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The Creative Fire

Author: Torkom Saraydarian
Publisher: Tsg Foundation
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The Creative Fire

Author: Brenda Cooper
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Nothing can match the power of a single voice... Ruby Martin expects to spend her days repairing robots while avoiding the dangerous peacekeeping forces that roam the corridors of the generation ship The Creative Fire. The social structure of the ship is rigidly divided, with Ruby and her friends on the bottom. Then a ship-wide accident gives Ruby a chance to fight for the freedom she craves. Her enemies are numerous, well armed, and knowledgeable. Her weapons are a fabulous voice, a quick mind, and a deep stubbornness. Complicating it all--an unreliable A.I. and an enigmatic man she met - and kissed - exactly once--who may hold the key to her success. If Ruby can't transform from a rebellious teen to the leader of a revolution, she and all her friends will lose all say in their future. Like the historical Evita Perón, Ruby rises from the dregs of society to hold incredible popularity and power. Her story is about love and lust and need and a thirst for knowledge and influence so deep that it burns. From the Trade Paperback edition.


Stoke Your Creative Fire

Author: Tracee Vetting Wolf
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Stoke Your Creative Fire is a creativity and art journaling eworkbook designed for the busy person who has prioritized other things over their own creativity and is now looking for a gentle, creativity-oriented boost to reignite their creative swagger. The full color 60-page eworkbook provides creative tasks and art journaling assignments along seven meaningful, life-thriving themes. There are enough tasks to keep you mindfully engaged for a month if you did them back-to-back, but you can also do it at your own pace. Loaded with examples and links to online content, this eworkbook also provides anecdotes to help provoke and inspire. The eworkbook is a go-at-your-own-pace version of the online workshop "Stoke Your Creative Fire!" http://www.traceevettingwolf.com/stoke-your-creative-fire/


Creative Fire

Author: Stuart Delves
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Looking at the success of Scotch whisky as a brand name, this book analyzes the ways that marketing and advertising served to establish dominance in the whisky market and how the drink achieved its exclusive role in the beverage industry. All whisky produced in Scotland is labeled "Scotch," and it relies on this name and its associations with quality and tradition, established through branding campaigns, to win new customers and maintain the loyalty of existing ones. The book provides key lessons for branding and examines how the same branding techniques that made Scotch whisky the bestselling spirit in world markets can be applied to other brands in different industries.


Stoking the Creative Fires

Author: Phil Cousineau
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In Stoking the Creative Fires, award-winning author and filmmaker, Phil Cousineau, gives readers the tools they need to alleviate burnout and rekindle passion in all areas of their lives. Based on twenty years of teaching, Cousineau offers a multitude of stories, ideas, and exercises drawn from historical and contemporary figures, artists of all kinds, and from his own experience, to inspire readers on ways to live a passionate and creative life.


The Creative Fire

Author: LPC, Bob, Bob Beare, MA, LPC
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LIVING YOUR LIFE AS AN ART FORM ... FORMING YOUR LIFE THROUGH ART The Creative Fire is a step-by-step guide to enrich, deepen, and propel you into a more vivid experience of living. The readings and exercises are designed to support your unique creative gifts and to invigorate a more mindful appreciation of the art of being alive.


The Creative Fire

Author: Defa Samka
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Nothing can match the power of a single voice… Ruby Martin expects to spend her days repairing robots and avoiding the dangerous peacekeeping forces that roam the corridors of the generation ship The Creative Fire. Her best friend has been raped and killed, the ship is falling apart around her, and no one she knows has any real information about what’s happening to them. The social structure on board Creative Fire is rigidly divided, with Ruby and her friends on the bottom, but she dreams of freedom and equality. Everything changes when a ship-wide accident reveals secrets she and her friends had only imagined. Now, she has to fight for her freedom and the freedom of everyone she loves. Her enemies are numerous, well armed, and much more knowledgeable than Ruby. Her weapons are a fabulous voice, a quick mind, a deep stubbornness, and a passion for freedom. And complicating it all—an unreliable A.I. and an enigmatic man she met – and kissed – exactly once—and one of them may hold the key to her success. If Ruby can’t transform from a rebellious teen to the leader of a revolution, she and all her friends will lose all say in their future, and nothing will ever change. THE CREATIVE FIRE is character driven, social science fiction. The story echoes a mythic tale out of our planet-bound past. Like the historical Evita Peron, Ruby rises from the dregs of society to hold incredible popularity and power. Her story is about love and lust and need, about rising to a challenge, and about a thirst for knowledge and influence so deep that it burns.


Dancing in the Dragon s Den

Author: Roseanne Bane
Publisher: Nicolas-Hays, Inc.
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There are tremendous personal benefits to realizing and integrating the shadow part of the personality. When we can look at the "disowned parts of ourselves," we release a great deal of energy that can be used for creative expression. Dancing in the Dragon's Den is a practical self-help book that can open up your life in ways you have not yet dreamed of. Bane talks to you directly-she is warm, friendly, and supportive as she outlines the process.


Creative Fire

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Creative Wildfire

Author: LK Ludwig
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Art journaling is a vital activity for artists who need a place to experiment, draw, paint, document ideas, and continue an interior dialog. This lush, visual book is a must-have volume for both beginning and experienced art journalers. Each chapter presents crucial, basic information for how to get started, and is layered with in-depth sidebars and activities covering advanced techniques, approaches to working, as well as interviews with well-known journaling artists.