Showing posts with label creative round table. Show all posts
Showing posts with label creative round table. Show all posts

Creative Round Table: An interview With Kristen A. Kieffer From Well-Storied!

Hello, beautiful writers! Welcome to another installment of the Creative Round Table, a gathering of wisdom, advice, and inspirational stories from some amazing creative souls. Today, we're talking to Kristen Kieffer from Well-Storied about developing your creative focus, what it takes to write a spectacular novel, and why her dream book club involves a dollop of snark!

Kristen: Victoria, thank you again for having me! It’s such a pleasure to drop by your blog. I can’t wait to get started!

Victoria: Thank you for coming, Kristen! It's a delight to have you here for a scrumptious cup of tea and a chat about writing.

You’re one of my favourite examples of why you don’t need to complete a university degree to be fulfilled and successful. How do you find your skills and habits as a self-directed learner play into your writing life?

Creative Round Table: An interview With Faye Kirwin From Writerology!

Hello, beautiful writers! Welcome to another installment of the Creative Round Table, a gathering of wisdom, advice, and inspirational stories from some amazing creative souls. Today, we're talking to Faye Kirwin from Writerology about the impact of psychology on character development, reconnecting with your creative passions, and a healthy dose of encouragement!

Victoria: Your love of digging into the inner workings of your characters led you to study psychology at university. Did your perspective on character development change throughout your years at university and, if so, how?

Creative Round Table: An interview With Vix From New Age Hipster!

Hello, beautiful writers! Welcome to another installment of the Creative Round Table, a gathering of wisdom, advice, and inspirational stories from some amazing creative souls. Today, we're talking to Vix from New Age Hipster about how to use Tarot cards for your writing, the presence of creativity in daily life, and why it's okay not to write every day!

Victoria: Vix, one of the things I love about your blog (New Age Hipster) and videos is your relatable and down-to-earth approach to Tarot. You make it incredibly fun, too! I ran out and bought my first deck recently after a marathon session of inhaling your blog and video content, because I just couldn’t resist. Is this something that developed over time for you, or have you felt a sense of ease with Tarot and oracle cards from the get-go?

Creative Round Table: An interview With Emily Scott!

Hello, beautiful writers! Welcome to another installment of the Creative Round Table, a gathering of wisdom, advice, and inspirational stories from some amazing creative souls. Today, we're talking to Emily Scott about art journalling, the power of creativity, and finding ways to make room for all your passions!

Victoria: As well as being a writer, you’re also an avid artist, and your blog has some incredible resources for beginners to art journaling, including an ecourse. How did your interest in art journaling come about, and how has it evolved over time?

Creative Round Table: An Interview With Sarah Starrs!

Hello, beautiful writers! Welcome to the premiere installment of the Creative Round Table, a gathering of wisdom, advice, and inspirational stories from some amazing creative souls. Today, we're talking to Sarah Starrs. Grab a glass of green juice, get comfy, and have the glitter ready!

Victoria: So much has happened to you in the last year. [ETA: As you'll see momentarily, I mixed up this timeline a tad; when I was rereading Sarah's posts to craft my questions, I had so much fun that I started skipping all over the place!] You've settled into a new life in London, England; gotten married to the love of your life; created a luscious, thriving community for badass babes; and carried on your own personal and spiritual development. If you could travel back in time to your one-year-ago self, what would you tell her? Is there anything she might tell you in return that you could do with remembering?