August theme is…

So. Creativityear.
Core idea: thematic months of whatever makes you feel light and happy and exited to create and generate and institute MORE.

And August shall be… drum roll… WRITING month!

So, that’s the plan. Ain’t no plan. I am a little bit of a last minute ass, so I’ll chip in with few ideas I’d love to expand.

1) Writing and kids. From the easiest DIY notebook to the draft and illustration of a short story. Material you need for this craft: colored paper and pencils and a kid with prolific imagination. Oh and mohito. Mojito. However you want to write it. You can easily skip the pencils. And even the kid and the paper. But you’ll really want to make sure to sip a mohito while working on that particular project. Without a mohito you’re kind of not getting very far.

2) My personal goal is to write a children novel, using the amazing tools of Access Consciousness. I made a quick survey of what-would-you-like-to-read and the answer has been a potion book. Or a magic one.
Isn’t it amazing how practical kids are? A magic potions/spells book would provide clear instructions about creating magic. Now, that’s a good idea.

3) Googling around I found a free downloadable Thirty Day Challenge to enhance your writing muscle, you can get it right here:
http://www.creative-writing-now.com
30 prompts to work out on a daily basis. If you love challenges and non-logical stuff like I do, that’s an easy served way to work on… uhm lets see: “Write a story that includes: a tombstone, a first kiss, and a butterfly collection”

Great! Any other writing ideas anyone? What would you suggest? What can I add to this month?
Hit me with your comments!

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