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Information and inspiration: psychology & creativity. http://talentdevelop.com
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The Transformational Author Online Classes

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“Every great transformational book (and every great transformational business) begins with a PERSONAL transformation.” Christine Kloser - Author, entrepreneur, coach and host of the Transformational Author Experience May 19-30 with 22 teachers for published and aspiring authors.


Two free classes each day, plus recordings available - go to the site for more details:   The Transformational Author Experience

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Charlotte Brontë on the creative gift

Charlotte Brontë on the creative gift | Developing Creativity | Scoop.it

“But this I know; the writer who possesses the creative gift owns something of which they are not always master - something that at times strangely wills and works for itself." ― Charlotte Brontë

 

A related post: Embracing Our Creative Abilities and Inspirations as Gifts http://talentdevelop.com/5703/embracing-our-creative-abilities-and-inspirations-as-gifts/

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How Amazon Saved My Life

How Amazon Saved My Life | Developing Creativity | Scoop.it

By Jessica Park I am an author. I still can’t get used to that title...How did I end up on my own? It began when I couldn’t get my first YA book, Relatively Famous, published, despite getting stellar feedback from editors and nearly selling the film rights to a teen pop star...

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Related: How to Self Publish a Book

http://theinnerwriter.com/how-to-self-publish-a-book/

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Digital Publishing Virtual Summit

Digital Publishing Virtual Summit | Developing Creativity | Scoop.it
Discover simple video creation strategies for publishing your own book promotion videos, how to create a viral eBook and publish to iTunes, and more.

 

Live presentations June 12–21, 2012
Recordings available

20 Online Workshops

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Programs for Authors and Aspiring Writers

Programs for Authors and Aspiring Writers | Developing Creativity | Scoop.it

These programs can provide substantial guidance and resources to enhance your success as an author and writer entrepreneur:

Mark Matousek’s  Writing Through Fear course
The Transformational Author Experience
The Creative Penn Training
The Writer’s Circle -- and more

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The Entrepreneurial Author: Achieving Success and Balance as a Writer in the 21st Century

The Entrepreneurial Author: Achieving Success and Balance as a Writer in the 21st Century | Developing Creativity | Scoop.it

"Balance is the key to keeping temptations and evils at bay. It is the critical difference between an Entrepreneurial Author and a traditional author."

 

"The Entrepreneurial Author uses stress as a benchmark. If she feels any stress, she knows she must be going about things in the wrong way."

 

- Author David L Hancock - who is a presenter at The Digital Publishing Virtual Summit
http://theinnerwriter.com/DPVS

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The Daily Writing Impulse

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The Daily Writing Impulse subscription to daily email prompts will spark you to eagerly set aside time each day to enjoy your writing fix.

 

"You don’t need to become a reckless hermit to get your writing into your schedule. Over and over again, my clients report great satisfaction from writing just 15 minutes a day.

That’s right. Fifteen minutes a day builds a writing habit that you can maintain – on your terms.

Then there’s the problem of what to write. You’ve got a ton of story and blog ideas, but the starkly pristine blank page shuts that writing impulse down faster than you can say writer’s block.

You need the starter’s pistol to get you – and your words – out of the gate."

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