In a handful of days, April begins. This year I've been talked into joining the A to Z Blogging Challenge. For the month of April, I will attempt to blog everyday (save Sundays!) on a topic beginning with A on…
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Two weeks ago I attended a watercolor workshop taught by nationally known Susan Blackwood. I was astounded by how much the content related perfectly to writing (I wrote another post on it, here). By the end of the four days, my poor Evernote app barely functioned–I wore the sucker out. (Don’t worry, it’s happy again.)
I found myself ruminating over something she said:
Great tool for any writer! Maybe it'll work for you :)
I spent this weekend hunched over watercolor paper, surrounded by fellow artists and mounds of paint. I participated in a four-day Susan Blackwood workshop, where the theme of the weekend was Finding Your Voice through practical painting concepts.
As I jotted down notes, I was startled by how similar the concepts were to writing.