Welcome to the Carnival of Creativity for September 11, 2016. 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.

Response to Writing Reader Prompt

Gina Hunter presents Getting Started in response to Prompt #630 First Line of the Week – Courtney Eldridge.

MELINDA KUCSERA presents Effulgence in response to Prompt #1242 Word of the Week – Effulgence.












Sharing Our Work

Eula McLeod presents What’s The Problem? posted at View from the Winepress.

Creativity Quote of the Week


Writing Tips

Kami Kinard presents Making Metaphors posted at Fiction University.

KM Weiland presents 3 Ways to Make Writing Your Novel Easier posted at WordPlay.

Mark Nichol presents How to Write a Thesis posted at Daily Writing Tips.

Mary Carroll Moore presents My Favorite Took for Checking Story Sequence posted at How to Plan, Write and Develop a Book.


Marya Jan presents 26 Tips to Get Your Blog Ready for First Time Visitors posted at Daily Blog Tips.

Jennifer Brown Banks presents Are You a “Successful” Blogger? 8 Metrics to Consider posted at Pen & Prosper.


This week’s podcast at Writing Excuses is all about Impostor Syndrome, with Alyssa Wong.

This week’s podcast at The Sell More Books Show is all about Nick Stephenson on Getting More Readers.

This week’s podcast at The Self-Publishing Broadcast is all about Prosperity for Writers with Honoree Corder.

This week’s podcast at LittleZotz Writing is all about Wayne Clingman on Networking via Podcasting.

Visual Arts

Christopher Jobson presents New Map and Celestial Star Chart Portraits by Ed Fairburn posted at This is Colossal.


Dolly Garland presents Journaling to Discover and Defy Your Limits posted at Kaizen Journaling.

The Business of Creativity

Jody presents Why You Need a Reader-Friendly Website (And How to Get It That Way) posted at Jody Hedlund.

Rachelle presents Answering Questions about Queries posted at Rachelle Gardner.

Carol Tice presents Freelance Writing Lessons From a Rude Editor: 7 Takeaways posted at Make a Living Writing.

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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