If you’re stuck on how to inspire yourself, then this blog post is a great starting post. Enjoy!
There are so many things on my idea board at any given time. (Now that sounds amazing! No writer’s block ever!) And yet some ideas and impressions slip away, if I don’t act on them soon enough. At the time the creative spark comes to me, it feels like the next best thing to hit the literary world but some time later, the spark turns to ideas that look like hollow shells, with nothing that can fill them up and out.
If that sounds familiar, here are a few things you could do to keep the inspiration to write healthy and strong.
1. Reinforce your mood
A single piece of writing can have a particular mood. A research based article would have you in a rational frame of mind while poetry might see you whimsical and emotional.
If you are writing a hilarious piece, keep the hilarity alive in your…
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