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Authors, musicians and artists aren't always in the mood to work on their craft. Sometimes their mind is like a desert, dry and infertile. Sometimes they need a little help to get inspired, to get into 'the zone.' When I'm all out of creativity, I read. There is something about reading the creativity of another that can be inspirational and motivate you to rediscover your creativity and go back to your masterpiece. David S. Grant shares where he finds inspiration to write.
Where to Find Inspiration to Write? by David S. Grant
Inspiration can come from anywhere at any time, but sometimes we need a little push or refresher on where to look. Here are a few places I find inspiration for my stories.
1. Read books, you may find a topic, scene, or author style you like. It’s okay to be inspired by another author’s style if you make it your own.
2. Where do you live? There are stories around every corner regardless of how urban or rural your area of dwelling may be.
3. Take a trip, it doesn’t have to be far away, get away for a day. I have not had one travel experience that couldn’t be turned into a Fear and Loathing type story.
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David S. Grant is the author of "Blood: The New Red", follow David on Twitter .david_s_grant