On Creative Mojo, November 3, 2010


Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Just log onto www.toginet.com for a brand new 2-hour, Creative Mojo with Mark Lipinski!

3 pm -5 pm EST 2 pm – 4 pm CST

1 pm – 3 pm MST 12 pm – 2 pm PST

Creative Mojo with Mark Lipinski is the place to oil your creativity, get unstuck, share your ideas, voice your opinions, have a few laughs, and take a break from the world.

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Here’s who’s on the next

Creative Mojo —

And my co-host is . . . .

Anne Marie Soto!

Anne Marie is Author of several books, including: Stain Rescue: The A-Z Guide to Removing Smudges, Spots & Other Spills (Good Housekeeping); Simplicity’s Simply the Best Sewing Book;  Simplicity’s Simply the Best Home Decorating Book;  and Vogue’s Sewing for Children.   She’s also the Editor, ASG Notions at The American Sewing Guild;  Executive Director of the Retail Marketing Society; and the Public Relations Representative at The American Society of Interior Designers-New Jersey Chapter!

Call in and chat with Anne Marie Soto and me – LIVE – during the show

(877) 864-4869

Talk About Creative . . .

Author Judy Reeves

Author Judy Reeves teaches writing and leads creativity workshops.  She is the author of The Writer’s Retreat Kit and Writing Alone, Writing Together,  the editor of the Brown Bag Anthology; and cofounder of San Diego Writers, Ink, a nonprofit literary arts organization. She lives in San Diego, California.

Call in and chat with Judy Reeves and me – LIVE – during the show

(877) 864-4869

Yes, Virgina, Christmas is Coming!

Join me and my pal designer, Barry Mongeon, as he gets us started on how to begin gathering our creative wits to begin to get ready for Thanksgiving and Christmas decorating and entertaining!

Barry’s article, Holiday Sparkle, was featured in the Fall 2010 issue of Mark Lipinski’s Christmas 365.  Barry’s latest piece, Naturally Simple; Ways to Decorate with Nature will appear in the Winter 2010 Mark Lipinski’s Christmas 365 which will begin to hit the newsstands across the world on November 4!

Have a holiday design problem? Barry will fix it!

The cover of the Winter 2010 issue of Mark Lipinski’s Christmas 365 (no, that’s not me!)

Call in and chat with Barry Mongeon and me – LIVE – during the show

(877) 864-4869

Why Buy When You Can Barter?


Trade your creative talents for things that you want or need.

Right from the pages of newest issue of  The Professional Quilter, financial writer David Nagle tells you how!

Call in and chat with David Nagle and me – LIVE – during the show

(877) 864-4869


Plastered all over  the pages of America Online this week was a story about Scott Rosenbaum and his uber successful website – where people rent  their friends!

What was Scott’s creative process?  How can you think out of the box and actually make some money and PR for your talents?

Scott will be a guest on Creative Mojo with Mark Lipinski this week, so you can ask him yourself!

Here’s a clip from an AOL screen:

Call in and chat with Scott Rosenbaum and me – LIVE – during the show

(877) 864-4869

Creative Mojo Book

Join our discussion on ROOM by Emma Donoghue on November 11!


All this and more . . .

See you there, cupcakes!  xoxom

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One Comment on “On Creative Mojo, November 3, 2010”

  1. CelticRose
    November 3, 2010 at 9:06 PM #

    Good show Mark. 🙂

    You might want to check out Stitch ‘n Bitch Crochet: The Happy Hooker by Debbie Stoller. I think you’d like her sense of humor. The patterns are a little on the “young” side, but the first half of the book is a crochet tutorial.

    One piece of advice: for your first afghan project, do NOT do an afghan that’s all one piece — do one that’s made up of squares or strips. Beginners usually find that their tension changes as they gain more experience, and a one-piece afghan will end up narrow at one end and wider at the other. Wait until your tension is fairly consistent before tackling a one-piece afghan.


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