Category Archives: Creative thought

Writing, Relativity, and “The Twin Paradox”

It goes like this: Brothers. Identical twins. They could just as easily be sisters, but I’m a boy so I’ll make them boys. One of the brothers gets on a rocket ship and flies into space, accelerating to nearly the … Continue reading

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Know Your Literary Market

Okay, I’m thickheaded. Dense might be a better word. Not exactly stupid. Different than stupid. It’s more a matter of things not getting through. Like a… brick wall. In fact you kind of have to be this way to make … Continue reading

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The Creative Brain: A Fragile Place

Everyone knows there are two sides to every brain. The right side and the left side. Supposedly the right side is where the creative ideas originate and the left side handles analytical thinking. I discount this view somewhat, or at … Continue reading

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