Songwriting Without Boundaries: 14 Day Challenge Day 7

Today I continue with day 7 of a 14 day challenge found in  "Songwriting Without Boundaries" by Pat Pattison Day 7 “WHO” WRITING I hope your first day of “who” writing opened some new possibilities maybe motivating you to do some extra writing on your own. Here we go again Set a timer and respond [...]

Songwriting Without Boundaries: 14 Day Challenge Day 6

Today I continue with day 6 of a 14 day challenge found in  "Songwriting Without Boundaries" by Pat Pattison Day 6 “WHO” WRITING It’s fair to say that object writing, as you’ve experienced it in this book so far, is “what” writing. Like “elevator,” things are your starting point, your diving board. There are other [...]

Songwriting Without Boundaries: 14 Day Challenge Day 5

Today I continue with day 5 of a 14 day challenge found in  "Songwriting Without Boundaries" by Pat Pattison Day 5 “WHAT” WRITING Congratulations for staying on board so far. This is the last day of "what" writing, writing from objects of things, which has been the staple diet of object writers for years and [...]

Songwriting Without Boundaries: 14 Day Challenge Day 4

Today I continue with day 4 of a 14 day challenge found in  "Songwriting Without Boundaries" by Pat Pattison Day 4 “WHAT” WRITING Three days down. You’re almost becoming a veteran. As you’re discovering, there are no rules here. You can stay focused on an event or experience, or you can float from place to [...]

Songwriting Without Boundaries: 14 Day Challenge Day 3

Today I continue with day 3 of a 14 day challenge found in"Songwriting Without Boundaries" by Pat Pattison Day 3 “WHAT” WRITING By now you should be more aware of the poser of multiple senses to make an experience more real and engaging. Polling your various senses as you write is a pretty effective way [...]

Songwriting Without Boundaries: 14 Day Challenge Day 2

  Today I continue with day 2 of a 14 day challenge found in"Songwriting Without Boundaries" by Pat Pattison Day 2 “WHAT” WRITING Okay, one day down. You’ve had the experience of timed, sense-bound writing. The more you do it, and the more consistently you do it, the better you’ll get. It just takes practice, [...]