What To Do When Your Creative River Run Dry: Three Tips For Writers

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Words can be containers for liquid magic. Even though I write daily, I know when a special story comes to me; words flow like a river and are infused with joy. This divine flow brings relaxation as it passes through my body, into my hands, and then onto the page through the portal of my pen. On the other hand, I also have experienced word droughts. In times like these, I…

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Lisa Dunbar Solas

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Lisa is an Australian researcher, educator and artist and holds a PhD in Archaeology. https://www.patreon.com/lisadunbarsolas

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