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Welcome to this week’s Carnival of Creativity. Click through some links and share some comment love with the submitters!

Sharing Our Work

Sara Healy has had a fun week responding to Writing Reader prompts. Check out The Witness and Thinking Thursday on Domestic Violence.

Ever wondered where to find a great idea? Try some Brainstorming from Story Seeds with the Writing Excuses gang.

David Leonhardt offers a short look Individuality Explained.

The Business of Creativity

Kyle presents How to Get Paid $50 to Write a Guest Post posted at The Penny Hoarder.

Dexter Petley shares his views of writing and editing in Time & Motion posted at Write Edit Seek Literary Agent.

Just for NaNoWriMo Players

“Get through a draft as quickly as possible. Hard to know the shape of the thing until you have a draft. Literally, when I wrote the last page of my first draft of “Lincoln’s Melancholy” I thought, Oh, shit, now I get the shape of this. But I had wasted years, literally years, writing and re-writing the first third to first half. The old writer’s rule applies: Have the courage to write badly.” -Joshua Wolf Shenk

Resources/Tools

If you’re writing SciFi or Fantasy, you need to be checking out the Turkey City Lexicon courtesy of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.

Creative photographer presents Best Canon Lenses for Creative Photography.

And finally, just for kicks, my favorite spam of the week:

“Precisely the facts we is in research associated with. Should certainly disrupt my personal costs quickly.”

That’s all for this week. Be sure to submit your article for next week’s Carnival of Creativity by Friday at midnight!

We have some brilliant submissions this week. I am so excited to share them with you.

Sharing our Work

I shamelessly begged Karen Scott to share her brilliant post on color in writing, Yellow tears and skies the color of milk, posted at Carpe Keyboard. Thank you, Karen!

As days are becom­ing shorter, Zhu decided to go hunt for night shots in downtown Ottawa while the weather is still nice. You’ll enjoy the beautiful photography in Night Owls posted at Correr Es Mi Destino.

The Creative Mindset

Tim Shirley tells us how to avoid being controlled by circumstances in Circumstantial Positivity posted at thinkingpositivethoughts.com.

Creativity Boosts

Simon Jack shows you a great way to Warm Up and Stretch…. Your Mind to get ready to be creative. Posted at Creative Encounters. If you are still blocked after trying Simon’s idea, then visit Harry Bingham’s fabulous article, Courting the Muse – dealing with writer’s block posted at Write Edit Seek Literary Agent.

That’s all for this week. Be sure to submit your article for next week’s Carnival of Creativity by Friday at midnight!