Tools for playful writing: Daydreams

This is the third post in this series, the first was: Inner Child, the second: Creativity. I originally intended this post to be a podcast, but my voice is all croaky and scary so I will spare you that     Some of my most memorable moments as a child were spent on my back in [...]

Tools for playful writing: creativity

This is the second in a monthly series of posts on what you can use as a writer to invoke play in your writing life. The first was Inner Child, Imagine you’re stuck writing. You don’t want to write this story anymore, you hate your characters (especially aunt Edna who constantly whines) and you really [...]

Tools for playful writing: Inner Child

  This is the first in a monthly series of posts on what you can use as a writer to invoke play in your writing life.  The first one is the most important, your ally in playful writing. Your inner child  Please note: as I am a woman I talk about she and her, when [...]