Julia Cameron says that to be a productive writer, you have to keep the drama on the page. Because drama in your real life sucks your creative energy. I have done a super-awful job at keeping the drama on the page for the latter part of August, but hey, it’s September now!
So let’s assume I’m going to do a better job of that for a bit, ‘kay? Bring on the fictional drama!
First off, some non-news about my WIP novel in the video below:
Also… I’ve submitted a flash fiction piece to the local writers group that meets at the Corydon Public Library, Quills & Quibbles. You can check it out here, should you so desire (also, there are a lot of other great stories from other group members on the blog, so it’s worth a visit).
If you write or create, do you agree with Julia Cameron? Does personal drama drain your creative energy? Or do you believe an artist needs a life filled with passion and intrigue?