Monthly Archives: May 2020

The Political Writer — According To Hoyt

I’m tired, or perhaps lazy, and actually have paying work to do (of the fiction kind.) I promise a post tomorrow, but for today, I will echo my post at Mad Genius Club. Comment here or there, or both, as … Continue reading

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Ode to a writer — Eugi’s Causerie

a writer’s purpose give thought to the now and then written by the pen a touch of imagination a bit of inspiration a tad of ideation a spot of time to spend a message to send a chance to pretend … Continue reading

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Tips To OverCome Writers Block — Bournemouth Girl

Have you ever suffered from writers block? Wondering how other creators seem to effortless put out creative ideas? You will be happy to know you are not alone. I have been asked how do I always find topics to write … Continue reading

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No Therapy for The Bipolar Writer — The Bipolar Writer Mental Health Blog

I can’t fault my therapist for moving from long hours for probably not the most exceptional pay for a better job. She was terrific, and she helped me through so much. I got to this point because of my mom, … Continue reading

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Business Storytelling & Brand Development — Charles Ford Mastery Journal

I truly enjoyed learning more about brand development. Coming into this class, I was always fascinated by brand stories. A brand makes a world of difference when trying to assess the quality of a product that I’m interested in. As … Continue reading

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As theaters remain closed, performers take to rooftops, drive-thrus — Develop Las Vegas Review-Journal

They’re proving that the show can go on even if that means meeting audiences from a rooftop, behind a plastic sheet or from outside their vehicles. via As theaters remain closed, performers take to rooftops, drive-thrus — Develop Las Vegas Review-Journal

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The Secrets Behind The Eyes of ‘Blade Runner’ — cinema unite

The eyes have it. And by “it” we mean well-placed mirrors.Blade Runner Welcome to How’d They Do That? — a bi-monthly column that unpacks moments of movie magic and celebrates the technical wizards who pulled them off. In an interview … Continue reading

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The Elephant Man (1980) — Through The 4th Wall

Director: David Lynch Screenplay by: Christopher De Vore, Eric Bergren & David Lynch (based on The Elephant Man and Other Reminiscences by Frederick Treves & The Elephant Man: A Study In Human Dignity by Ashley Montagu). Starring: John Hurt, Anthony … Continue reading

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Lady Gaga – ‘Chromatica’ Review: Gaga welcomes you to a new world — tom tries music

Lady Gaga comes back dancing on her new album, making a call back to the sound that made her famous while still treading new ground. via Lady Gaga – ‘Chromatica’ Review: Gaga welcomes you to a new world — tom tries … Continue reading

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More Than Meets the Eye – Creative Photography — Beautiful Day Designs

This week, I experimented with making creative ideas come to life with props, creative shots, and editing in Photoshop, Lightroom, and Camera Raw. I loved the process of planning my shots and then seeing how the ideas evolved during the … Continue reading

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