Woeful Workshop Wednesday: Imagination

“Some stories are true that never happened.”  ~Elie Weise

Read the characters you love, especially the ones you have a crush on. Read the characters you hate and despise, it will make you a better writer if you can understand them. Play in far off worlds and make magic in others, if not, you might as well pretend.

Possibilities’ slow fuse is lit. It is called “bloomability.” It’s there. Use it. Develop it. Don’t let it sit in the corner and purr!

My alphabet starts with this letter called yuzz. It’s the letter I use to spell yuzz-a-ma-tuzz. You’ll be sort of surprised what there is to be found once you go beyond ‘Z’ and start poking around! ~Dr. Seuss

Who ever said that poking about was dangerous was VERY wrong! In my gingerbread book, it is the best guide for the imagination. Let it tickle your senses until you cannot breathe, just when you are about to suffocate from imagination, begin to write. Fill a page. Continue.  Epiphany will follow. Ah ha! You are a writer.


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4 responses to “Woeful Workshop Wednesday: Imagination

  1. LTM

    thanks, APD! Great pick me up. LOVE the quotes~

  2. Your welcome! I'm always looking for a fresh breeze to keep things going. 😉

  3. Loved the first two quotes. Now if only I can keep the inspiration going… 🙂

  4. I totally understand. When the storm of negativity comes it is difficult to deep it at bay! Press on! Today is one of those days for me. Music helps too.