The Sparks to Life Podcast

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In Episode 49 of the Sparks to Life Podcast, we talk to several authors about their respective creative processes. Join us as Inspire the Muse talks to S.P Joseph Lyons, Stephan von Clinkerhoffen, Debbie Burke, Erin Patil, and Arianna Sertoli. Author: S.P. Joseph Lyons Book: Dembrex of the Drux Su…
In Episode 48 of the Sparks to Life Podcast, we talk to several authors about their respective creative processes. Join us as Inspire the Muse talks to Lucy Griffiths, Nick Schuck, Patrick Graek, and Paul Cicchini. Author: Lucy Griffiths Book: Are We There Yet? The Brain Busting Activity Book Summ…
In Episode 47 of the Sparks to Life Podcast, we talk to several authors about their respective creative processes. Join us as Inspire the Muse talks to Neil Bockoven, Thom Vines, Denis Fitzpatrick, and Brock Beard. Author: Neil Bockoven Book: Moctu and the Mammoth People, An Ice Age Story of Love,…
Welcome to Episode 46 of the Sparks to Life Podcast. We’re interviewing Cat from Trot L’Oeil Art about her creative process.   Where to find her: Etsy; Redbubble; Facebook; Twitter Sparks to Life is an outlet of creativity for Inspire the Muse, LLC. Twitter: @TweetTheMuse; Tumblr: TumbleTheMuse…
Author: Ricardo Cortés Where to find him: Instagram, Twitter Published: April 3, 2018 Publisher: Black Sheep – an imprint of Akashic Books Where to purchase: Akashic Signed Copies, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, IndieBound From Press Kit: A shark, swimming the seas, encounters . . . Aliens. Will anyone…
A new year is upon us, and with it comes a need for a new direction for creativity. We here at Inspire the Muse are done with simply talking about being creative. With 2018, we are going to stop talking, and start creating. And we encourage all of you to do the same. Stop listening to us simple ta…
In this episode, Charles and Justin use the coming of a new year as an inspiring call of action, and find a way to use the seasons themselves to help motivate and guide us all through our yearly creative endeavors.
In this episode, Charles and Justin use the coming of a new year as an inspiring call of action, and find a way to use the seasons themselves to help motivate and guide us all through our yearly creative endeavors.
In this episode, Charles talks about his inspiration from last month’s Muse Food prompts. Earlier morning sunrises and chasing some terrifying sounding shadows. And of course this months prompts are also provided.
Months for inking, months for novel writing, and many other challenges for ones creativity are discussed in this episode of The Sparks to Life Podcast.
Charles and Justin sit down to discuss battling ships, inky pumpkins, and what can and cannot be made into a soup. All this and more on this week’s Muse Food episode of The Sparks to Life Podcast.
In this episode, Charles and Justin discuss how various forms of media of been inspired across the media barrier. Books inspiring shows, music inspiring art, and even board games inspiring movies? All this and more on this multimedia spanning episode of The Sparks to Life Podcast.
Charles and Justin sit down to discuss translucent sharks, free will, and how last month’s Muse Food topics inspired them. They then list of the inspiring Muse Food entries for October 2017.
In this episode, Charles and Justin discuss some banned books for the upcoming Banned Book Week. After the inevitable ranting, they then end the podcast while discussing some good, and not so good, ways to actually end your novel. Spoiler alert: spoilers are discussed.
Get your jogging shoes on and limber up! In this episode, Charles and Justin discuss sprints, marathons, and other methods of being creative in a short period of time. From five minute sprints to day long productive triathlons, they discuss the pros and cons, and what methods each find works best …
On this podcast, we join Justin on his vacation of relaxation, meditation, inspiration, and productivity. Does everything go as planned? Of course not!
On this podcast, we discuss a few of the ways you can mod, or even cheat at a game to skip all that boring game play nonsense and get right to the delicious plot.
  On this podcast, we talk about the positives and negatives of this year’s ConnectiCon experience, along with our collective hopes and desires for next year’s con.
In this episode of The Sparks to Life Podcast, Charles talks to three authors about their respective creative processes. We talk to Sal DelGreco, Kristi Peterson Schoonover, and Dave D’Alessio.
On today’s episode, we talk about our experiences at three different conventions we attended this month: BookExpo America, BookCon, and CT-Fig. We’ll be going over what we enjoyed, as well as what we feel could be improved going forward.
In this episode, we interview various OTP Manga artists about their inspirations and creative processes. Join us as we talk to Luke Veninga, Anthony Paul, Anthony Fazio and Benjamin/Darkon.
In this episode, the crew discusses the differences in creative motivation: creating for oneself versus creating for others. They then discuss the stigmas about seeking creative educations, with only minimal ranting.
In this bonus episode, Charles talks to the coordinator for The Connecticut Festival of Indie Games, and just how it all came to be and what fun can be had at the event.
In this episode, the crew decides to try a change of pace. Charles and Justin take a writing prompt in two directions, sharing their experiences during this creative process. The writing prompt for this exercise is: “The museum lights flickered, unveiling…”.
In this episode, the crew discusses how they are handling some of the metaphorical fires that life has thrown there way, and talk about the direction that Inspire the Muse shall be heading in the near future.
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Podcast Details
Started
Mar 15th, 2016
Latest Episode
Jun 1st, 2018
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
53
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour

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