Boogie Writes

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Boogie Writes: Your Own Private Idaho

by Jennifer Taylor

Find that sweet spot that we writers strive for, a zone where the real world dissolves and nothing exists but the characters and the story. In this week’s Boogie Writes, Jennifer Taylor has some ideas on how to find our own “Private Idaho”.

Boogie Writes: The Rubberbandman

by Jennifer Taylor

Everybody loves a superhero, and it’s not always Superman or Batman. The Rubberbandman qualifies as a special super hero, and Jennifer Taylor is wishing her Rubberbandman a very happy Anniversary.

Boogie Writes: Turn on the Tap

by Jennifer Taylor

There is rhythm in writing. Listen to it. Feel it. Express it. Hear not only the words of the story, but the meter and the tempo as well. Read what you have written out loud and experience the rhythms you have created.

Boogie Writes: My First Time

by Jennifer Taylor

Jennifer’s day started like any other day, but ended up with her receiving a contract for her novel. What an amazing feeling! Be persistent with your own writing. Keep reworking and refining. Incorporate inspiration from our wonderful SSRA group. Your “first time” is coming!

Boogie Writes: Guilty Feet

by Jennifer Taylor

The struggle between feeling Genuine Guilt or Bogus Guilt can prevent you from writing. Take charge of your creativity by treating your writing as if it was a full time job. Build your writing habits, and you too can prevent Guilty Feet Syndrome!

Boogie Writes: Karaoke-Me

by Jennifer Taylor

Is your Muse stuck when it comes to writing love scenes? Loosen up with special songs that remind you of romantic moments from your first crush, or with your current love.

Boogie Writes: My Irish Soundtrack

by Jennifer Taylor

Celtic music, or any music that moves us to want to write words as beautiful as lyrics we hear. So listen to what inspires you and let that inspiration be a focus for your writing.