Writer's Block: Where to Get Inspiration From?

Fleur D By Fleur D, 23rd Mar 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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A comprehensive list of ideas of where to go get inspiration to write ideas for articles, poems, short stories, and novels when you no longer can think of any. Ideas are everywhere. So if you are stumped, then here are a few things you can do to get your writing flowing again.

Writer's Block: Where to go to Get Inspiration?

Where I go for inspirations to write articles? Since writers are bound to get writer’s block, I keep a notebook handy, yes, I do. I keep the old paper and pen handy. I prefer this method simply because I write faster than I type. I know life will keep moving on and I won’t always be able to find inspirations all the time. So when I am relaxed and ideas are flowing, I write them down. One day, I will be able to publish one of my many dream ideas and share my desire to help others through the adventures and experiences of my characters. Until that day, here are some ways I get inspirations from.

1. Read articles by other writers
2. Read articles in the newspaper or online.
3. Watching soap operas.
4. Watching TV.
5. Talking to friends.
6. Dreams that you have: write them as soon as you wake.
7. Watching People while out running errands, sitting at the park, or shopping.
8. Write from things you love and your have an abundance of expertise on.
9. Writing book reviews
10. Writing to share ideas with others.
11. Life experiences that were negative, but you made it through.
12. Writing to escape a.k.a. fiction: write about someone else and things you would like to see happen or experience.
13. Capture your emotions on paper = poetry= creative writing.
14. Exciting things that are happening to you.
15. Express an opinion on a particular topic.
16. Reading my Facebook news feed.
17. Reading new books and sharing them through book reviews.
18. Reviewing products I have tried that have worked well or haven’t.
19. Watching my little guy play with his friends.
20. Talking to my husband.
21. The hobbies I have: writing, scrap booking, swimming, organizing things,reading,
and so forth. What do you like to do?
22. History is always so interesting to write about.
23. Biographies of interesting people seldom learned about it school.t
24. Interesting facts I come across in, just through people I talk to.
25. Past Work Experience
26 Brainstorming ideas

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Ideas, Inspiration, Writers Block

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author avatar Fleur D
Domestic engineer, mother, wife, writer, aspiring novelist, over 7 years of experience in education/training, and I enjoy writing online.

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author avatar richardpeeej
24th Mar 2011 (#)

I quite often have writer's block Fleur. There are some good stimulating ideas here. Thank you for sharing this...

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author avatar Mark Gordon Brown
24th Mar 2011 (#)

I frequently have to recharge and take breaks from writing. Good tips for overcoming writers block.

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