In which Jane tackles the tricky subject of figuring out unique ways to get your creative juices flowing when you’ve finished a project and need a new direction, hit a literary wall, or are suffering from a bad case of writer’s block. So, if inspiration is eluding you, here are some interesting possible sources for your next greatest writing idea. Or starting point for a free writing session. Or some notes you need to give to your therapist. But I digress.
On dreaming, we learn something interesting: Jane tends to dream in plots. Robynne tends to dream and remember emotions. No one should be surprised by either of those revelations, though. But headlines are a great source of timely, complicated plot points, too. Basically, inspiration is all around us.