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Going With the Flow

So I don’t know if you have noticed lately, but my blog entries have been less freewrite short stories and more poetry, less focused art and more the random doodle (I have some I meant to post and just simply forgot…it happens…you understand.)

For a minute there I was getting myself all worked up because I thought I was not upholding my end of things. I was not honoring my Quarters (15 minute burst of creativity…follow this LINK to a post highlighting more on that) but when I took a step back I realized that was not true. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

What I have been doing is going with the natural flow of my creativity. Let’s be honest, working on a full length blog novel does go well beyond the 15min written work and poetry counts as well.

I have had to take a moment and refocus, completely denying the regimented, controlling attitude that stifles true creative power.

It could be that with the shifting of seasons that the tide of my inspiration and voice is changing as well. I am all about creative evolution. Expression that does not change becomes dull.

So what is my point?

Well I like to keep you all in the “know.” I want to be a woman of my word always. That is the point of this blog, to tell you, or maybe to just convince myself, that I am indeed creating, I am still growing, and it is all so very beautiful in its shifting expression.

Here are some reminders that I keep right next to my computer. Who knows, they may help you relax a bit and keep on plucking away freely and authentically. Follow this LINK to see the blog entry.



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The Founder and Voice of I Came For The Soup/ICFTS Creative Enc. Candice Coates is a Fiction and Non-Fiction Writer, jumping from genres ranging from Speculative Science Fiction and Fantasy to Comedic Clean Read Romance and Suspense, all with touches of her Christian faith. She is a lover of Ireland, languages, tea, and just about anything with pistachios. When not writing she is creating visual art, or new designs for her handmade polymer clay jewelry line, Shizen Brook.

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