. The idea that it’s time to reap what you’ve sown….time to gather up the fruits […]Read more "Filling Up the Well"
When the real world gets in the way. By Elizabeth Cutright What am I doing writing a blog post at 10pm? I’ve got work in the morning and my busy week is only halfway done. I slept poorly yesterday, and I probably wont get my requisite eight hours tonight either. I should be snoozing, but […]Read more "Priorities and Checklists"
The moon, the stars and the wonder of it all…. By Elizabeth Cutright © 2012 The Daily Creative Writer I was reminded over the weekend just how lucky I was to be part of a generation where space travel was not just awe-inspiring, but possible – something to aspire to. I grew up during the […]Read more "A Space-age Writer"
How a “Smitten Kitten” can get you writing. By Elizabeth Cutright © 2012 The Daily Creative Writer What if you only wrote 100 words a day? How far would you get? In a week you’d have 700 words – almost a page. In a month you’d have 3000 words – that’s the length of a […]Read more "Silly rewards and tricking your writer to get to the page"