Living a Creative Life: The Weird Writer

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013 by Susan Gabriel

Living a creative lifeNone of us like to be called names. But what if being a little weird and making people talk is a good thing? In that case, I love being a little weird. It means I am living a creative life.

Are you living a creative life, too? If so, do people think you are a little weird? I hope so. Let’s give them something to talk about! xo

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The Secret Sense of Wildflower

”…astute observations and wonderfully turned phrases, with nary a cliché to be found. She could be an adolescent Scout Finch…A quietly powerful story, at times harrowing but ultimately a joy to read.

– Kirkus Reviews (starred review–for books of remarkable merit) To read the entire Kirkus review go here.

 

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6 Responses to “Living a Creative Life: The Weird Writer”

  1. Barbara Younger Says:

    Love it! I’m going to try to be extra weird today.

  2. John Grabowski Says:

    No. People think I’m a lot weird.
    Beethoven used to walk through the parks in Heiligenstadt talking to himself; mothers would tell their children to steer clear of the crazy, unkempt man. Virginia Woolf was taunted as she walked through the streets mumbling stories to herself. Stanley Kubrick talked to himself in funny voices. Van Gogh? Let’s not eve go there. Suffice it to say some of his acquaintances found his behavior eerie (pun intended).

    So I guess I’m not that bad, compared to some.

  3. Susan Gabriel Says:

    May we all become as weird as Beethoven, Virgina Woolf and Van Gogh!

  4. richardbjr Says:

    While studying at Oxford, Oscar Wilde would walk through the streets with a lobster on a leash.

  5. Susan Gabriel Says:

    Wow. That is wonderfully weird, Richard. It creates a great visual image.
    Thanks for sharing it!

  6. John Grabowski Says:

    Mmmm…..he took his dinner with him. I respect that!

    However, supposedly it’s a myth and supposedly it originates from this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G%C3%A9rard_de_Nerval

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