Creative Writing Inspiration
This course is filled with creative exercises that will get you to think from a fresh perspective and generate new ideas for your next writing piece!
If you’re struggling to find inspiration, you might be guilty of “believing in magic” when it comes to your writing career.
Companies aren't looking for sheep or for someone to rewrite the same story in a different place. In creative writing the biggest obstacle for writers is to actually write!
Some may have writer's block, but in the end it all boils down to that writer not being inspired creatively for new ideas or motivated to finish their writing piece.
Research indicates that listening to classical is only really beneficial if you actually like that style of music, so listen to something you enjoy that isn’t too novel or distracting. Creating can be a lonely activity, so head to Facebook or Meet Up to find groups in your area that gather regularly to share ideas and inspiration. Sure, you’ll make tons of typos, but you can fix those.
Even small towns have poetry readings, book signings, recitals, and art shows. (Or try this List of 100 technique.) Focus on quantity over quality—you’ll sort out and refine the good ones later. The simple act of chatting with others can get the creative juices flowing.