Welcome to the Carnival of Creativity for January 8, 2012. We’ve got some really interesting links to explore today. Click through. They will open in a new tab, so you’ll be able to enjoy them, leave a comment, and then come right back here for more.
The Creative Mindset
Charles Chua C K presents What Is the Difference Between a Journal and a Diary? posted at All About Living with Life.
The Business of Creativity
Sharing Our Work
David Leonhardt presents Fable of the Porcupine Family posted at Self-Help Happiness Blog, saying, “Moral of the story: The best relationship is not the one that brings perfect people closer together. It is when each individual learns to live with the imperfections of the others and can admire each other’s endearing qualities and find happiness together.”
Marcy L presents Mamas, Don’t Let Your Babies in Cages with Tigers posted at (Don’t Be) Too Timid and Squeamish, saying, “In this story, I tell about petting tigers in Thailand with my children, and I invite writers to link up a story about an animal or about a time they were criticized for a parenting choice.”
Goddess Leonie presents The River: Ten Ways to Fly Beyond Creative Dreams Frustrations and Fears.
Chuck Wendig presents 25 Things Writers Should Stop Doing Now.
Writing Excuses presents When Good Characters Go Bad.
Writing Quote of the Week
Science fiction writers foresee the inevitable, and although problems and catastrophes may be inevitable, solutions are not. -Isaac Asimov
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That’s all for this week. Be sure to submit your article for next week’s Carnival of Creativity by Friday at midnight!
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