by Chloe

Let your imagination go with the flow

Comments by Audrey:
Many writers are blessed with active imaginations. Others are not.

All writers benefit from imaginings no matter how small.

Here are a few ideas to spark your imagination.

1. Ask your self what if as often as you can.
2. When looking for something specific, make lists -- long, long lists. Researches say that the best ideas are often after number fifty on a list.
3. Give yourself time to daydream.
4. Get active. Many problems solve themselves in our unconscious mind, which seems to work well when we aren't trying to make it work.

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