I find inspiration in people who are doing right now what I intend to be doing in the future. One such person who greatly inspires me for that very reason is Joyce Kettering.
She writes music to be licensed for media projects… Film, TV, games, any project that requires music. From what I can see, she doesn’t play live and she makes a good living from her music.
She runs two websites. The first being MadLass Music, her “label” as such where clients can go onto her site and license her music direct from her.
The second site is her songwriting and music licensing tips blog Creative And Productive which is fast becoming my new favourite site online.
Joyce Kettering knows what she talking about, she walks the walk and talks the talk and when I came across her post titled Songwriters Block – Creative Tricks To Beat the Blank Page I immediately started to read it.
In the article Joyce outlines five creative “tricks” that work for her but what impressed me the most was the detail she put into describing how and why they work.
Under every trick she explains…
- What it is
- When you should try it
- Why does it work
Setting it up this way made it so much easier to internalise the information at hand.
In describing Songwriters Block, Joyce says…
…songwriters block sucks. Being stuck in a rut sucks. It’s bad for the ego, bad for your confidence, bad for the enjoyment of life in general.
Couldn’t agree more. Check out Joyce’s article and if you have any thoughts regarding the article, let me know.
Until next time, keep on writing
All About Songwriting
Here’s the original link: Songwriters Block – Creative Tricks To Beat the Blank Page