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About two years ago I came across an interesting story about a girl who fell in love with some guy, and was sailing the world with him. I tried to reach out to her for an interview, but as you can imagine somebody on a sailing trip doesn't always have the most reliable internet connection. In the mean time she self-published a book, a movie producer bought the rights, and now the book is available through three major publishers. My friend Torre DeRoche has an amazing story, and I think you're going to learn a ton from this interview. Here are some highlights from our chat:
  • Getting Back to the Essence of Creativity and Self Expression Torre DeRoche
  • Why We Have to Dismiss What Other People Think of Our Art
  • The Importance of Creativity from a Closed Off Place and Going Inward
  • How 10-Year Plans Actually Hurt Your Creativity
  • Ego-Based Creation - and Its Toxic Nature
  • A Love Story That Started an Incredible Journey
  • The Problem with Waiting For Your Big Idea
  • Why There is No Secret Formula to Conquering Your Fears
  • Shaking Up Your Life to Discover the Interesting Parts
  • Approaching Experiences with an Open Heart and Open Mind
  • Create Your Content So That People Feel They Are There with You
  • Why You Have to Feel Your Writing as Much as You Think It
  • Lessons in Character-Development that You Can Apply to Your Writing
  • Incorporating Dialogue into Your Writing for a Coherent Narrative
  • Assembling Larger Bodies of Work into an Arc and Narrative that Flows
  • How Self-Publishing Her Book Got Torre on the Radar of a Film Producer
  • What We Can Learn from the world of Movies that Applies to Our Content
Tweetable Insights Include:
  • Creativity comes completely from within you (Click to Tweet)
  • If you plan too much you'll never arrive somewhere new(Click to Tweet)
  • You don't necessarily need to use your life as the subject of your writing(Click to Tweet)
  • Onc excellent sign is that you're having an emotional reaction to your writing(Click to Tweet)
  • Dialogue is rhythmic You're not just transcribing how people talk (Click to Tweet)
Torre DeRoche is a travelling writer, artist, and blogger. She is author of Love with a Chance of Drowning. You can tell by her accent that she's Australian. You can follow her on twitter @FearfulGirl. If you liked this article, would you share it with your friends? Just click here to post it to Twitter. Oh, and we’d be really grateful if you write us a review in iTunes.

Originally aired over 3 years ago.

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