Quiz Q & A:The Working Life of Two Famous Writers

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Agatha Christie and Sue Monk
These two women share a similar experience besides writing popular fiction, but each used their experience in different ways. What is the shared experience and how did it help each in their creative work?

Answer posted at the end of this post

Answer
Christie and Monk were nurses, a profession in which having the aptitude
Graphoria is essential for nursing and writing fields, according to
Johnson O’Connor Research Foundation.
Christie reportedly loved being a nurse but not Monk
Christie used knowledge learned as a nurse as a source of inspiration
for the poison plotlines in her books.  (An interesting yet unsettling detail.
Takeaway: It is difficult to create work-life balance when placed in a
routine that us not compatible with core aptitudes. Monk would have
found the routine tasks of nursing stifling if Ideaphoria was her primary aptitude.
 Dee Adams is the author of
Finding Your Niche: Discover…
http://nichecreativity.com/finding-your-niche-ebook/

References

Pbs.org/Wgbh/Masterpiece Christie
Six by Agatha
http://tinyurl.com/o7yhjxd

Johnson O’Connor Research Foundation
http://www.jocrf.org/

Agatha Christie.com
http://www.agathachristie.com/about-christie/christies-life/

Oprah.com
http://tinyurl.com/ob5a5fb
Oprah Talks with Sue Monk about the Invention of Wings

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