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My Muse-ical Process

It’s probably no surprise that music has always inspired me to write; this has been my process since I was a teenager. I’ve written about music and writing before on Poeta Officium but I thought I’d write about it again seeing as it has been the main driving force behind my story ideas lately. Most of you […]

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The Sunday Session….What Are Your Thoughts On….

…….writing/creating while being under the influence of alcohol (or anything else!). As Ernest Hemingway once said ‘Write drunk; edit sober,’. I don’t think he meant that literally (or, maybe he did!) but it got me thinking about artists/writers who may in fact create masterpieces while under the influence. Stephen King has said he doesn’t remember […]

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The Sunday Session…What Are Your Thoughts On…

Your Muse. Mine at the moment is Greek music. My WIP is such an emotionally driven story that I have to be in the right frame of mind to write it. Greek songs are classic tragedies, so emotive. So full of passion. The lyrics are dripping with heartache, jealousy, over-the-top devotion. They don’t describe ‘love’. […]

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Warning: Self Congratulatory Post Ahead

1,025 clicks! Thanks to all of you out there that take the time to come over and read my ramblings, I have hit a blogging milestone! I wanted to use the international thank you image again because I get clicks from all over the world.

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The Writing Process

It has been almost a month since I started Poeta Officium. And in this month I have learned so much from all of you, I actually can’t believe how far I have progressed as a writer. I will now add the corny tear jerking ‘Thank you, thank you so much’ …. but I truly do mean […]

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