How To Think Sideways

http://howtothinksideways.com/

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About the author: Novelist, writing teacher, on a mission to reprint my out-of-print books and self-publish my new ones.

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  • KalevTait Apr 13, 2008 @ 12:09

    I don’t know how related it is, but you might want to look at ‘A whack on the side of the head’ for comparison. It’s much more about how to learn creativity than it is about thinking in a twisty way (which I suspect your course is about).

    Don’t have time for your course myself right now, though I suspect I will at some point. But I’ve still got the rest of the February sucks bundle to go through.

  • dialyn Apr 10, 2008 @ 9:01

    I have gotten so discouraged with my writing…I think it has to do with not feeling relevant to the times around me. I’ve never been a vertical thinking, so I’m thinking maybe sideways would be more fitting to my nature. Anything that will wake up my hiding creativity would be welcome.

  • TinaK Apr 9, 2008 @ 7:27

    I just wanted you to know I’m doing the happy dance Holly! My two copies of The Ruby Key are shipping from Amazon very shortly. The book is now available on the site!

  • InkGypsy Apr 8, 2008 @ 18:18

    Ohboyohboyohboyohboy!

    My question: I’m considered people to be very creative but I know I could use an extra dose when it comes to writing. Only thing is I’m not sure what it is I’m missing. What’s different about thinking sideways in writing as opposed to other activities (like designing, staging plays, events, decorating etc)?

    This is going to be a great course!

  • TinaK Apr 8, 2008 @ 15:14

    Sweet! Signed up.

  • Adaram Apr 8, 2008 @ 14:26

    Sounds really cool!

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