Monthly Archives: August 2020

Research To Stimulate Creativity 2

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Suzanne McConaghy

This week, in the second of a two-part article, CWC Treasurer, Suzanne McConaghy continues to tell us about the research she’s being carrying out in preparation for writing her next novel set in a different time period and a new location.

“In this follow-up article, I want to talk in more depth about how research can influence what you write’ beyond simply providing a setting. And if I remember correctly, this links in to something a speaker said a couple of meetings ago. Continue reading

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Research to Stimulate Creativity 1

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Suzanne McConaghy

This week, in the first of a two-part article, CWC Treasurer, Suzanne McConaghy introduces us to the research she’s being carrying out in preparation for writing her next novel set in a different time period and a new location.

“I noticed a couple of weeks ago, Elizabeth Ducie was advocating we try something new to stimulate creativity: Stepping Outside My Comfort Zone. Inadvertently, I seem to have done exactly this. Continue reading

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South West Together

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Maureen Boon

This week, CWC member Maureen Boon brings us another example of how the writerly community is adjusting to the curious times we are living through.

“Through my membership of the National Association of Writers in Education, I received an invitation to a recent South West NAWE networking event. It was hosted by Paper Nations and attended via Crowdcast, a platform which I had not used before. Continue reading

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