Did you know travel is scientifically proven to activate certain parts of the brain that contain your creativity centers? And, experiencing new cultures, food, languages–new experiences in general–actually create new synapses in your brain, leading to…you guessed it – higher creativity. Smack some writing down in the center of those new experiences and you’ve got a pretty foolproof recipe for fresh writing and unique characters.
Breathe Life into Story with Authentic Setting
Have you visited JamiGold.com yet? If not, head over there now! Jami Gold is an author of Paranormal Romance and Contemporary Romance, but not only that, she’s got a great blog with tons of writing tips for authors! I was thrilled to guest blog on her site about “How to Make Settings Come to Life … Read More
Pirate Diving in Grand Cayman
Need to research that ghost ship book you’re working on? How about scuba diving in Grand Cayman to a shipwreck? Georgetown, Grand Cayman offers many scuba diving opportunities. Take a class on board the ship, get certified, and go on an excursion to the bottom of the sea!
Featured Destination: Dunn’s River Falls, Jamaica
Our December 13, 2015 Cruising Writers Writing Retreat stops at Falmouth, Jamaica during the 7-day Caribbean cruise. Would you rather explore the island than relax on the beach? Dunn’s River Falls is a great destination for more active retreaters. Dunn’s River Falls is located about one hour west of Falmouth, Jamaica near Ocho Rios, and … Read More