Authors : Kristi Tencarre
Writing Muse Kristi Tencarre
Prompting Creativity in Writing & Artistic Expression
Kristi Tencarre (B.A., B.Ed.) has published her personal essays, poems, and articles internationally.
Having visited more than 51 nations on 5 continents before age 30, travel influences her art. She is a creative soul and now boasts her own eclectic art room in a little 1945 farmhouse surrounded by wheat fields and horses (along with a scattering of cows and sheep).
Creativity & Writing Features
Creative Interview with Author & Artist Roberta Allen
Roberta Allen discusses her new memoir Dirty Girl and shares tips for memoir writing, creative inspiration, and two photo writing exercises/prompts.
Under the Same Moon
Printable story workbook with writing prompts for children with military deployed parents.
Creative Careers Interview with Kristi Tencarre
Learn about the work of this creative author, artist, and photographer, and what she hopes it will inspire in others.
Celebrate the Person You Truly Are!
The fresh start for which so many of us have been waiting is here: New Year's Resolutions.
Beauties Yet Unborn
Bring forth your beauties. Even if there are already essays or books on your chosen topic, they cannot say what is in your heart the way only you can.
It's All Write: On Finding & Expressing Your Words
Be bold. Be passionate. Allow yourself the freedom to find your words and to explore your thoughts through words.
Your creativity is under attack and it is up to you to defend it. It is your right to be creative. It is worth fighting for.
Scrapbooking: What's the Attraction?
I was shocked that the art store Michael's had four aisles devoted solely to scrapbooking supplies.
Collage and Visual Journaling
Ideas and tips for integrating artistic collage expressions into your writing, also known as visual journaling.
The Beauty Emerges
Our whole life is preparation for the work(s) for which we were meant to create. There are many forms of creativity and many diverse paths to creation.
How many of us could have been deemed "mad" at some point in our lives when we were caught up in and enthused by some form of pure joy and excitement, be it a new love, job, or hobby.
Your True Self Who are you... really?
How do you answer the question: who are you? Do you give the answer that seems most obvious: "I'm a teacher, a parent, an engineer."