Tag Archives: The Right To Write by Julia Cameron

A Writer’s Self-doubt

My creativity has been up on the ledge lately dangling her feet. She feels alone and inept, underappreciated and forlorn, yet the well isn’t dry. It still seems damp, way at the bottom. I sit at my desk most days … Continue reading

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A Few Good Men

A Few Good Men is a favorite play and film of mine, both written by Aaron Sorkin, the play on cocktail napkins while he was an usher at a Broadway theater, proving what author Julia Cameron says… a writer writes, … Continue reading

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The Love of Writing

I always look at writing as a gift, loving it the way I do.  I think any art you’re blessed with comes straight from above.  It’s passion, rooted in your being that makes up a great deal of who you … Continue reading

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Flourishing

Today marks my 200th blog post. I started this venture the last week in July, 2011 on the heels of my last birthday with the help of Amy Foster who gets just as much credit in its launch as I … Continue reading

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