016 Time Management & How to Become More Creative as an Author

Here are the show notes for the most recent episode of the Christian Publishing Show.

You can listen to this episode here.

 

Teaser: Creativity is a key ingredient for every successful book, but how do we become more creative, and what are we doing that may be inhibiting our creativity? Many people feel they have lost their creativity— is there a way to get it back? To help answer these questions, today we will be talking with Jenny Randle, the author of Courageous Creative: A 31-Day Interactive Devotional (affiliate link).

Over 14-plus years, Jenny has used her graphic design, editing, art directing, and leadership ninja skills to collaborate with some of the biggest studios, companies, and ministries around the nation.

Jenny, welcome to the Christian Publishing Show!

Questions:

What is creativity?

Where does creativity come from?

Why do we get less creative over time?

What sorts of things do authors do that inhibit their creativity?

How can we become more creative?

Any tips for overcoming writer’s block?

Tell us about the Courageous Creative.

Links:

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5 Responses to 016 Time Management & How to Become More Creative as an Author

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    Andrew Budek-Schmeisser March 19, 2019 at 8:53 am #

    I’m not really a creative;
    that is a truly special breed
    of all those to whom it’s native
    to meet the world’s heartfelt need.
    I just write for fun and profit,
    storylines are easy to choose.
    It sounds plebeian, but don’t knock it
    for I have a laid-back muse.
    There is a basic human story,
    with variations on the theme
    of living in Love and giving glory
    to the God that fuels the dream.
    No Great American Novel here;
    I don’t write champagne, just generic beer.

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    Kristen Joy Wilks March 19, 2019 at 10:47 am #

    I would so love it if these were actual blog posts that I could read! Please???

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      Steve Laube March 19, 2019 at 4:45 pm #

      Kristen,

      These are not blog posts. They are show notes for the podcast, or an outline of the content. If you want the details it is very easy to listen.

      To provide a transcript of each show would be a considerable expense.

      Sorry for the dissapointment. There is plenty of other information on the site, over 1,000 posts that may be of help.

      Steve

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        Kristen Joy Wilks March 20, 2019 at 7:18 am #

        Rats, our internet can’t handle podcasts. We live way out in the woods and have a patchy connection at best.

        • Thomas Umstattd, Jr.
          Thomas Umstattd, Jr. March 20, 2019 at 8:05 am #

          Kristen,

          I have some good news for you. Podcasts actually are the best multimedia format for bad internet. The key is to use a free app on your phone like Castbox. It will download the podcast in the background and then you can play it without needing to be connected to the internet at all. A lot of people like to listen to podcasts on airplanes for this reason.

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