The work is continuing in the background, building the Creativist Club for all those who are interested in learning more about how to apply the creative process to everything in life: money, friends, work, home. With the aid of the wonderful Pixbee Design, the Club will launch in September and the first fifty people to register will get free lifetime admission. I’ll be sending an email to subscribers as soon as it’s ready to rock, so if you’d like to be part of it, sign up here to know when the starting gun has been fired. I also wanted to…Continue reading
You might have noticed a new look around here and that you haven’t had your newsletter for a while. I’m working with the wonderful Pixbee Design to: upgrade the website design put in the Creativist Club we’ve talked about for so long set up a weekly Go Creative! podcast introduce a new weekly motivator mail-out to be sent each Sunday (starting in July), for those who are pursuing the principles and practices outlined in the Go Creative! books. I’m going to be working on this with Nelly from Pixbee and the ever-wonderful Roving Jay over the summer, ready to launch the podcast and club…Continue reading
I’ve been dancing with my brothers and cousins at a wedding in Sweden, investigating the latest battle between conventional and creative forces at Christiania in Copenhagen, hunting out publicity and foreign rights services for the Alliance of Indie Authors (ALLi) and, for the last week, nursing a heavy cold through the wet London “summer”. Oh and the small detail of finishing the latest magnum opus, BLUE MERCY. Yes it’s almost done and set to publish in July. I’ve also been figuring out how to make the changes you asked for at this blog. The survey from earlier this year said…Continue reading
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A little over year ago, when physical weakness from illness and treatment, took me away from my normal writing activities, I began this blog. It took me a while to hit on the topic of Creative Intelligence and I still have a lot of improvements I want to make. I’m no pro-blogger, I’m a writer, very versed in old media – books, magazines, newspapers – and immersed in their ways. I still have lots to learn about this unstructured and sometimes overwhelming medium. But I love it. I absolutely love it. Here’s why:Continue reading