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We are so thrilled to have our family from overseas visiting with us this week. Our son-in-law brought us a gorgeous vase made by hand from a solid piece of Korean oak. His sister, Jung Im, took three months to fashion it, and modeled it on a vase from the Choson Dynasty.

Although Jung Im is not a writer, her care and craft made me think of how writers are creative in many ways. Not only do writers write, but many play music, draw, paint, sew, or practice other endeavors.

I crochet blankets, although poorly. My family just has to say, “Oh, look. This is warm and made with love.” But I could never sell my crochet work at an arts fair. I am much more talented with embroidery and crewel work, though, and have given pillowcases, tablecloths, and pictures to friends and family. I don’t engage much in these hobbies now, but I’m still creative. Next week I’ll tell you how.

Your turn:

What creative endeavors do you enjoy other than writing?

Are your characters artistic?

Has your creativity outside of writing inspired your work?


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The Morals of the Story

As promised, here are the morals—and names—of the story of our young writer from last week. If you missed the post, please go back and read it. The young writer? None other than the gifted Lori Benton. Her second novel, The Pursuit of Tameson Littlejohn, released in April 2014. The first …

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The World Rages

One hundred years ago this week, the Great War began. It was the war that was supposed to end all wars. The world decided it was about time to get all their anger out at once and then go back to living in peace.  Following the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand …

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Orphan Trains & Wild Stallions

by Allen Arnold I recently read about the unexpected publishing success of Orphan Train.  It’s a novel set in present-day Maine and Depression-era Minnesota. This fifth book from Christina Baker Kline has turned out to be a sleeper hit of the year, with more than one million copies sold. I’m …

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Fun Fridays – July 25, 2014

When grown men have too much time on their hands and have lost patience waiting for the next “Star Wars” installment. [Warning: there is definite guy-humor in this...explosions and other fun things.] The ending is hilarious.  

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