Calling for more ideas.

by David Agyei Yeboah

I loved the part which said, "Releasing your subconscious and allowing the ideas to flow."

When you're a writer I strongly think the ideas count a lot. Its based on these ideas that the foundation of your writing grows. Your writing depends on ideas, not to forget powerful and interesting ones to make way for success.

It's very advisable to try different situations to identify your most suitable place for acquiring good ideas. Easing yourself to allow your ideas to flow smoothly is another factor.

I, for instance, have to watch television and imagine what I see to have good ideas and to lead to my short novels.

Simply to cut it short, the success of the story depends on how good the ideas are. I just turned twelve and I know it might seem kind of disrespectful to advise the elderly but I believe the key to success is advice, no matter how small or big.


You are absolutely right when you say that the ideas are most important. A hunt to find ideas for writing can take you to many interesting places.

It pays to be alert to everything around you for ideas, even TV.


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May 02, 2010
by: second draft

i get random ideas for books from anywhere, including TV!!! wow. anyway, I got like 30 ideas... wow this will be awhile before i get them all done and then what if i think of ANOTHER??? gasp, lol

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