Lesley Vos March 31, at Reply Traci Krites March 31, at 7:
You have to go after it with a club. Every writer needs to find inspiration in order to produce inspired writing. And sometimes, it can come from the unlikeliest sources. This is one of my favorites, of course. Aside from this blog, there are dozens of great blogs on writing and every topic under the sun.
I like to read about what works for others — it inspires me to action! Maybe my favorite overall. I read writers I love read about my current loves and then I steal from them, analyze their writing, get inspired by their greatness.
If you normally read just a couple of your favorite authors, try branching out into something different. You just might find new inspiration. I love hearing other people have conversations. If you happen to overhear a snippet of interesting dialog, jot it down in your writing journal as soon as possible.
It can serve as a model or inspiration for later writing. Good for its writing style, its voice, its rhythm and ability to pull you along to the end. These pieces inspire me. And bad magazines, while perhaps not the best models for writing, can still be inspirations for ideas for good blog posts.
Other times I get inspired by the incredible camera work, the way that a face is framed by the camera, the beauty of the landscape captured on film.
Forumers are writing to convey information and ideas. Still, those ideas can be beautiful and inspiring in and of themselves. They can inspire more ideas in you. For the writer aspiring to greater heights, there is no better inspiration that great art, in my experience. Along the same lines, it can be inspiring to download and play great music, from Mozart to Beethoven to the Beatles to Radiohead.
Play it in the background as you write, and allow it to lift you up and move you. Conversations with my friends, in real life, on the phone or via IM, have inspired some of my best posts.
They stir up my ideas, contribute ideas of their own, and they fuse into something even more brilliant than either of us could have created. Whether online or in your community, writing groups are great ways to get energy and motivation for your writing.
My best short stories were done in a writing group in my local college a great place to look for such groups, btwas we read out our work to the group, critiqued them and made suggestions. The work of the other writers inspired me to do better. I like to go to various quote sites to find ideas to spark my writing, turns of phrase that show what can be done with the language, motivation for self-improvement.
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