Trickyleaks : More Leaks from Creativity 'Owner's Manual'
The Muse Is In: An Owner's Guide for Your Creativity
Exclusive June/July Leaks from Creativity ‘Owner's Manual’
Sneaky Creativity Trysts
By Jill Badonsky
Last month, the buzz on Flitter was that Trixyleaks let slip an excerpt of the upcoming controversial and much talked about book, The Muse is In: An Owner's Manual for Your Creativity. (See last month's column).
Trixyleaks refuses to apologize for this breach of trust, lending its reasoning for the leak to the clandestine nature advocated in the book itself or in other words, they feel their lack of discretion was owed to the fact that The Manual, (as it is now being called), encourages the breaking of rules in the interest of creative liberation and to replace the mundane with the marvelous. Having read parts of the book, Trixyleakers are all feeling very liberated now and have shared some really thought-provoking haikus about cicadas, and we overheard one of them say they were planning a flash mob-dance to the song It's a Small World in the Food Court in Cleveland (but you didn't hear THAT from us).
Staff at Running Press were out running so they were too out of breath to coherently comment about the leak. And shamelessly, Trixyleaks is leaking more tips about how to be more creative THIS month.
So read quickly because this leak is certain to evaporate as soon as authorities find out it's up.
This is from the chapter, Sneak in Through the Back Door:
The chapter presents six ways to sneak in the back door of your creative process. Here's one of them:
Uh oh. There's a knock at the door. We've got to go we will be back next month with an excerpt from the Troubleshooting Section of The Manual. Until then, know this: If you love creativity you need to do creative stuff or you'll be cranky and that's not a lot like fulfilled. Get on it. •
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