More Information Than I Can Possibly Use…

Still need to start thinking about my platform, but right now I’m doing the planning and outline for a “play-shop” on waking your creativity up that I’ll be giving at the end of February on behalf of the Fairfield County Writer’s group (FCWG)


While I’m  lining up and organizing far more information than I’ll possibly be able to cover in the time allotted for this presentation (’cause that’s how I roll…) , I found myself thinking about creativity as a topic for one of the FCWG’s booklets as well. They’re trying to bring out small booklets on different isolated topics about writing. I’ve already picked up and started work on a couple of these topics, but with all the information I was pulling together on creativity, it seemed like it’d be a good thing to have a booklet on this topic available at the same time.

So, now I’m creating a presentation and a booklet on  creativity. The information is not identical in these two things, but taking the abundance of info I’ve pulled together in my research and sharing it out between two co-ordinated projects strikes me as both efficient and fun. (Huzzah! Less great information wasted!)

This is something that’s worth considering in your ow writing. If you’re doing research for something you’re writing, is there more than one way you can apply your research in order to get the most good out of it?…


Catherine Kane


For more information on Catherine’s books, “Adventures in Palmistry”, “The Practical Empath – Surviving and Thriving as a Psychic Empath”, her urban fantasy “The Lands That Lie Between”  and her latest book “Manifesting Something Better” all from Foresight Publications, click here

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