Have you ever been so absorbed by writing that the world around you faded away? Then you’ll know what I mean when I talk about being ‘in the zone’. It’s thrilling, it’s addictive and, sadly, it’s often elusive—but we CAN make it more likely. Here’s how.
Sometimes the right title pops into your head in a flash of caffeine- and creativity-fuelled insight. If this is you, then you’re one of the lucky ones, my friend. For those times the writing gods aren’t on side, I have just the strategy to turn the tide.
Does your muse feel starved of creativity? Feed it a helping of writing dares! They’re fun, they’re flavourful and they’re packed full of wordy goodness. Bon appétit, dear writer.
Do you find your mind wandering when writing? My guest today, Megan Ray Nichols, has a powerful technique to recommend—and it helps more than just your attention. Take it away, Megan!
If your head is overpopulated by plot bunnies and Shiny New Idea Syndrome is getting the better of you, then it’s time to do something with those story seedlings. I have a few suggestions…