Using Inspirational Quotes for Writing Prompts?

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."

Miracles happen in moments. Be ready and willing. -Wayne Dyer inspirational quote.

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.

Follow your B.L.I.S.S.

Ronda Del Boccio

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This is but one of many uses for inspirational quotes.

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