Episode 46: Muse Toys – How to Connect with your Muse


Show Notes for Episode 46: Muse Toys – How to Connect with your Muse

What does fighting space pirates have to do with connecting to your Muse?  How about climbing on top of a car?  And why would you even do that?  How about “guilty pleasure” tv, films or music?

In today’s episode, author and teacher Holly Lisle and I (host, Rebecca Galardo) talk about how we connect with our Muses, what kind of tools are in our different toolboxes and how everything above helps us create new stories, work out story twists, break past those places where we’re ‘stuck’ in the writing and more.  We talk about where ideas come from and how to make your own Muse happy.

Oh, and here is the picture I spoke of in the episode:

Best. Geocache. Ever.

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Credits: Producer – Rebecca Galardo.  Sponsor – Holly’sWritingClasses.com.  Intro written by Holly Lisle and performed by Mark Hermann. Our podcast is 100% free and sponsored only by Holly’s Writing Classes. Music during Sponsor Spot: Jahzzar –Endeavour

Episode 01: The Inner Critic

 

Credit: Rebecca Galardo Art

Show Notes for Episode 01: The Inner Critic

Alone in a Room with Invisible People is a podcast focusing on topics related to writing, revising and publishing fiction.

In this episode, host Rebecca Galardo discusses the topic of The Inner Critic with Author and Teacher Holly Lisle.  They cover how the Inner Critic is both harmful and helpful, how to use it to your benefit and also how to shut it off when you need to be focusing on your muse.

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*We plan to have Holly’s audio fixed in episode 02 and on.

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