Creativity Tweets of the Week — 10/7/11

Here’s this week’s short but sweet list of links on creativity and writing I circulated this week on Twitter. And for those readers not already sick of the vagabond Mr. Bacon, he made an appearance in Maine earlier this week at Julia Monroe Martin’s blog. I guess I’m not the only one who’s done a cross-country U.S. road trip.

Now I’m going off the grid for the weekend. Seeing my essay on being unplugged published this week has inspired me to recreate the magic again. See you on the other side.

About Patrick Ross

I'm the author of Committed: A Memoir of the Artist's Road.

4 Responses to “Creativity Tweets of the Week — 10/7/11”

  1. Patrick – thanks for the mention! We must be on the same wavelength because I linked to you on my blog today too! http://wp.me/pIkHt-1j1

  2. Thanks so much for the mention of Mr. Bacon’s trip to Maine to visit me/my blog! I am SO jealous that Mr. Bacon can merely plop himself into a remote control caddy — if only travel accommodations were that simple for all of us! Also, can’t wait to check out the 300,000 words in a year blog! Inspiring! (and also will look forward to reading your essay on being unplugged!)

  3. I absolutely admire and applaud Karla Archer’s post, “Don’t Be Afraid to Tell Your Story.” Thanks so much for including it here – I would have missed it otherwise.

    Patrick, have a fabulous unplugged weekend! 8~)

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