Welcome to the Carnival of Creativity for April 29, 2012. All links will open in a new tab or window, so feel free to click through and leave some love in the comments. Once you close that window, you’ll be right back here for more linky goodness.
The Creative Mindset
wizard presents The Greatest Reality posted at Wizard Corpse, saying, “Your reality is technically what you perceive the world or more accurately the universe to be. But it is an important fact that that different perceptions of reality lead to different results and different inspirations of how one would live. Some live fully while some don’t. And it is also apparent that the same law of nature applies for you and me so now as a climax of our Reality Check Special, I will share with you one of the most vital (if not the most vital) guideline that will govern your life towards more meaning”
Sharing Our Work
Jennif3r presents A Prayer for Creative Flow: Healing Creative Blocks (Poetry) posted at Freedom from Ashes, saying, “This is a prayer/poem about Creativity, Spirituality, surrender and allowing our Creativity to flow through the healing of any blocks.”
Writing Quote of the Week
When they give you lined paper, write the other way. – Ray Bradbury
Writing Tips and Prompts
JeanNicole Rivers presents Writing Frustration and A Creative Way to Push Through posted at JeanNicole Rivers, saying, “Getting over writing frustration.”
Creative People Paying it Forward
The Business of Creativity
Daniela Baker presents 6 Skills Every Blogger Needs posted at Bloggers Passion, saying, “There are key ingredients in building a successful blog. You will need a set of skills like what’s listed on this article.”
Spam of the Week
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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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