Monday, April 4, 2011

C is for Creativity at Your Finest

C is for creativity at your finest.

When going for creativity in your first draft of an article, don't edit anything; JUST WRITE!

Letting the creativity flow while your mojo or muse is in full swing is the best use of your creative side. Editing can be done at a later time.

Be creative with anything you decide to write. Make it fun, informative and make your readers want to take the trip or do the project with you.

5 comments:

  1. I'm bad about that. I edit as I go, then edit some more, then several times again before I'm done. I've no creativity.

    Popping in by way of the A-Z Challenge. I’m blogging at:
    Write, Wrong or Indifferent
    Marie Anne’s Missives
    In the Garden With Sow-n-Sow
    Every Day Crochet

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  2. I heart you already!!! I love writing and not editing a thing when working with the first draft. I feel that's when I'm at my strongest point. No one can stop the flow of words. They mean so much more. The passion, the voice, the courage, all wrapped in one. Editing often takes that away if you do it at the beginning. I end up losing myself.

    Amazing post! Great blog! I stopped in to welcome you to the A to Z challenge! I'm a co-host should have any questions just ask away! I do hope you'll stop by for a visit! We're also having fun on twitter (I'm @jenunedited and we're at #atozchallenge)!

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  3. Ah yes, free writing - that's when the creativity really comes out and sings!

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  4. I'm with you -- no editing the first draft if possible. Only if I sense things are going awry do I go back and revisit what I've written until I'm (almost) done.

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  5. I love your site and as I browsed your blog I decided to award you the Beautiful Mommy Writer Award.
    Go to http://astorybookworld.blogspot.com/p/awards.html and pick up your award.
    ~Deirdra

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