News tagged with ‘inspiration’

4 Items

Butt Glue & Craft: Meals for the Mind

by SSRA Blog Contributor

Darlene Corcoran shares her experiences with the Butt Glue. She compares the results gained when she applied Butt Glue to her writing, to the satisfaction one receives from an excellent meal. Think you may be hungry for your turn at applying Butt Glue? If you are, then don’t hesitate to sample what Darlene has to say…

Boogie Writes : Surviving the Dark Moment

by Jennifer Taylor

Jennifer Taylor turns this months “Boogie Writes” over to Loretta Rogers. Last month, Jennifer asked readers to share any experiences they’ve had with dark moments in their writing career. Loretta Rogers has kindly agreed to share her own experiences in surviving a dark moment.

Judy Kammeraad – Butt Glue – My Week with Elmer

by SSRA Blog Contributor

Receiving the Butt Glue Challenge, Judy was not to be intimidated by a plain bottle of Elmer’s Glue. In order to regain her muse, she photo shopped a face and designed clothing to give “Elmer”personality. This character enhancement inspired Judy to write, but at the end of the day, she rediscovered that her own true love was her real inspiration for writing romance fiction.

Picture a Cure for Writer’s Block

by CT Charles
Follow me

CT Charles

VP-Communications & Webmaster at SSRA
CT Charles writes dark romantic suspense and thrillers. She is a member of several professional associations, including Romance Writers of America®, Sunshine State Romance Authors, Sisters in Crime, and RomVets.

When not writing fiction, Cheryl blogs about her travels and adventures on the road as a full-time RVer with her retired Marine husband. 'Outdoor Cheryl' enjoys long-distance running, cycling, kayaking, and hiking. 'Indoor Cheryl' is a computer geek, TV and film buff, and a voracious reader.
Follow me

Latest posts by CT Charles (see all)

Want to know a great way to kick writer’s block to the curb? Motivate your muse? Create characters with real character? Find a great photographer’s website, or even a photo sharing site like Flickr, and peruse the images you find there. As writers, we are encouraged to read, read, read in order to find inspiration […]