Writer's block

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tiffiny
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Post by tiffiny » Tue Oct 18, 2011 2:27 pm

marowak wrote:
Watergirl wrote:On the subject of songwriting - I listened to 'Balthazar, impressario' on my i-Pod going into work this morning. I hit repeat twice.
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probbaly my fav FT song i think .... having never heard it before and Frank playing it at The Railway in May(?) was magical.

You could literally of heard a pin drop ... amazing captivating song
i am gutted that i didn't hear it live at any of the US dates. i'm still hoping for the next run.
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Post by LeighAnn » Sun Oct 23, 2011 10:18 pm

on the subject of writers block, I would recommend the book, The War Of Art. While I dont agree with everything (I dont subscribe to the whole god thing and i disagree ona few other things) but overal, I found it helpful. While I'm not a writer, I am an artist and run into creative locks a lot. That book helped me see the problem more clearly and move forward.
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