Tuesday, April 3, 2012
C = Conceive A to Z Challenge
Conceiving new ideas and creating new stories is intriguing for non-writers. Eventually every writer will be asked: Where do you get your ideas?
The short answer is from your mind or imagination. The long answer is that working writers develop a process to produce stories, characters, locations, scenes and situations. Once a writer understands their process to access creative development, implementation of the process may produce work on demand.
Word play, thought play and sporadic ideas can be used regularly through self training to create a regiment or routine to write great stories in a timely fashion. Using a source to produce new ideas can bring a writer from hobbyist to professional in a short period of time.
Inspiration: Write Every Day was designed specifically for writers who were ready to take the next step to moving to a professional level which includes being able to produce quality work regularly.
A to Z Challenge is a great introduction to working on deadline daily. Workshops and other internet sources provide excellent ways to learn what sparks marvelous ideas in each writer's mind.