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Lloyd Alexander and His Muse

The relationship with a muse is not always an easy thing…. The Flat Heeled Muse Catherine Kane 9/7/16 For more information on Catherine’s books, “Adventures in Palmistry”, “The Practical Empath – Surviving and Thriving as a Psychic Empath”, “Manifesting Something … Continue reading

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Courting the Muse- an Owner’s Manual (Writing Quick Tip)

They say every writer has a Muse. Is your Muse friendly? Always there? A tease? Someone with an unlisted number? And what does she like? It’s not a one size fits all Universe, and each of us has different ways … Continue reading

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If Your Muse Runs Away

I’ve done two previous posts in the month of June on the topic of the elusive Muse (“When Your Muse Runs Away” and “Does Your Muse Run Away?” ) and I’d like to get more deeply into this.

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Does Your Muse Run Away?…

What do you think?

Is all inspiration an inside job, or does it come from without as well as within?
Does writer’s block exist?
Can your Muse “run away from you”?
What do you do to get her back?
Can you write yourself out of writer’s block?
What do you think about this whole topic?
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When Your Muse Runs Away….

You certainly run into some interesting discussions on the internet.

The other day, on a thread that I was following, a young girl asked what you did when your muse ran away.

Now that’s an interesting thought…

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