Creative Carnival: November 2009
Welcome to the November 2009 Creative Carnival edition!
What is this? It’s a chance to compile some great articles around the blog-o-sphere showcasing all sorts of writing. If you need to know more, or would like to submit an article for the next Creative Carnival, read this.
So, without further ado, grab a cup o’ joe, kick off your shoes and sit a spell, there’s lots of interesting reading just a click away.
(Editor’s Note: ONE submission?! Come now, we can do better than that! Where are the poets out there?)
Roz Morris aka Dirtywhitecandy presents Beginning to write: Helen’s writing journey – lies and twisty ways with words, and the inner child posted at NAIL YOUR NOVEL.
Todd Murphy presents Differences Of Opinion – Filmmaking Vs. Film Criticism posted at All About Movies.net.
Erin Straza presents Art’s Recipe: Use Equal Parts Chaos and Serenity, Mix Well posted at Filling My Patch of Sky, saying, “The beauty rich, layered writing requires elements of order and chaos, conflict and resolution. Here’s a look at how these blend together to form written art.”
Brandon Waite presents Las Vegas Musings posted at LifesPoet, saying, “Sometimes I’ll just walk around a casino and watch the people, listen to their conversations. That is what I find intriguing about casinos and Vegas in general, the people.”
Tom Llewellyn presents There are no calendars here. No clocks. No seasons. posted at Letter Off Dead, saying, “A sample post from an ongoing fiction blog”
Glenn Arseneau presents Screenwriting 101: Ideas are Half (Okay, Most of) the Battle… posted at SCRIBEalism, saying, “An essay on story archetypes. Aimed at beginning screenwriters but applicable to all writing genres!”
Shannon Wills presents 50 Must-Read Novels from the 20th Century posted at Online Accredited Degrees, saying, “Literature, as with all forms of creative expression, is a highly subjective art. This list intends to blend highly recognized and celebrated works with those that may have gone overlooked by those outside the literary community and deserve more mainstream attention.”
Rod presents Writing Characters posted at Creative Writing Course, saying, “Believable, well-rounded characters are vital for your reader to develop an emotional bond with your book. Here are some ideas and exercises to help you develop yours.”
Ralph Jean-Paul presents The Know It All: My Interview With Bestselling Author A.J. Jacobs posted at Potential 2 Success, saying, “He has appeared on Oprah, The Today Show, Good Morning America, Late Night with Conan O’Brien and now, Potential 2 Success. Read my interview with one of the funniest non fiction writers today and Editor-at-Large at Esquire Magazine AJ, Jacobs”
This concludes the November 2009 edition of the Creative Carnival. THANK YOU for submitting your links! If you would like to see your work showcased in the December 2009 edition, please submit your links here. (Please, one link per blog. If you submit more than one link per blog, I will only use the first link submitted.)
If you submitted your link and don’t see it here, that probably means I received it after the deadline.
Thanks for visiting the carnival participants and don’t forget to check back December 12th for the next Creative Carnival.