Looking for something to spark your creative juices? Try using inspirational quotes.
I personally don't believe in "writer's block," but I do believe in helping the creative juices flow when needed. I call it "priming the pump."
One way to tickle the writer brain is to begin with something on which to focus. How about trying an inspirational quote? Here's how it works:
Using Inspirational Quotes as Writing Prompts
Note: this works for fiction, nonfiction, or poetry.
1. Find a quote you like, or perhaps select one with which you disagree.
2. Write the quote on your paper or screen.
3. Start writing for 3 minutes, and don't stop. No editing. No proofing. Just write. You can go longer if you want, but a lot of times, all it takes to shake loose your muse is to start writing anything.
4. Go on to your real project.
Sample Inspirational Quote
Here is a sample quote to spark you:
Miracles happen in moments. Be ready and willing.
- Dr. Wayne Dyer
Give it a try and let me know your results.
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