WTS=Write the Story! Why? Because it’s fun–rewarding–excruciating–fulfilling–and ultimately cheaper than therapy Happy writing!
Gerald Weinberg talk: Myth of Writer’s Block http://bit.ly/5TCq7A
WTS 60: Stuck on voice? Spend the afternoon in the mall food court. Eavesdrop and take notes on conversations and mannerisms.
WTS 61: Think about where you can fill up with story and character ideas, dialog quirks, plot twists, tidbits of truth to spice up ur story.
WTS 62: Feeling stuck? Need inspiration? Take a creativity nap. Find a cozy spot, a pen & paper, and a story question and drift to answers.
Great article on multitasking and how it impacts your writing from Randy Ingermanson: http://bit.ly/dmHDBR
RT @UpstartCrowLit: Upstart Crow blog: Nudging the Muse http://tinyurl.com/yg4c9rx – where do you get ideas? bloodthirsty elves & more
RT @CynLeitichSmith Brian Yansky on the sensual (v. intellectual) experience of joining characters in their world & how it helps #writing http://bit.ly/aj8lip
Teen quote of the day: "Stop mocking me for a minute." (grin) Really? Must I?
WTS: 63: Sometimes getting stuck on the writing road means you’ve taken a wrong turn. When you can’t push past a block, try a new story!
WTS 64: Can Daydreams-to-order Unlock Your Creativity? I’ve always thought so, and apparently science agrees: http://bit.ly/de4TyL
And finally, your inspirational quote for the next time you need a pick-me-up:
Thomas Edison: “Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.”
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